Cancellation Notice: In view of the government’s decision to close all performance venues because of the current situation with COVID-19, we are very sad to announce that this event is cancelled. Ticket holders shall receive a full refund in accordance to the ticket value, as detailed below:
For ticket holders who made their purchase via art-mate or pphk.org, your tickets will be automatically refunded to the account of which you made your payment (i.e. PayPal or PayMe).
For ticket holders who made their purchases via URBTIX, please contact our Box Office Manager Ms Cheung at email@example.com on or before 28 Feb, 2022.
Due to recently tightened travel restrictions, Jamal Aliyev will not be able to join the festival. Cellist Xin Shi will step in for the performance with a slight adjustment to the programme below.
This programme features four pieces of the Romantic era that were inspired by love. One of the most famous couples in musical history, Clara and Robert Schumann expressed their profound affections for one another as musical love letters through hidden music symbols in nearly every piece that they wrote. Born in the same year as Robert Schumann, Chopin was praised by Schumann as a genius. And Max Bruch (whose wife was also named Clara) began his early musical training with the teacher to whom Schumann’s piano concerto is dedicated.
CHOPIN Introduction & Polonaise Brillante for Cello and Piano in C Major
Xin Shi (cello), Vanessa Wong Wai Yin (piano)
Clara SCHUMANN Three Romances for Viola and Piano, Op. 22
Born Lau (viola), Evelyn Chang (piano)
BRUCH Eight Pieces for Violin, Viola and Piano, Op. 83
Dan Zhu (violin), Yat Lee (viola), Chiyan Wong (piano)
SCHUMANN Piano Quartet in E-flat Major, Op. 47
Dan Zhu (violin), Born Lau (viola), Xin Shi (cello), Zee Zee (piano)
Pre-Concert Podcast with Dan Zhu
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.
For ages 6 or above unless otherwise specified.
Programme and artists are subject to change. Premiere Performances of Hong Kong reserves the right of decision in case of dispute.