UpClose Encounters:

Chamber Music & Dialogue with

David Kadouch

Piano/Presenter David Kadouch
Violin Luu Cheuk-yin Clement *
Violin Le Hoai-nam
Viola Chan Tsz-shun Elvis
Cello Chang Pei-chieh
 

Programme

Satie

Gymnopédie No 1

Debussy

Clair de Lune

Debussy

Préludes, Book 1: Ce qu’a Vu le Vent d’Ouest#

Ravel

Gaspard de la Nuit: Ondine#

Franck

Piano Quintet in F minor


*Guest performer

#Please note that the programme has been changed from Satie’s Gnossienne No 2 to
Debussy’s Préludes, Book 1: Ce qu’a Vu le Vent d’Ouest & Ravel’s Gaspard de la Nuit: Ondine

 

French pianist David Kadouch has collaborated with many leading orchestras and conductors, and has appeared at such festivals as Verbier, Klavier-Festival Ruhr and La Roque d’Anthéron. He also performs chamber music with acclaimed musicians including Michel Dalberto, Radovan Vlatković, Renaud and Gautier Capuçon, among others. In this concert, Kadouch will perform chamber and solo works written by four French composers of different styles, and share his musical insights with the audience. Come take a seat on stage, and enjoy an evening of French music in a uniquely UpClose setting.

 

David Kadouch (Piano)

  • International Classical Music Awards 2011
  • Verbier Festival Prix d’Honneur 2009

“An artist of distinct individuality.”
New York Concert Review

“Kadouch is a name for the piano world to remember.”
Westdeutsche Allgemeine Zeitung

“Expressive, spontaneous-sounding music with astonishing maturity and insight.”
General-Anzeiger

 

Booking Details
Dates & Times:

7 September 2017 (Thursday)

7:30pm


Venue:


HK City Hall Concert Hall

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Price:


$300 (Audience seated ON STAGE)


Tickets available at all URBTIX outlets from 8.7.2017
Ticketing Enquiries & Bookings:2111 5999
URBTIX Internet Ticketing Service:www.URBTIX.hk



Concessionary and group ticket discounts are not available for this series

Duration: Approximately 1 hour with no intermission
Language: In English
Age Limit: 6 (Person below this age not admitted)
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / info@hksinfonietta.org
Remarks: Hong Kong Sinfonietta reserves the right to change the programme and artists

The APPRECIATE concerts are, mainly, classical concerts featuring guest artists and conductors of world renown.  Apart from performing orchestral masterpieces, Hong Kong Sinfonietta regularly commissions new works and introduces to audiences works that are rarely heard in Hong Kong.

Music is good for everyone! The LEARN series takes audiences aged 0 to 88 into the world of classical music through specially designed concert series including Good Music for Babies, Good Music for Kids, Short-cut to Classical Music, Know Your Classical Music and HKS McDull Music Project.

In the light-hearted RELAX concerts, Hong Kong Sinfonietta shares with audiences great music ranging from orchestral favourites to music from movies and musicals.

The ENCOUNTER series offers unique opportunities for audiences to get close to the music and the performers through chamber music concerts, talks, often at unconventional venues or time. These include Good Music This Lunch, Good Music @ The Fringe, Beyond Good Music @ The Fringe, HKS ArtisTree Residency and UpClose Encounters.

Often referred to as “one of the world’s great small orchestras”, Hong Kong Sinfonietta has been invited to go on many TOURS in Europe, Asia, South and North Americas, sharing good music with audiences in over 30 cities.  In 2017/2018, the orchestra will make its début in Germany and perform at festivals in France, Portugal, as well as the Beethoven Easter Festival in Poland.

WHAT ELSE?  Apart from classical concerts, Hong Kong Sinfonietta regularly appears in staged productions by Hong Kong Ballet, Opera Hong Kong and visiting arts groups such as The Royal Ballet, American Ballet Theatre, Bolshoi Ballet and Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch. This season, Hong Kong Sinfonietta will also host the 1st International Conducting Competition.

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