Or an original score for last year's popular hit Bamboo, based on traditional Chinese tunes, played in the pit by the Melody of China and conducted by the choreographer, Michael Lowe?
What does MOC stand for?
MOC stands for Melody of China (music ensemble; San Francisco, CA)
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ASIAN AMERICAN JAZZ 2000: SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Tickets can be purchased in advance by calling (415) 379-8879 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2000 8:00 PM Oakland Asian Cultural Center, 388 9th Street (at Webster), Oakland Tickets: $15 Asian Art Museum members / $17 advance purchase / $22 at the door Asian Crisis featuring Jason Jong, John Kim, Meena Makhijani, Francis Lacsamana, Art Hirahara, Leon Lee, and Jeff Chan Jon Jang in collaboration with Melody of China, featuring new works by Jon Jang and Hong Wang, artistic director of Melody of China Mark Izu and Circle of Fire featuring Zakir Hussain, Suenobu Togi, Shonosuke Okura, Hafez Modirzadeh and Anthony Brown.
Accompanied by the Chinese music ensemble Melody of China, Bamboo featured the company in five sections: "Leaves," "Stalk," "Squabbling Ducks," "Ribbon," and "New Year.