“… countless little touches of imaginative colour… whirling and shimmering… Thought-provoking.”
Gramophone on Jamal Aliyev
“a young artist possessed of enviable technique and a rich broad palette.”
Classical Music Magazine on Jamal Aliyev
This is a tribute to the rich musical traditions of the countryside, featuring warmly lyrical music incorporating folk melodies, be it Slavic, Gypsy, Bohemian and Turkish. Composers from different eras and styles integrate folk elements and catchy tunes into sophisticated classical compositions.
Featuring the Hong Kong debut of Turkish rising-star cellist Jamal Aliyev with the captivating Fazil Say Sonata inspired by four Turkish cities.
SHOSTAKOVICH 5 Pieces for 2 Violins and Piano
Dan Zhu (violin),Ruda Lee (violin), Chiyan Wong (piano)
POPPER Hungarian Rhapsody, Op. 68
Jamal Aliyev (cello), Vanessa Wong Wai Yin(piano)
FAZIL SAY Cello Sonata, Four Cities
Jamal Aliyev (cello), Evelyn Chang (piano)
DVOŘÁK Piano Trio No. 4 in E minor, Op. 90, “Dumky”
Dan Zhu (violin), Jamal Aliyev (cello), Zee Zee (piano)
Fazil Say’s Four Cities Cello Sonata
Audiences will be seated according to social-distancing guidelines.
Audiences must observe the special measures implemented by the venue in response to the COVID-19.
Programme and artists are subject to change. Premiere Performances of Hong Kong reserves the right of decision in case of dispute.