Postponed until further notice
The Chinese Whispers™️ Choir 回音壁合唱团
The Chinese Whispers™️ is the Confucius Institute’s award-winning project (Higher Education Academy – Collaborative Award for Teaching Excellence 2016).
The project aimed at:
* developing an understanding of language learning through music
* defining an innovative pedagogic approach focused on mindful listening
* sharpening transferable skills
* embedding internationalisation within a music curriculum
* exploring new ways to reach out beyond disciplinary and sector boundaries
* increasing student employability
It started as a collaborative project involving academics from two disciplines (music and languages), diverse cultural backgrounds, various professions (choir master, composers, music conductors, teacher trainers and technicians), and different stages of the educational journey (students, teachers, lecturers and professors). It is now extended to include schools as well as other musicians and linguists outside the academic community.
If you are interested in joining the project please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Major music events –
10 February 2020 The Chinese Whispers™️ Choir Launch Event
29 April 2020 The Chinese Whispers™️ Concert 4
The Confucius Institute at the University of Hull is pleased to host a major free musical event, the Chinese Whispers™️ Concert 4, on Wednesday 29 April 2020, at 18:30 (doors open at 18:00), in the Middleton Hall.
FREE tickets available on Eventbrite: https://bit.ly/2PULQAk
Chinese Whispers™️ is a distinctive, creative project which seeks to teach Chinese language through the medium of music and song. The concert will feature a variety of musical performances, as well as performances by a number of choirs composed of non-Chinese speakers trained by the Institute to sing in Chinese.
The Confucius Institute at the University of Hull has been highly successful during its first four years, and the concert will showcase the results of the Institute’s innovative work in the teaching of Chinese in both the University and the community.
The concert is free. All are welcome to come and enjoy this hour of Chinese music. Please reserve your places now to avoid disappointment.
Please note that there are only 4 spaces available for wheelchair users. If you require one of the spaces, please message us when booking your tickets.
If you have any questions, please contact the Confucius Institute for further details.