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香港大提琴家協會

Forever Red The Shadow of Your Smile

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Program: Forever Red The Shadow of Your Smile 

Date: 17th March 2013

Time: Sunday 8pm – 10pm

Venue: Backstage Live (1/F, 52-54 Wellington St, Central. Hong Kong) - (map)

Ticket: HK$180 include 1 standard drink

Ticket Reservation at backstage live: (852) 2167 8985 /   這個 E-mail 地址已經被防止灌水惡意程式保護,您需要啟用 Java Script 才能觀看

 

Performer

Cello - Clara Tsang

Keyboard - Bernard Hui

Drums - Almond Yeung

Bass - Wong Tak Chung

 

Song

Caspar Cassado Suite for Cello Solo

Huguet Y Tagell Flamenco 

And

Jazz Selections

 

Presenter: Backstage Live 

Co-presenter: Hong Kong Cellist Society, Cello Factory

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Forever Red Project

Red is energizing.  It excites the emotions and motivates us to take action.

It is a pioneering spirit and leadership quality.  It signifies a passion that music evokes in every one of us, packed with emotions ranging from passionate, intense love, to anger and violence.

The Forever Red Project headed by our resident cellist Clara Tsang draws together different musicians in collaboration where the only goal is to spark a catalytic reaction of music explosion.  Established and emerging artists work together, and every three months, we bring to stage a new and exciting fusion of different styles of music, a vivid and colourful collaboration amongst musicians and artists.

 

Cello - Clara Tsang
Clara Tsang graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Music (Cello Performance). She studied under different cellists, including Richard Bamping and Ray Wang, and attended master classes of Timothy Landuer, Gerhard lberer and Martin Menking. She also learnt from Orlando Cole, Bion Tsang, Thomas Gossenbacher, Artem Konstantinov and Ariel Barnes. She was invited to join the Pacific Music Festival (2005 ) in Japan major with conductors Jun Märkl and Nello Santi. In 2012 she was invited by The Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific in Canada and played under the baton of Arthur Arnold. In 2008 she gave her first cello recital. She has participated in numerous music videos, live shows and CD recordings for pop singers and music groups of different genres. In 2011 Clara joined Pony Leung at the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival. Her passion in bringing music to as many people as possible has led her to establish Hong Kong Cellist Society in 2004, which comprised of an annual Hong Kong Cello Festival, Young Musicians Performance Program (YMPP), Cappuccino Moment and Forever Red Project.  

Keyboard – Bernard Hui
Bernard Hui is an energetic and experienced crossover pianist and music educator in Hong Kong for more than twenty years. His performance covers a wide range of styles, from Classical to contemporary Jazz bebop. Bernard graduated from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), majored in piano performance, pipe organ performance and electronic music. Thereafter, he dug deep into keyboard improvisation pedagogy and jazz piano. With strong enthusiasm and passion, Bernard founded Aleatory Jazz Ensemble with his fellow jazz artists in 1996 , aiming to promote keyboard improvisation and jazz music in the local culture.

Drums – Almond Yeung
Almond Yeung is a professional drummer. Almond started his musical training under the tutelage of musicians Mr. Simon Chui and Mr. Paul Lui. Then he studied drum set under renowned Australian musician Mr. Andrew Gander and local musician Mr. Anthony Fernandes. Currently, Almond is the drummer of several Jazz bands in Hong Kong included Young Cats Quartet, and a large ensemble Shaolin Fez which is led by a group of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra players, and they performed Clockenflap Music Festival in December 2012.

Bass – Wong Tak Chung

Wong Tak-Chung is a young jazz bassist, who has been playing for over 10 years. He is experienced in jazz music performing with different musicians and groups. He was performed in the Taiwan Jazz Festival 2009, Beishan World Music Festival 2011 and Beishan International Jazz Festival 2011.

 

 

Program inquiry: (852) 2728 7906

Website: www.hkcellistsociety.org.hk

Facebook: 

http://www.facebook.com/HongKongCellistSociety

http://www.facebook.com/cellofactory 

http://www.facebook.com/ClaraTsangFung

Deep Autumn 深秋 9th December 2012 (SUN 8:30PM)

Hong Kong Cellist Society Chamber Concert Series

"Deep Autumn" on 9th December 2012  (SUN 8:30PM)

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Hong Kong Cultural Center 7/F Backstage CR2

香港文化中心7樓CR2 (音樂廳後台入口)

Ticket Free seating 不設劃位 : HKD 150 ( HKD 120* Discount ticket for Hong Kong Cellist Society members and full time students)

Program 節目

Gene de Paul You don’t know what love is 

Victor Young Beautiful Love

A. Piazzolla Oblivion 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic

E. Granados Intermezzo from Goyescas 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic

P. Tchaikovsky Nocturnes Op.19 no. 4 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic

E. Bloch Prayer from Jewish Life 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic

C.Franck Cello Sonata in A Major 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic 35-Mind-Numbing-YouTube-Facts-Figures-and-Statistics-Infographic

Cello- Clara Tsang 曾鳳

Clara Tsang graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in Music (Cello Performance). She studied under different cellists, including Richard Bamping and Ray Wang, and attended master classes of Timothy Landuer, Gerhard lberer and Martin Menking. She also learnt from Orlando Cole, Bion Tsang, Thomas Gossenbacher, Artem Konstantinov and Ariel Barnes. During her study period, she was already actively involved with a variety of musical projects, including working with choreographer and dancer Mui Cheuk-yin. As a CASH composer, she collaborated with different artists and musicians, such as Jim Tsim Shui-Man. In 2000, Clara made a recording of Lalo’s concerto with RTHK. She has performed with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, the New Philharmonic of Hong Kong, the Pan-Asia Symphony Orchestra, and the Macau Chamber Orchestra. She has played with the Hong Kong Chamber Orchestra as the principle cellist.

 She was invited to join the Pacific Music Festival (2005 ) in major cities such as TokyoNagoyaOsaka, and Sapporo, with conductors Jun Märkl and Nello Santi. In 2012 she was invited by The Symphony Orchestra Academy of the Pacific in Canada and played under the baton of Arthur Arnold. In 2008 she gave her first cello recital.

 She has participated in numerous music videos, live shows and CD recordings for pop singers and music groups of different genres. In 2011 Clara joined Pony Leung at the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival. Her passion in bringing music to as many people as possible has led her to establish Hong Kong Cellist Society in 2004, which comprised of an annual Hong Kong Cello Festival, Young Musicians Performance Program (YMPP) and Cappuccino Moment. She believes that everyone should have an opportunity to understand and benefit from classical music, and this conviction drives her in the pursuit of finding more ways to connect classical musicians with our society.

Piano- BERNARD HUI許彬融 

Bernard Hui is an energetic and experienced crossover pianist and music educator in Hong Kong for more than twenty years. He graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) and Chinese Mission Seminary respectively. He acquired a Bachelor of Music (Honor), a Professional Diploma and a Master of Divinity. Studying at HKAPA, he majored in piano performance, pipe organ performance and electronic music. Over the years, his improvisation skill has gained applauding feedback.

 As a performer of gracious artistic spirit, Bernard is active and vibrant on stage. He has given performance in many different places ranging from the Cultural Centre, City Halls of different districts and HKAPA. He also performed with different local choirs and orchestras. In 2003, he was invited by the renowned conductor Yip Wing-sie to be the organ soloist for the inauguration of the Guangzhou Symphony Orchestra inGuangzhou. The year after, he was honored again to play as the organ soloist for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s concert “The Wonderful World of Reeds”. His marvelous and distinguished performing style and talent has acquired public recognition.

 With strong enthusiasm and passion, Bernard founded Aleatory Jazz Ensemble with his fellow jazz artists in 1996 with a heart for promoting keyboard improvisation and jazz music in the local culture. His jazz band has given live shows held at many different venues in Hong Kong with impressive performance since its establishment. In addition to Bernard’s playing, he also gives speech on church music in different churches in an effort to uplift the quality of church music in worships. Currently, Bernard is a lecturer at both the Hong Kong International Institute of Music and Chinese Mission Seminary.

*Discount ticket for Hong Kong Cellist Society members and full time students.

Ticket Reservation 訂票:
Ticket available now at Hong Kong Cellist Society
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Payment method:
HK Cellist Society Center 親身購買: By EPS / CASH
By Bank 銀行轉賬: HSBC "808-807671-001" (Bank slip copy sent to HKCS for confirmation)

TEL 訂票電話: (852) 2728 7906
EMAIL 訂票電郵:  這個 E-mail 地址已經被防止灌水惡意程式保護,您需要啟用 Java Script 才能觀看
WEBSITE 節目網址: www.hkcellistsociety.org.hk

ADDRESS 購票地址: Room 905-6, Celebrity Commercial Centre, 64 Castle Peak Road, Sham Shui Po, KLN, HK

Hong Kong Cellist Society Presents 香港大提琴家協會主辦

Co-Presented by Cello Factory Limited. 香港專業大提琴學院合辦

 
 
 

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