Lord Buddha’s birth is a time of great happiness for many around the world. With the easing of restrictions, we wish to magnify this joyous occasion through the celebration of
Lord Buddha’s birth is a time of great happiness for many around the world. With the easing of restrictions, we wish to magnify this joyous occasion through the celebration of song, music and movement from diverse cultures.
The Hsing Yun Education Foundation, in its very first official collaboration with the Australia-China Institute for Arts and Culture (ACIAC) at Western Sydney University, is proud to present a unique and uplifting concert featuring some of the finest artists from Sydney and Greater NSW.
The impressive line-up includes Sydney Conservatorium’s Chinese Music Ensemble and young classical virtuosos from the Rising Stars program, Dr Lulu Liu with the Australian Pipa Association, critically-acclaimed sopranos Shirin Majd and Carina Li, composers Dr Terumi Narushima (University of Wollongong) and Dr Nicholas Ng (ACIAC), and many more.
This multicultural event abides by one of the central precepts of Humanistic Buddhism—that of inclusivity and universal acceptance regardless of gender, race, creed, and class.
Hosted by Andy Trieu from SBS, we hope that this performance brings light, love and peace into the hearts of everyone present while instilling a sense of hope for the future.