Jockey Club Keys to Music Education Programme – HKPhil Lunchtime Chamber Music Concert @ Tai Kwun

Jockey Club Keys to Music Education Programme – HKPhil Lunchtime Chamber Music Concert @ Tai Kwun

Date & Time

15 Mar - 7 Jun, 2021 15.03, 12.04, 17.05, 07.06.2021│12:45pm–1:45pm

Location

Laundry Steps

Price

Free of charge

General

Organised by
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Want to take a break and enjoy some music during lunchtime but not sure where to go?

The HK Phil will be performing lunchtime chamber music concerts at Tai Kwun. With performances and introductions from the HK Phil musicians, these free concerts are ideal for relaxing, freeing up your mind and learning more about music and the instruments of the orchestra. So just come and enjoy—and feel free to bring your friend as well!

15 March (Monday) │Cello Quartet

The performance will be performed by HK Phil musicians, Dora Lam, Chan Ngat Chau, Anna Kwan Ton-an and Tae-mi Song. Dora Lam is currently the Assistant Principal Cello.

Programme
MOZART   The Marriage of Figaro Overture
Julius KLENGEL
  Theme and Variations, for four cellos, op. 28
Marsha SHAPIRO   Point Counterpoint
BACH (arr. HAMPTON)   Cello Suite no. 6: Sarabande
BACH (arr. CHERNIAVSKY)   Orchestral Suite no. 3: Air on a G String
DVOŘÁK (arr. PEJTSIK)   Humoresque, no. 7
SAINT-SAËNS (arr. HUGHES)    The Carnival of the Animals: The Swan
Georg GOLTERMANN 
 Religioso for four cellos
DEBUSSY   Children’s Corner: Golliwog’s Cake Walk
PIAZZOLLA   Libertango

12 April (Monday) │Trombone Quartet

The performance will be performed by HK Phil musicians, Jarod Vermette, Kevin Thompson, Christian Goldsmith, and Aaron Albert. Jarod is currently the Principal Trombone.

Details to be announced later.

17 May (Monday) │Clarinet Trio

Details to be announced later.

7 June (Monday) │String Quintet

Details to be announced later.

Each concert lasts around an hour.

The above content is provided by The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.

Tai Kwun will adhere to the latest health and safety regulations and enforce social distancing measures.


Biography

The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) is regarded as one of the leading orchestras in Asia. With a vision to inspire audience through the finest music-making, the HK Phil annual schedule focuses on the symphonic repertoire, with conductors and soloists from all over the world. The HK Phil runs an extensive education and outreach programme across Hong Kong, reaching out to more than 40,000 audience memberses each season. In order to reach out to all walks of life, the HK Phil stage concerts and activities with innovative ideas, bringing the enjoyment of listening to music to everyone.