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Chesky's The Mice War Children's Opera Sells Out in Asia

April 13, 2009 | By Pamaluc Music
New York composer David Chesky’s The Mice War, an opera for children with the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan, has sold out every performance. The orchestra plans to extend the run and tour the opera in Asia. The Mice War is a humorous tale of mice and cheese that simultaneously teaches children about the absurdity of war and exposes them to classical music.

In addition, the National Symphony Orchestra premiered Chesky’s The New York Variations. This work is a homage to many of the great New York composers such as Bernstein, Copland, and Gershwin.

David Chesky is currently the composer in residence for the National Symphony Orchestra of Taiwan and will continue to hold the position for the next two years.

For more information, please contact: pamalucmusic@gmail.com

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