Recitals

Recital Series 2021

Joyce DiDonato, Miloš Karadaglić, Sheku Kanneh-Mason and more 

26 April 2021 (Monday) - 29 November 2021 (Mon) Duration:
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Premiere Performances of Hong Kong
Recital Series 2021

We are thrilled to announce our Recital Series 2021, with world-class superstar artists including

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Hong Kong Debut
Camille Thomas: Midnight in Paris

[Thomas] produces a sound I can only liken to drinking hot chocolate: delicious, warming, full of flavour. You know at once you are in safe hands.”  Gramophone

Gramophone Artist Camille Thomas makes her Hong Kong debut with a lyrical repertoire of Debussy, Chopin and more.

Programme
DEBUSSY Clair de lune
DEBUSSY Sonata
DEBUSSY La plus que lente
CHOPIN Introduction et Polonaise brillante
and more

26 April, 2021 (Mon)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


Joyce DiDonato
Photo: Parlophone Records Ltd

Joyce DiDonato: Songplay

Songplay was awarded Grammy Award “Best Classical Vocal Solo Album” (2020)“This …deserves to be heard by anyone who admires exceptional singing and instrumental craftsmanship, whether in opera, jazz or popular music.” Daily Mail on Joyce DiDonato’s Songplay

The singer who “compels us to listen actively, to hear things anew” (Gramophone) turns her profuse talents to Songplay, a unique programme fusing great songs from early Baroque to American Classics, scanning from “pure classical” to “improvised jazz” versions.  Joyce DiDonato seamlessly moves in and out of various genres and rhythms within individual pieces, drawing unexpected and serendipitous connections across centuries and genres.

Programme includes ‘jazzed-up’ vocal classics Caro Mio Ben, Amarilli, mia bella, Nel cor piu mio non sento and more.

17 May 2021 (Mon)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

 


Jerusalem Quartet
Photo: Felix Broede

Jerusalem Quartet: All Beethoven

An absolute triumph. Their playing has everything you could possibly wish for” BBC Music MagazinePassion, precision, warmth, a gold blend: these are the trademarks of this excellent Israeli string quartet.” The Times

Programme
BEETHOVEN
String Quartet No. 2 in G major, Op. 18 No. 2
String Quartet No. 8 in E minor, Op. 59 No. 2
String Quartet No. 13 in B-flat major, Op. 130 with Grosse Fuge , Op. 133

31 May 2021 (Mon)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


Photo: Julien Mignot (Sony Classical)

David Greilsammer: Scarlatti / Cage

One of the most accomplished and adventurous musicians of his generation”
The New York Times

David Greilsammer brings his acclaimed solo recital programme “Scarlatti/Cage” to Hong Kong! Greilsammer alternates between two pianos, playing the traditional Baroque Scarlatti Sonatas on one and the minimalistic avant-garde John Cage Sonatas on the other, in a truly ground-breaking showcase of Greilsammer’s range and virtuosity. Join us and experience Scarlatti and Cage like never before!

Programme
SCARLATTI Sonata in D minor, K. 213
CAGE Sonata XIV & XV “Gemini”
SCARLATTI Sonata in D minor, K. 141
CAGE Sonata XIII
and more

5 Sep 2021 (Sun)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


Sheku Kanneh-Mason
Photo: Jake Turney

Hong Kong Debuts
Sheku Kanneh-Mason, cello
Isata Kanneh-Mason, piano

Kanneh-Mason is a player who makes you tune in to every nuance of articulation, every subtle shading, every eloquent turn of phrase.” The Times
“Technically superb and eloquent in his expressivity, he held the capacity audience spellbound with an interpretation of exceptional authority.” The Guardian

Young cellist Sheku Kanneh-Mason grabbed international attention after his phenomenal performance at the Royal Wedding, and continued to break through with huge successes in both his album releases and live performances. Sheku makes his Hong Kong debut with his esteemed pianist sister, Isata Kanneh-Mason, performing a programme of Beethoven, Rachmaninov and more.

Programme
BEETHOVEN Cello Sonata in C Major, No. 1
Frank BRIDGE Scherzo
Frank BRIDGE Spring Song  from 4 Short Pieces
Frank BRIDGE Mélodie
RACHMANINOV Cello Sonata in G Minor, Op. 19

20 Oct 2021 (Wed)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


Sunwook Kim
Photo: Marco Borggreve

Sunwook Kim, piano

His technique and the extensive range of his tone colours allowed him to grasp every single nuance in the score with poise and natural ease.” The Guardian

The first Asian winner of the prestigious Leeds International Piano Competition (2006) at the age of 18, Sunwook Kim makes his long-awaited return to Hong Kong. Programme to be announced. Co-presented with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

18 Nov 2021 (Thu)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


Miloš: The Voice of the Guitar

The hottest guitarist in the world…” The Sunday TimesNo other guitarist can match his graceful blend of personal charisma and technical finesse.” The Independent

Miloš Karadaglić is back on stage, delighting audiences worldwide with his programme “The Voice of the Guitar”, which includes repertoire from the Baroque period, Latin America and Spain, The Beatles and other contemporary works, arranged for guitar and string ensemble.  His recordings have achieved major chart success around the globe, and turned him into “classical music’s guitar hero” (BBC Music Magazine).

Programme
DE FALLA Danza del Molinero (Farruca) 7 Canciones Populares Españolas, No. 5 ‘Nana’
PIAZZOLLA Libertango, Cafe 1930
SIMON & GARFUNKEL Sound of Silence
RADIOHEAD Street Spirit (Fade Out)
THE BEATLES Yesterday, Eleanor Rigby, Fool on the Hill
and more

29 Nov 2021 (Mon)
Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall


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26 April 2021 (Monday) - 29 November 2021 (Mon) Duration:
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