London Chinese Children’s Ensemble Inaugural Concert – Bringing Together Local Communities

The London Chinese Children’s Ensemble (“LCCE”) will be holding its inaugural public concert in central London.

They will be performing a one-hour programme at St John’s Church, Waterloo from 16:30 to 17:30 on 19 August.

The newly formed LCCE is an enthusiastic and energetic group of young people aiming to bring music and fun to local communities in London. Led by our award-winning Artistic Director, Ms. Terrie Tai, this exciting programme will include music of varying genres, styles and languages performed by our children’s choir and our young and talented instrumentalists. This concert is also the culmination of an intensive two-week long training that combines both singing and instrumental playing.

LCCE was set up by a group of music enthusiasts based in London who are proud of both our ethnic Chinese roots and being part of the Western culture and traditions, to promote singing and instrument playing among children in our communities, as well as celebrate the distinctive yet connected music cultures from both the UK and China. The LCCE is a not-for-profit organisation, being inclusive of all ethnicities and all our staff work on a voluntary basis.

The LCCE is keen to talk to people who share our passion and enthusiasm, and are willing to work with us to better our local communities through music and the arts.

Entry for this concert is free. A brief description can be found on the official website of St John’s Waterloo. We strongly encourage booking free tickets at Eventbrite to avoid disappointment.

Christina Li, one of the founders of LCCE, said: “The London Chinese Children’s Ensemble has been set up to enhance communication and collaboration between schools, families and communities across London and we aim to play a meaningful role in bridging the UK and those with Chinese roots through music and arts education. Our first concert marks an important event in bringing people together and forging strong ties within local communities.”

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