by Florrie Lin
Oxford University Queen’s College Choir from United Kingdom has been invited to perform at the MCU 60th Anniversary Cocktail Party on March 25, with a subsequent concert tour in Taiwan, to allow more people in Taiwan to enjoy their delightful sound.
Oxford University Queen’s College Choir is a world-renowned choir, one of the most acclaimed university choirs in the U.K. This year, Principal Conductor, Owen Rees, leads 25 members on a premiere concert tour in Taiwan. Professor Owen Rees has been teaching at Oxford University since 1997 and plays an important role in Oxford University as a senior academic researcher, music director and conductor.
Oxford University Queen’s College Choir has been invited by Ming Chuan University to perform in Taiwan for the first time, which is very meaningful to MCU. Through this, Ming Chuan not only achieves the goal of exchange with a top-tier academic group, but also has invited Professor Owen Rees to lecture as an Invited Professor at MCU to launch academic exchange between our respective institutions. Oxford University Queen’s College Choir will perform at Xinzhuang Culture and Arts Center on March 23, in MCU 60th Anniversary Cocktail Party on Taoyuan Campus on March 25 and at Zhongli Auditorium on March 29.