|Piano||Colleen Lee (HKS Artist Associate 2010-2011)|
Sonata for Piano & Violin No 1 in D, Op 12 No 1
Sonata for Violin & Piano No 1 in F minor, Op 80
Octet in E-flat, Op 20
Violin: Dmitry Sitkovetsky, James Cuddeford, Kim In-sun, Le Hoai-nam
Dimitry Sitkovetsky (Violin)
“A velvety cantabile…which never seems to stop ‘singing’.”The Strad
“A magical reading.”The Strad
“He made his violin sing with profound emotion and prodigious technique.”Star Tribune
“Intensity and precision constituted a potent pair of qualities, which, allied with his finely focused tone, resulted in a totally convincing and indeed moving musical experience.”Seen and Heard International
“He plays the music with a lovely tone that never coarsens, not even in the fastest passagework or wickedest double-stops, and his virtuosity is very impressive.”Classics Today
- Celebrated globally as a violinist, conductor, creator, transcriber, and facilitator – and holds an undisputed and venerable position in musical society as a giant personality and educator
- Has performed with the world’s leading orchestras – including the Berlin Philharmonic, Chicago Symphony, Cleveland, LA Philharmonic, Leipzig Gewandhaus, New York Philharmonic, NHK Symphony, and Philadelphia, amongst others
- His recording collaborators to date include such orchestras as the London Symphony, Philharmonia, and Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, working with such legendary maestros as Colin Davis, Mariss Jansons, Neville Marriner, and Yehudi Menuhin
Colleen Lee (Piano)
- 6th Prize, International Fryderyk Chopin Piano Competition 2005
- 1st Prize, the Third International Seiler Piano Competition 2003
- Has performed with London Symphony Orchestra and Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, etc
- Has been featured at festivals including the International Chopin Festival in Poland, Assisi International Piano Festival in Italy, Pianoforte-Festival Meissen in Germany and International Keyboard Festival in New York
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