Prison Yard Festival: music from within

Open Air Concert: String bouquet

Beethoven by moonlight

Open Air Concert: String bouquet

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra “Music from within”

Date & Time

16 Jan 2022 7pm

Location

Prison Yard

Price

$300

Overview

Co-presented by

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In response to the latest regulations made under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance by the Government, the performances of Prison Yard Festival: music from within, originally scheduled on 14 to 23 Jan 2022 will be cancelled. Please refer to below for refund arrangements:

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String bouquet is co-presented with Beare’s Premiere Music Festival. The string-based programme resembles a bouquet of flowers as it has been put together to feature music from string instruments all put together in different combinations. The concert celebrates the violin, viola, and cello from the sleek beauty of the Handel-Halvorsen’s duo to the joyful Tchaikovsky sextet. 

Co-presented with Premiere Performances as part of Beare’s Premiere Music Festival.

This programme is part of Prison Yard Festival: music from within and Premiere Performances’ Beare’s Premiere Music Festival.


Programme

Handel / Halvorsenh │ Passacaglia for Violin and Viola
Dan Zhu (violin), Xin Shi (cello)

Max von Weinzierl │Nachtstück for 4 Violas, Op. 34
Andrew Ling (viola), Born Lau (viola), Ringo Chan (viola), Yat Lee (viola)

York Bowen│ Fantasia for four violas
Andrew Ling (viola), Born Lau (viola), Ringo Chan (viola), Yat Lee (viola)

TchaikovskySouvenirs de Florence, Op. 70
Dan Zhu (violin), Kiann Chow (violin), Born Lau (viola), Ringo Chan (viola), Xin Shi (cello), Eric Yip (cello)



Co-presenter

Premiere Performances 

Premiere Performances brings internationally celebrated musicians and the world’s brightest rising stars to Hong Kong for solo recitals, chamber music and community outreach, building a vibrant local arts scene and inspiring audience members of all ages with performances that are accessible to all. 

For more information, please visit www.pphk.org


Remarks

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