Since its formation, Silk Girls Ensemble has successfully performed at Conrad Jupiters Moon Cake Festivals, Queensland Parliament House, Louis Vuitton Brisbane Shop, Brisbane Queen Street Mall, Brisbane Chinatown Mall and Mt Tambourine Community Hall, as well as many other places. The performances were warmly acclaimed by the audience and local residents.
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13 November, Griffith University - Tourism Confucius Institute
Silk Ensemble performed Chinese harp, Bamboo flute and vertical Bamboo flute for staffs and visitors at Griffith University - Tourism Confucius Institute.
30 October, Traders Hotel 6pm
Silk Ensemble performed traditional Chinese music for the hotel guests at a special function organised by Traders Hotel.
8 September, Moon Festival Celebration at Queensland University of Technology
To celebrate Chinese Moon Festival, Silk Ensemble performed traditional and modern Chinese music at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Garden Point Campus.
13 February, Griffith University - Tourism Confucius Institute
Silk Ensemble shall perform traditional classical Chinese music at Griffith University - Tourism Confucius Institute's Chinese New Year celebration on 13 February.
11 February, NAB Lunar New Year Banquet
To celebrate Chinese New Year, NAB will host a banquet in "King of King" at Chinatown Mall on 11 February and invited Silk Ensemble to perform for the guests.
7 February, "Hot Shanghai Night" in Brisbane
BrisAsia Festival is going to held "Hot Shanghai Night" at Burnett Lane in Brisbane themed in 1940's Shanghai street style. Silk Ensemble has been arranged to perform in the evening.
24 October, QUT Kevin Grove Campus, 3 - 5pm
Silk Ensemble performed at Kevin Grove Campus, the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) from 3 to 5 pm to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Confucius Institute.
30 September, Stamford Plaza Brisbane Ballroom, 7pm
To celebrate China National Day and Moon Festival, Silk Ensemble was engaged to perform traditional and modern Chinese music at an official reception held by the Consulate-General of People's Republic of China in Brisbane in Stamford Plaza Brisbane Grant Ballroom on 30 September from 7pm.
27 September, Moon Festival Celebration, QUT Garden Point Campus at Kidney Lawn
Silk Ensemble performed at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) Garden Point Campus to celebrate Moon Festival, at Kidney Lawn on 27 September between 4.20 - 5pm.
23 August, Hilton Brisbane Grand Ballroom, "2013 China Tourism Night"
Engaged by China National Tourist Office Sydney, ACCCA provided entertainment for "2013 China Tourism Night" at Hilton Brisbane Grand Ballroom on 23 Aug from 6pm to 9pm, including modern and traditional Chinese music by Silk Ensemble, solo and magic.
23 February, Conrad Jupiters Chinese New Year Celebration, Gold Cost
Invited by Echo Entertainment Group, Silk Ensemble represented colourful Chinese music at a Chinese New Year Gala Dinner, organised by Echo Entertainment at Conrad Jupiters in Gold Coast.
2 October, Chinese Moon Festival Celebration, QUT Garden Point Campus
To celebrate Chinese Moon Festival, Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform at QUT Garden Point Campus and received great acclaim by staffs and students.
28 September, Chinese Moon Festival Celebration, QUT Kevin Grove Campus
In coming of Chinese Moon Festival, QUT Confucius Institute at QUT Kevin Grove Campus held a very special event to celebrate and engaged Silk Girls Ensemble to perform traditional Chinese music for its academic staffs traditional Chinese instruments.
5 June, Gold Coast
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform at a Shopping Mall in Gold Coast.
21 March, Sunnybank State School
Silk Girls Ensemble show case to students at Sunnybank State School.
2 March, Gala Dinner, Sofitel Hotel
Silk Girls Ensemble performed at a Gala Dinner at Sofitel Hotel with over 250 guests.
30 September, QUT Confucius Institute
Arranged by QUT Confucius Institute, Silk Girls Ensemble performed modern and traditional Chinese music for staffs and students at QUT Kevin Grove Campus.
29 May, Courier Mail Media Interview
On 29 May, Courier Mail journalist and photographer had an interview with key Silk Girls Ensemble musicians for its special Multicultural Editorial story.
30 April, New Ground Festival at Griffith University Logan Compus
Silk Girls Ensemble has been invited to perform at New Ground Festival in Logan Compus of Griffith University on 30 April starting from 3.20pm.
29 April, Hilton Brisbane, Australia China Beyond Tomorrow Brisbane Launch
At its Brisbane Launch of Australia China Beyond Tomorrow in Hilton Brisbane on 29 April, Silk Girls Ensemble performed traditional Chinese music to welcome the guests while they are arriving.
12 February, Bundaberg Multiculture Festival and Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform Chinese music at Bundaberg Multicultural Festival and Chinese New Year Celebration at the Bundaberg Showgrounds on 12 February.
8 February, 8-10pm, Sunnypark Shopping Mall
Silk Girls Ensemble performed at Sunnypark Shopping Mall in Sunnybank area from 8pm to 10pm to celebrate Chinese New Year.
6 February, 3.30-4pm, Brisbane Chinatown Mall Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Girls Ensemble was performing at Brisbane Chinatown Mall on 6 February from 3.30 to 4pm to celebrate Chinese New Year.
29 January, Cairns Chinese New Year Festival
Again, Silk Girls Ensemble has been invited by Cains City Council flying to Cairns to participate Cairns Chinese New Year Festival celebration and will perform Chinese live music at the festival.
19 Oct, Brisbane City Council Free Lunchtime Concert, Tabernacle Baptist Church, 163 Wickham Tce
After successful Chinese Music Concert in Bribane City Hall in Feb 2009, Brisbane City Council again arranged Silk Girls Ensemble performing traditional and modern Chinese music on 19 October from 12.00-1.00pm at Tabernacle Baptist Church on 19 Oct free for Brisbane residents and the concert was warmly welcomed by couple of hundred audiences.
1 Oct, Confucius Institiute, QUT, Kevin Grove Campus
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform classic Chinese music on 1 October at Confucius Institute, Queensland University of Technology for academic researchers, teachers and students who are study Chinese history and culture. The show was highly appreciated by staffs and students at Confucius Institute.
4 & 5, 11 & 12, 18 & 19, 25 & 26 June, Thyme2 Restaurant
From 6 - 9.00pm, Silk Girls Ensemble again performed publicly in Thyme2 Restaurant, Sofitel Hotel at 249 Turbot St Brisbane CBD. It attracted few hundred Hotel guests to enjoy such lovely Chinese music each evening.
13 March, 1.30pm QPAC Cascade Court
As part of Brisbane Melting Pot 2010 series concert program hosted by Brisbane Multicultural Arts Centre (BEMAC) and Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), Silk Girls Ensemble held a special concert to perform traditional and modern Chinese music on 13 March at QPAC Cascade Court. Around few hundred audiences attended the concert and appreciated the show very much.
24 February, Brisbane Landmark Restaurant, ANZ Bank Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform traditional and modern Chinese music at ANZ Bank Chinese New Year Celebration Function at Landmark Restaurant in Brisbane.
23 February, Brisbane Landmark Restaurant, Westpac Bank Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Girls Ensemble had been invited by Westpac Bank to perform traditional and modern Chinese music at Westpac Bank Chinese New Year Celebration Function at Landmark Restaurant in Brisbane.
19 & 20, 26 & 27 February, Thyme2 Restaurant
From 6 - 9.00pm, Silk Girls Ensemble performed publicly in Thyme2 Restaurant, Sofitel Hotel at 249 Turbot St Brisbane CBD. It attracted few hundred Hotel guests to enjoy such lovely Chinese music each evening.
19 February, Landmark Restaurant, National Australia Bank Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Girls Ensemble performed Chinese music at National Australia Bank Chinese New Year Celebration Function in Brisbane Landmark Restaurant.
18 February, Sebel Citygate Hotel Brisbane, Chongqing-Brisbane Friendship City 5th Anniversary Celebration Function
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited by Chongqing Government to perform at the Chongqing-Brisbane Friendship City 5th Anniversary Celelbration Function in Sebel Citygate Hotel Brisbane. The performance was highly aclaimed by about 500 guests attending the function.
13 February, Cairns Chinese New Year Festival
During 2010 Chinese New Year celebration period, Silk Girls Ensemble was invited by Cains City Council flying to Cairns to participate Cairns Chinese New Year Festival. The ensemble performed three concerts at the festival for thousands of local residents. It was the first time for most of local participants to learn Chinese live music performed with traditional Chinese instruments, who appreciated the music so much and warmly invited Silk Girls Ensemble coming back again in the future.
1 Dec, 12pm, Brisbane Hilton Hotel
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited by Griffith University Asian Institute to perform at its Australia - China Relationship Forum in Hilton Hotel.
1 Dec, 12pm, Queensland Club
At a luncheon event to celebrate 150 Anniversary of Queensland and 60 Anniversary of People's Republic of China, organised by the Queensland Government, Silk Girls Ensemble performed traditional and modern Chinese music for the guests.
14 November, Queensland Parliament House
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform at 150 Anniversary of Queensland celebration function.
3 July, 8.00pm, Brisbane Chinatown
As invited by Australian Medial Students'Association (AMSA), Silk Girls Ensemble performed two special events for all representatives of AMSA Global Health Conference Brisbane 2009 in Chinatown.
4 June, 6.30pm, "Sounds of Australia" Charity Concert at Powerhouse
Again, Silk Girls Ensemble joined with other local artists to hold "Sounds of Australia" charity concert at Powerhouse Visy Auditorium to raise the funds for Vitoria fire and Queensland flood disasters. The cncert started from 6.30pm and continued to 10.30pm with warm applause from couple of hundred audiences. The all income of the evening has been given to Queensland Red Cross.
2 June, Griffith University Asian Institute
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to demonstrate Chinese classical music to a visiting international delegation at Asian Institute of Griffith University.
9 April, 8.00 - 9.00pm, VAC Radio Live Music
Silk Girls Ensemble successfully conducted a live music at VAC Radio AM1656 from 8.00pm to 9.00pm on programme Entertaiment 60 Minutes. It was the first time for Silk Girls Ensemble to perform live music on radio that was greatly acclaimed by listeners.
24 March, 11.00am - 1.00pm, Griffith University
Once again, Silk Girls Ensemble performed traditional and modern Chinese music at Asian Affairs in Griffith University Nathan Compus that was warmly welcomed by uni students and staffs.
23 March, 7.15 - 9.00pm, Griffith University
Silk Girls Ensemble was requested to perform at Multi-Faith Centre National Homoney Day Celebration Evening at Griffith University. It was a great celebration and all attendees enjoyed Chinese music very much.
13 March, 6.30pm, Charity Performance for fund raising
Silk Girls Ensemble provided charity show at Singapore Busienss Council fund raising function for Victoria bushfire and Queensland flood disaster. The function raised over $15000 fund for Chum Creek State School to rebuild their computer lab.
17 Feb 12.30-1.30pm, Chinese New Year Concert at Brisbane City Hall
Arranged by Brisbane City Council, Silk Girls Ensemble successfully held the Chinese New Year Concert at Brisbane City Hall Main Auditorium to celebrate the Year of Ox. During one hour performance, the girls continuously performed classic and modern Chinese and western music without break. The performance received continuous thunderous applause from over 800 audiences. After the concert, the all audiences standed up and acclaimed to the girls for their fantastic music with warm and long time claps.
7 Feb, Bundaberg City Chinese New Year Celebration
After successfully presentation at Bundaberg Chinese New Year Celebration in 2008, once again, Silk Girls Ensembel was invited to perform at Bundaberg Regional Council Chinese New Year Celebration in 2009 on 7 Feb. From late afternoon to the evening, the girls performed three separate sessions to local residents and attracted over 2000 audiences in total. After performance, many audiences came to the girls to congratulate for their wonderful playing and requested the girls come back again in 2010!
4 Feb, 6.30pm, Westpac Chinese New Year Celebration
Silk Grils Ensemble performed lovely music at Westpac Bank Chinese New Year Celebration Dinner Function in Shangri-La Chinese Restaurant.
27 September 3.30pm - 5.00pm, Nerang Gold Coast
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited by local community in Nerang, Gold Coast to perform Chinese music for a community celebration. The Girls also presented on a wedding ceremony that was warmly welcomed by the guests.
14 September 3.00pm, Brisbane Queen Street Mall
Once again, Silk Girls Ensemble presented a special show at Brisbane Queen Street Mall to celebrate Chinese Moon Festival together with Brisbane residents.
14 September 10.45am, Chinatown Mall
For this year's Chinese Moon Festival Celebration at Brisbane Chinatown Mall, Silk Girls Ensemble presented lovely music to few hundred visitors and won warm applause of audience.
18 August 11.30am - 1.30pm, Griffith University
At Beijing Olympic Day celebration hold by Griffith University in its Nathan Campus, Silk Girls Ensemble performed Chinese music for university staffs and students. After the show, many students came onto the stage to chat with the Girls and indicated great interests to Chinese music and instruments.
8 August 8.00 - 10pm, Queensland Art Gallery
On the day of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, the Sponsor of Beijing Olympic Games, BHP-Billiton held a special function to celebrate Beijing Olympic Games Opening day. Silk Girls Ensemble was specially invited to present for distinguished guests.
1 August 11.00pm, Coorparoo State School
Silk Girls Ensemble successfully demonstrated Chinese music at Coorparoo State School for over 70 Grade 7 students, who are studying China and learning some knowledge of Chinese culture, particularly Chinese music and arts. To provide students opportunity to touch real Chinese music, Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to demonstrate for the students. In one hour period of demonstration, the Girls performed some traditional and modem Chinese music with introduction to music backgrounds and explanation to the sense reflected by music. Then the Girls demonstrated playing methods and skills on individual instruments of Pipa (Chinese guitar), Guzheng (Chinese harp) and Bamboo flute to students. At the end, some students were invited to practice on those instruments. It is the first time in Australia to bring live Chinese music into school music education, which achieved great success. The school teachers and students were satisfied very much for this specific music class.
23 July 7.00pm, Gold Coast Sofitel Hotel Ball Room
At Schering Plough Pharmaceutical Company Gala Function, Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform Chinese music for about 200 guests and received great acclaims by audience.
24 June, 7.00pm, Gold Coast Conrad Jupiters Ball Room
On 24 June 2008, Merck Sharp & Dohme - the largest prescription pharmaceutical company in Australia held a special MSD Gala Evening with full of Chinese mysterious. Silk Girls Ensemble was also arranged to play some ancient Chinese music that made the function even more attractive.
19 June, 6.00pm - 8.30pm, State Library of Queensland
Westpac held a Networking Function at the State Library of Queensland in South Brisbane on 19 June 2008. ACCCA provided Lion Dance and Chinese music for this oriental culture function. Particularly, the traditional and modern Chinese music performed by Silk Girls Ensemble made the function very colorful.
13 June, 11.00am, Charity Performance at Blue Care Centre
Once again, Silk Girls Ensemble provided a charity show to aged people at the Blue Care Mt Gravatt Centre for over one hour. The girls performance with love deeply moved all aged people who attended the show.
1 June, 2.30pm, Charity Concert for Victims at the Wenchuan Earthquake
To express our heartfelt condolences to victims at the Wenchuan Earthquake in China, Silk Girls Ensemble participated the Charity Concert organised by Brisbane Chinese community at the MacGregor State School in Brisbane.
24 May 7.50pm, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre
On 24 May 2008, Zig Zag Foundation organised the 2008 Brisbane BMW Charity Ball at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre to raise the founds to help sick, under privileged and at risk children. Silk Girls Ensemble was specifically invited to perform at the Ball. The girls performance was warmly welcomed by the guests who are mostly the first time to listen live Chinese music.
10 May, 11am - 5pm, South Bank
On 20th Anniversary Celebration of Brisbane Expo1988, organised by the Queensland Government, Silk Girls Ensemble, along with many other distinguished artists performed in Piazza at South Bank Parkland for 6 hours to around ten thousand audiences. Each time during the show, the Girls performance was interrupted by audiences for few times with warm applause. Particularly, when the Girls played Waltzing Matilda at the end of the performance, all audiences excitingly cheered, sang and applauded along with the music.
4 May 2.30pm, South Bank
The Silk Girls Ensemble performed at the Buddha Birth Day Festival in South Bank Parkland, Brisbane. The show received warm applause by over thoudand audiences.
29 - 30 March, Maryborough - Hervey Bay
Silk Girls Ensemble was specifically invited to the Fraser Coast Cultural Festival, and performed at Brolga Theatre in Maryborough, at Mariners Cove Central Stage and Fraser Island Stage in Hervey Bay for over 5000 audiences together. With colorful costumes, beautiful faces and marvelous music, the Girls are the most welcomed stars in the festival, attracting many people coming to the Girls, saying hellos, taking photos and presenting flowers and gifts. The festival is unforgettable to the Girls.
12 February, MacGregor State School
To celebrate Chinese New Year, Silk Girls Ensemble specially performed for over thousand students at the MacGregor State School.
9 February, Bundaberg Lions Park
Invited by Bundaberg City Council, Silk Girls Ensemble attended Bundaberg Chinese New Year Festival on 9 February and specially performed at the festival. The Girls performance lasted from later afternoon to the evening and attracted about over thousand Bundaberg residents. Local newspaper - News Mail and Channel 7 reported the festival and gave a very significant praise to the Silk Girls Ensemble.
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8 February, Brisbane Chinatown Mall
At Brisbane's Chinese New Year celebration, Silk Girls Ensemble performed at Brisbane Chinatown Mall on 8 February afternoon to couple of hundred visitors. It was a highlight of Chinese New Year celebration programme in Chinatown.
8 February, Special Event: Talented Children Music Group
At Brisbane Chinatown Mall on 8 February evening, ACCCA specially organised a group of talented Children to perform combination of Chinese and western music with traditional Chinese instruments and western instruments. The talented Children's performance was highly acclaimed by audience.
7 February, Gold Coast Oasis Shopping Mall
In the evening of Chinese New Year Day, Silk Girls Ensemble performed at Gold Coast Oasis Shopping Mall. After the show, the Girls has been requested by Oasis Shopping Mall Management to come again for a special event.
7 February, Brisbane Queen Street Mall
On Chinese New Year Day 7 February, Silk Girls Ensemble performed at Queen Street Mall again from 12.00 to 1.15pm. The show was warmly welcomed by audience and immediately received feedback by E-Mail from Mr Phil Spyve:
"I have just spent the last hour listening to the silk girls ensemble in the Queen street mall. I just wanted to congratulate them on an outstanding performance. I heard the music playing as I was walking up the mall and was instantly attracted to it. I really enjoyed the music, it was colourful, light and I really felt relaxed just listening. Thankyou. Do they have a CD for sale? I will keep an eye on your website as to upcoming events as I would LOVE to see them perform again."
On 5 December 2007, the Silk Girls Ensemble successfully performed at the Queensland Conservatorium Theatre for over 500 audiences. This is the first time for the Girls to publicly perform at a professional theatre. The show was well acclaimed by the audiences and their lovely songs and music received great applause and cheers.
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to perform at 2007 Queensland Multicultural Festival on 14 October in Roma Street Parkland on Ceremonial Music Stage. In 35 minutes performance, the Girls performed 8 pieces of Chinese music including “Jasmine Flower”, “Youth Dancing”, “A Smile on the Sea”, “Happy New Spring”. The performance was warmly clapped by over 200 Queenslanders participating the festival. Particularly the Girls’ singing accompanying with their music was greatly acclaimed by the audience. It is the first time for a Chinese music band to perform at the Queensland Multicultural Festival.
At the Australian Chinese General Chamber of Business organised the 58th China National Day Celebration in Sofitel Hotel Brisbane, the Silk Girls Ensemble were invited to perform for 400 guests. At the night, the girls changed the style from traditional Chinese costumes to modern girls’ dressing and played delighted and cheerful music of “Peach Flower Blossom”, “Crossing the River”, “Spring is coming”, etc., displayed their youthful vigour and yearning for bright future.
At the Reception of the 58th Anniversary of the People’s Republic of China by the Chinese General Consulate in Brisbane at the Queensland Parliament House, the Silk Girls Ensemble specifically provided two hours programme of classical Chinese music for the Reception. The Girls were dressed in traditional colourful Chinese costumes and played the Chinese music of “Fishing Junk”, “Bamboo Melody”, “Step-up”, “Harvest Drum”, “Colourful Cloud Catching the Moon” and “Youth Dancing” etc. Over 300 VIP guests attended the reception and were surprised by the music and the Girls very much. During the reception, there are many guests taking photos along with the Girls in performance.
ACCCA again provided entertainment programme for Conrad Jupiters Moon Cake Festival in Gold Coast on 24 September. The Silk Girls Ensemble in special Chinese costumes performed their lovely music for 350 guests at the Moon Cake Festival. With colourful changing lights and multi-media images, the Girls, beautiful and sweet, played the music of “A Smile on the Sea”, “Playing with Plum Blossom”, “Hope”, “Jasmine Flower” and “The Night with Flower and Moon”, in accompany with their lovely voice that overwhelmed the audience in the evening. At the end of show, the guests yelled to the Girls and requested for more music. “It’s really on fire!” The guests described the show in the evening.
In the evening of 22 September, the Silk Girls Ensemble performed on the Chinatown Mall for VIP guests, pedestrians and visitors to celebrate the Chinese Moon Festival. Their music of “Radiant”, “Happy New Spring”, and “Bullfighter” were warmly welcomed by all audience.
On 17 August, the Silk Girls Ensemble provided a charity show to aged people at the Blue Care Mt Gravatt Centre for one and half hours. All aged people in the centre attended the show and enjoyed such wonderful music very much. They all wished the Girls can come back in not long.
The Silk Girls Ensemble performed at the 10th Anniversary Celebration of Hong Kong Return to China, organised by the Queensland Hong Kong Association.
The Silk Girls Ensemble performed at a dinner reception for international guests of the Brisbane International Tourist Fair, hosted by Toga Hospitality Group in its Medina Hotel Brisbane.
Silk Girls Ensemble made its first public show in Brisbane Queen Street Mall on 14 April 2007. During two hours period of the performance, the Girls played traditional and modern Chinese music, including “Golden Snake Dance”, “General’s Song”, “Ambush on all Sides”, “Crossing the River”, “Peach Flowers Blossom” etc. The show achieved great success and was warmly acclaimed by several hundred of audience.
Silk Girls Ensemble was invited to attend a wedding ceremony in Mt Tambourine on 3 March 2007 and performed for the guests in the afternoon. In the evening, the Girls were warmly invited to perform at the Mt Tambourine Community Hall. It was the Ensemble’s first performance since setting up the group. The Girls’ performance was greatly welcomed by the local residents.
Requested by Louis Vuitton Brisbane Shop, ACCCA organised Chinese music performance for its Moon Festival sales promotion. The music attracted many guests into the shop and created very good effects.
Contracted by Conrad Jupiters, ACCCA planned and organised a special entertainment programme for Conrad Jupiters Moon Cake Festival in Gold Coast on 3 October. In the evening, ACCCA entertainers performed Chinese music, Chinese Kung-fu, male and female solo and duet, Chinese painting and calligraphy, as well as Jazz Music for about 400 guests. The show was great success, and the evening was pretty warm and very exciting.
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