Awards & Winners

Orchid Ensemble The Orchid Ensemble is a Canadian musical ensemble formed in 1997 in Vancouver. It is led by Lan Tung from Taiwan on erhu, with Yu-Chen Wang from Taiwan on guzheng and Jonathan Bernard from Canada on various percussion instruments. Former guzheng players include Haiqiong Deng, Mei Han and Bei Bei He. The trio combines musical traditions from China and elsewhere, and its repertoire ranges from the traditional and contemporary music of China, world music, new music and creative improvisation. Active in North America, the ensemble gives close to one hundred performances every year, including music festivals, community concerts, primary and secondary school presentations, and university and college residencies. In the United States they have performed at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Smithsonian Institution, the Detroit Institute of Arts and at Benaroya Hall for the Seattle Symphony Society. Canadian performances included Ottawa's National Arts Centre, Canada Day Celebrations, Harbourfront Centre, Vancouver Jazz, Folk and Children's festivals, National Arts Gallery, National Library of Canada, Ottawa Chamber Music Festival, Jazz Festival,and Folk Festival, Sunfest, Halifax’s JazzEast, and Montreal’s Centre Pierre Péladeau.

Awards by Orchid Ensemble

Check all the awards nominated and won by Orchid Ensemble.


Independent Music Award for Best Song - Eclectic
Honored for : Dancing Moon

Nominations 2013 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Independent Music Award for Best Album - World Traditional Life Death Tears Dreams
Independent Music Award for Best Song - Eclectic Dancing Moon


Nominations 2005 »

Award Nominated Nominated Work
Juno Award for World Music Album of the Year Road to Kashgar