HK Phil x Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series

HK Phil x Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series

Performing Arts Programme

Beethoven Encounter! (String Quartet with Horns)

Performing Arts Programme

Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)

Performing Arts Programme

Summer Nights in the Americas (Woodwind Quintet)

Performing Arts Programme

The Soldier and the Nightingale (Mixed Ensemble)

Performing Arts Programme
Time
7:30pm-9:30pm Timetable
Location
JC Cube Map
Price
Adult $200; Full-time student and senior persons, and people with disabilities and their minders $150
Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)

General

Programme Postponement Notice

The programme “HK Phil × Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series: Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)” to be held on 17 Feb, 7:30pm has been postponed to 9 June, 7:30pm at the same venue. Ticket holders should present their original concert tickets to gain admission on 9 June.

For ticketing enquiries, please contact the HK Phil Ticketing Office on or before 16 March at 2721 0132 / 2721 2332 or ticketing@hkphil.org (Office hours: Mon to Fri 10am – 12:30pm/2pm – 6pm, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays)

Thank you for your understanding.


The combination of piano and winds is comparatively rare in the chamber music repertoire. Composers for this ensemble choose between the flute or oboe as the highest wind instrument with the clarinet, bassoon and horn completing the mix. Mozart is well known for his fascination with the clarinet, a newcomer into the orchestra in the latter part of the eighteenth-century. Beethoven was profoundly influenced by Mozart, and the coupling of these two works in this programme mark the admiration of the young composer.

PROGRAMME

Mozart Quintet for Piano & Winds in E-flat, K. 452
Beethoven Piano Sonata in C-sharp minor, op. 27 no. 2, Moonlight
Beethoven Quintet for Piano & Winds in E-flat, op. 16

PERFORMERS

Michael Wilson, oboe
Andrew Simon, clarinet
Benjamin Moermond, bassoon
Lin Jiang, horn
Warren Lee, piano

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