EVENTS


Free Admission for all the events.


Concerts

A violin-piano recital presented by P'ng Tean Hwa & Goh Chia-Chien

Featuring the works of Fauré and Debussy.

9 June 2016, 8.00pm
Le Quadri Ballroom, Kuala Lumpur Campus (North Wing)


A piano solo recital presented by Tan Siok Lian

Featuring the works of Mozart and Brahms.

9 June 2016, 9.00pm
Le Quadri Ballroom, Kuala Lumpur Campus (North Wing)


A piano lecture-recital presented by Lucas Wong on "Mostly Debussy III: Humor in Late Debussy"
10 June 2016, 8.00pm
Le Quadri Ballroom, Kuala Lumpur Campus (North Wing)

"Mostly Debussy" is a series of piano lecture-recitals that leads up to year 2018 to mark the 100th anniversary of Claude Debussy's death. In this 3rd event, Lucas Wong, assistant professor of piano in Soochow University School of Music, will be promoting a humorous side of Debussy to the full. While tracing the brand of humour in the composer's late period, Lucas will also uncover hidden treasures from a lesser-known composer in the name of Emmanuel Chabrier. Three of Debussy's Twelve Studies will be juxtaposed with the works by Chabrier.


A piano solo recital presented by Akira Imai

Featuring the works of Mozart and Schubert.

10 June 2016, 9.00pm
Le Quadri Ballroom, Kuala Lumpur Campus (North Wing)


Seminars & Masterclasses

A seminar presented by Mr. Loo Bang Hean on "Deciphering Baroque Scores: An Introduction"
10 June 2016, 10.00am
Recital Hall, 3rd Floor, Block C, Kuala Lumpur Campus (South Wing)

Baroque scores come empty of performance directions, so how we as interpreters to figure out and make many decisions based on what we see on the score?

A voice-piano masterclass presented by Asst. Prof. Dr. Lucas Wong
10 June 2016, 11.30am
Recital Hall, 3rd Floor, Block C, Kuala Lumpur Campus (South Wing)


A seminar presented by Dr. Oh Yann Shie on "An Introduction To The Russian School Of Playing"
10 June 2016, 2.00pm
Recital Hall, 3rd Floor, Block C, Kuala Lumpur Campus (South Wing)

From Rachmaninov to Horowitz and Richter, Russia has produced a unanimous line of legends in the world of piano playing. What is the secret behind this? Was there a secret in the first place? Let us take a short stroll back in time to the Land of Tsars, Poets and Vodka, the influence of "The Silver Age" and Revolutions that transformed art the way it is for Russia.

A piano masterclass presented by Prof. Dr. Peter Amstutz
10 June 2016, 3.30pm
Recital Hall, 3rd Floor, Block C, Kuala Lumpur Campus (South Wing)



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