For each concert there is an index on the left. From left to right within the index, the columns are Floor #, Price, Seats Remaining and Match number. Sorry about the long links as I cannot hid them completely because of the "]" characters within the actual links.
As of now there are 183 seats remaining for April 9, 528 seats remaining for April 13 and 699 seats remaining for April 14.
With 5 more days to go until the start of the Taiwan tour, tickets for the April 9th concert is approaching sell-out. As of now 70 seats remaining for April 9th, 287 seats remaining for April 13th and 396 seats remaining for April 14th.
The photo and the Jhide Hall are not exactly next to each other. By reading the street name off the FB page, I was able to find that exact spot on Google Map. The two places are about 1 km apart. For your reference Libby, it would be like the same distance between the Space Needle and Lake Union.
Wow, that's great you made a comparison with something familiar to me.
I didn't mean I thought Sweet as Honey was the Nightengale one, I just meant I wish she would sing it (not that I get to hear it anyway). I had to listen to it after thinking of it, and I was reminded of what a nice, catchy song it is. I could listen to it every day!
And reminded of how much I'd love to have a Hayley Sings Taiwanese/Chinese songs album!
I always like Sweet as Honey better then Flowers in Rainy Night. By the end of this month Hayley would have sung 6 or 7 Chinese songs, enough for half an album. She is expected to sing a couple of new Chinese songs at Beijing. It would be nice to have a Chinese album like HSJS. If she does have one I wonder if she will sing the songs in Chinese or in English. As far as I know she didn't translate any Chinese songs, unlike HSJS.
Well, I'm used to hearing them in Chinese/Taiwanese, so I'd love them to be in those languages, at least the ones we're familiar with. However, if she wants to translate them, that's fine, too! I'll take what I can get!
Yes, the Honey song is really good, I don't think I can say I like the others better; maybe I like them all equally!
Taipei, April 8 (CNA) New Zealand cross-over soprano Hayley Westenra said Monday that she is thrilled to visit Taiwan again and looks forward to her upcoming performances here.
The 25-year-old pop and classical singer, who is on her seventh visit to Taiwan, said it is "so, so wonderful" to be back in the country, at a press conference in Taipei.
Westenra is scheduled to perform in Taipei, Tainan and Kaohsiung on April 9, 13 and 14, respectively, singing well-known songs and ballads in English, Japanese, Mandarin and Taiwanese.
At the concert in Tainan's historic Eternal Golden Castle, the audience will be able to see the historic castle gate and flowers decorating the castle, said Niu Hsiao-hua, head of the organizing Management of New Arts.
"I think this is going to be a beautiful backdrop for the audience and for me as a performer," Westenra said. "I think it's going to be a really magical evening."
In addition to "Amazing Grace," one of the best-loved parts of her repertoire, she will also sing the Japanese song "Nada Sou Sou" and various Taiwanese ballads, including "The Moon Represents My Heart" and "Flower in the Rainy Night."
She will also perform Taiwanese singer-songwriter Deserts Chang's "Baby," which she said she heard on an Internet radio station and instantly fell in love with.
Westerna will perform accompanied by her own band and the Evergreen Symphony Orchestra. Her concert in Taipei will be held at the National Concert Hall and the one in Kaohsiung will take place at Jhihde Hall.
Reading this article....and the song mentioned...Desert Chang....Baby....i found it on You Tube.... I can understand that Hayley will sing this song, and fell in love with it..........Lovely and i really hope to hear Hayley's version in the near future...maybe on a forthcoming album.