Chamber project Day OFF/Folga Gaang
Thank you for visiting this site.
For the picnickers who don't already know, my name is Njo Kong Kie.
Why Music Picnic? Well, I like what the name suggests:
whether it is casual or formal, a picnic is always eclectic, joyful, whimsical, romantic, intimate and delicious -
key ingredients to a great picnicking experience.
Come picnic with us!
Recent news (Summer 2016):
Mr. Shi and his lover has just completed a great run at the SummerWorks Performance Festival in Toronto. We look forward to present the show again in 2017/18.
We also did a great workshop in June of Marjorie Chan’s play The year of the cello which requires fair a bit of solo cello music.
Hannah Moscovitch’s Infinity returns to the Tarragon theatre in Toronto in 2017.
It will be touring to the National Arts Centre as well among other cities in Ontario.
The solo violin music for this production will be played again live by Andrea Tyniec.
After having toured Taiwan and Portugal last year,
we are planning fall tours for the concert theatre piece Picnic in the cemetery.
Photos by Joel Slonetsky and Ao Ieong Mike.
Thanks for visiting!