2020
亞太管樂節
團隊資訊

 

Teams from various countries bring wonderful performances!

Japan, Australia, China, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Philippines, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau…

Tainan Symphonic Band

Tainan Symphonic Band Founded in 2004, Tainan Symphonic Band ever hosted the 15th APBDA wind band festival in 2008 with Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government and was highly valued by almost 100 music groups who were invited in this festival.
 Over the past 13 years, Tainan Symphonic Band has made its way toward the top performance arts group in the country. The symphonic band is led by Director-General of Cultural Affairs Bureau, Mr. Yeh, Tse-Shan officially with the aid of Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Wang, Hsiu-Tien. Under the instruction of artistic director Mr. Wu, Cheng-Che, resident conductor Mr. Lu, Shou-Jen and Mr. Huang, Yao-Te, Tainan Symphonic Band delivers popular and relaxing band music to the locals regularly.

Macau Youth Symphonic Band (YSB)

The Macau Band Directors Association (MBDA) founded the Macau Youth Symphonic Band (YSB) in 1997. The band aims to provide opportunities to local young musicians to have proper music training. Its members include wind band players from local schools, higher education students, and enthusiasts. They play an active role to promote wind music in Macau.
 Soon after its establishment, Macau YSB participated in the Chiayi City International Band Festival in Taiwan. The band has also performed in the Macau Band Fair, and the Asia Pacific Band Festival held in different cities.
 In June 2004, the band performed “Hands Across the Sea”, composed by John Philip Sousa, with the Eastman Wind Ensemble (USA) conducted by Mr. Mark Davis Scatterday.
 In August 2006, the band was very well received in the opening concert of the 14th Asia Pacific Band Festival held by MBDA.
 In May 2010, the band went to Shanghai to participate in the “Olympic Fanfare” series activities, in which it won the Gold Medal from the 4th Non-Professional Outstanding Band Showcase. The band was also invited to perform in the Expo Park.
 In July 2011, the band was invited to perform in the “Asian Day Concert” of the International Band Festival held by the city government of Chiayi, Taiwan as an outreach program of WASBE conference. At the same time, the band also went to Tainan to have exchange concerts with wind bands of National University of Tainan and Southern Illinois University of USA.
 In July 2013, the band traveled to Thailand and had exchange concerts with the bands of Mahidol University and Kasetsart University.
 In August 2014, the band participated in the 18th Asia Pacific Band Directors’ Association Conference in Jeju, Korea.

Kaohsiung Citizens Wind Band

Kaohsiung Citizens Wind Band was founded in 2005 by some undergraduates who love music and hope to spread the joy of music at first time. Through every concert, our band has got more reputation and attracted people to join who are interested in learning wind instrument and eager for performance.
 Until now, every single year, we have held many concerts, not only in Kaohsiung, but also in Taipei or other county as well as The APBDA in Hong Kong and Korea.
 Although the members have gone through countless hardships, they still hold the passion for music and practice it regularly.
 They work very hard to improve their skills in music and performance for the purpose of fulfilling their own ideal and providing the most authentic, passionate and active music to share with people who love music as well.

Da Ciao Junior High School Concert Band

Da Ciao Junior High School Concert Band (DCJH) which started in 2005, belongs to Bureau of Education of Tainan. It aims to promote education and provide students multiple learning environments. Since DCJH Concert Band began, its performance has been improving. It provides a channel to people who are interested in music and want to explore more about themselves. In addition, the members have good behavior and outstanding performance in their schoolwork. It’s one of the features of DCJH.
 The concert band has won first prize for many times in the annual Student Music Competition of Tainan since 2007. They have also represented Tainan City to participate in the National Student Music Competition and gained the excellent award. Moreover, the concert band has won the distinguished honor award in the final of the Student Music Competition of Taiwan for three years in succession since 2015.
 In addition, the band has planned a series of concerts since 2007 to promote the level of playing the wind instruments in the area. Its playing is full of energy, enthusiasm, and creativity. The members present various styles of music and new pieces of work in every concert. In the past ten years, the concert band collaborated with other schools and organizations. Its performance is always commendable.

Tainan Symphonic Band

Tainan Symphonic Band Founded in 2004, Tainan Symphonic Band ever hosted the 15th APBDA wind band festival in 2008 with Cultural Affairs Bureau of Tainan City Government and was highly valued by almost 100 music groups who were invited in this festival.
 Over the past 13 years, Tainan Symphonic Band has made its way toward the top performance arts group in the country. The symphonic band is led by Director-General of Cultural Affairs Bureau, Mr. Yeh, Tse-Shan officially with the aid of Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Wang, Hsiu-Tien. Under the instruction of artistic director Mr. Wu, Cheng-Che, resident conductor Mr. Lu, Shou-Jen and Mr. Huang, Yao-Te, Tainan Symphonic Band delivers popular and relaxing band music to the locals regularly.

Macau Youth Symphonic Band (YSB)

The Macau Band Directors Association (MBDA) founded the Macau Youth Symphonic Band (YSB) in 1997. The band aims to provide opportunities to local young musicians to have proper music training. Its members include wind band players from local schools, higher education students, and enthusiasts. They play an active role to promote wind music in Macau.
 Soon after its establishment, Macau YSB participated in the Chiayi City International Band Festival in Taiwan. The band has also performed in the Macau Band Fair, and the Asia Pacific Band Festival held in different cities.
 In June 2004, the band performed “Hands Across the Sea”, composed by John Philip Sousa, with the Eastman Wind Ensemble (USA) conducted by Mr. Mark Davis Scatterday.
 In August 2006, the band was very well received in the opening concert of the 14th Asia Pacific Band Festival held by MBDA.
 In May 2010, the band went to Shanghai to participate in the “Olympic Fanfare” series activities, in which it won the Gold Medal from the 4th Non-Professional Outstanding Band Showcase. The band was also invited to perform in the Expo Park.
 In July 2011, the band was invited to perform in the “Asian Day Concert” of the International Band Festival held by the city government of Chiayi, Taiwan as an outreach program of WASBE conference. At the same time, the band also went to Tainan to have exchange concerts with wind bands of National University of Tainan and Southern Illinois University of USA.
 In July 2013, the band traveled to Thailand and had exchange concerts with the bands of Mahidol University and Kasetsart University.
 In August 2014, the band participated in the 18th Asia Pacific Band Directors’ Association Conference in Jeju, Korea.