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Get ready for Red Chamber

Red Chamber is led by Mei Han. - COURTESY OF ECC
Red Chamber is led by Mei Han.
— image credit: COURTESY OF ECC

What is Red Chamber?

You can find out this Sunday when the fast and furious string ensemble makes its Coquitlam debut at Evergreen Cultural Centre’s Studio Theatre.

Red Chamber features four virtuosic performers who have collectively become an innovative powerhouse in the international music scene, with concert tours from Europe’s top halls to Asia’s premiere international festivals.

The Canadian group takes its inspiration from the rare traditional Chinese “plucked string” repertoire to perform a program embracing string band music spanning centuries, a host of world cultures and a variety of musical genres.

• Red Chamber performs Feb. 3 at 7:30 p.m. at ECC. Tickets cost $15/$25/$30. Call 604-927-6555 or buy online. Red Chamber can also be found on MySpace, Facebook and at www.Mei-Han.com/redchamber.html.

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