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     2014 Shanghai Spring International Music Festival will be held in Shanghai's Yangpu District from May 1, 2014 - May 3, 2009. Activities are divided into four sections: Opening Parade, Gala (pipe music into the camp area, into the campus, into the community, into the park, into the business district, into the suburbs, into the plaza). There will be approximately 80 teams participating with a total number of about 4500 people.

   Introduction of the Yum Kwang Marching Band
Yum Kwang Marching Band has been established in November, 1982, by Dr. Jeong Yeol Kim who is also known as the founder of the Yum Kwang School grounded on evangelical and educational purposes. Over the past 20 years with the school motto “Kind and Talented People” and the Christian identity to become the light and salt of this world, Yum Kwang Marching band has accomplished a tradition of brilliance.


  Now in its 23rd season, the award-winning Toronto Youth Wind Orchestra (TYWO) has earned a reputation nationwide as one of the leading performance ensembles of its kind in Canada, boasting collaborations with renowned composers such as Johan De Meij and Eric Whitacre, as well a host of internationally-acclaimed guest artists including trumpeter Jens Lindemann and the United States Army Herald Trumpets. In 2006, TYWO became the first Canadian youth wind ensemble to perform at Carnegie Hall, an honour it was invited to repeat in 2011 in celebration of its 20th anniversary. TYWO provides positive, life-enhancing experiences for young Toronto musicians through the study and performance of wind band literature.
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