音乐总监，作曲与指挥 张祥雨（David Zhang)
多伦多东西方乐团 音乐总监天舒艺术团 艺术总监
美国华盛顿国际交响乐团 团长 音乐总监兼指挥
David Zhang (1942) is a Chinese－Canadian Composer and Conductor, A graduate of Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Mr. Zhang specialized in trombone and tuba with additional training in composition. He had been the principal tuba of Shanghai Symphony Orchestra for 18 years. His choral symphony Towards the Future was premiered in 2012 and received subsequent performances across North America. It was well-received by both music community and audience. To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in 2015, Mr. Zhang spent two years on his second choral symphony Ode to Peace. has eight movements with a duration of more than seventy minutes. It was premiered on August 15, 2015, at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center at the University of Maryland to great claim. It was performed in September at Shanghai Oriental Art Center Concert Hall. Mr. Zhang works not only penetrate the boundaries of Eastern and Western styles but also pay tribute to modernism. A prime example is his Concerto for Contralto and Orchestra wrote in 2012 which embodies both vocalize and concerto. Mr. Zhang is composing a new work dedicated to Canadas 150th Anniversary in 2017. He is a Composer of Canada music Centre at present.
Dr. Wade Ligang Yang
Dr. Wade Ligang Yang worked nearly 20 years as an environmental engineer. Dr. Yang works with Re/Max Imperial Realty Inc., Brokerage, also a manager of Dr.s Branch. He runs Yang Eco-Living Tech Limited (YELT) in the construction-related fields too.
He has a Bachelors degree in Chemistry, a Postgraduate certificate in Physical Chemistry, a Masters degree in Political Economics, and a Ph.D. degree in Environmental Economics.
Dr. Yang actively supports non-profit organizations, manages Canadian Chinese Environment Association (CCEA) and East West Orchestra and Choir (EWOC).
Dr. Yang published "The Footprint of a Realtor", which embodies his experiences in the last three decades, especially the past decade as an immigrant, as well as ideas engaged in independent research, and his best wishes for a multi-cultural society and sustainable development.