Red Snow Collective Benefit Spring Concert

In celebration of Asian Heritage month, Small World Music presents Asian Music Series featuring a benefit concert for Red Snow Collective

Thursday May 30 | 8:00pm (doors open at 7:30)
Silent auction prior to the concert and a reception following the concert

The benefit Concert for Red Snow Collective opens with storytelling by Diana Tso with the Chinese classic, Legend of Lady White Snake , in celebration of 2013′s lunar year of the snake. The concert launches the Music for Red Snow CD celebrating Red Snow’s 2012 productions with special guest performer Red Snow’s music composer, Alice Ho, on grand piano, Patty Chan on erhu, Miriam Sue on guzheng and many more fantastic Canadian artists.

Tickets are $30 each. More ticket information here

Inspired by the stories of survivors of the Rape of Nanking, the production marks the 75th anniversary of this forgotten holocaust of WWII. RED SNOW is a story of love and the struggle to reconcile the past with the present in the search for peace and healing.  Isabel’s recurring nightmare of her grandparents’ favorite Chinese opera drives her to search for their silenced story. On her journey she falls in love with Jason, a man who is connected to the same forgotten holocaust. Their love unleashes three generations of guilt and pain perpetuated by a massacre still denied by the perpetrators today. When their lives collide they struggle to reconcile the past with the present – for themselves and their families, shaken from their lifelong silence by Isabel’s pilgrimage to uncover the secrets of her grandmother’s history … and her own.

For more information on the Red Snow Collective project, please visit their main website