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HK PHIL × TAI KWUN: CHAMBER MUSIC SERIES: THE JOY OF BACH
20 June - 7:30 pm - 8:40 pm$250
Listening to Bach can be an experience of exuberance, tenderness, elegance and joy. In this chamber concert, selected concertos and orchestral suites of this immortal Baroque master will be brought to life by HK Phil musicians and harpsichord specialist David Chung.
BACHHarpsichord Concerto in A, BWV 1055
BACHConcerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060
BACHTrio Sonata in G, BWV 1039
BACHOrchestral Suite no. 3: Air on G String, BWV 1068
BACHOrchestral Suite no. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067
The programme is approximately 70 minutes without intermission.
Wang Liang, Gui Li & Katrina Rafferty, violin
Kaori Wilson, viola
Song Yalin, cello
Jiang Xinlai, double bass
Megan Sterling, flute
Wang Yu-Po, oboe
David Chung, harpsichord
The “vaccine pass” policy is implemented in Venue. All persons are required to meet the related vaccination requirements and use the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application to register their visit. Details please refer to hkphil.org/concert-etiquette and the Government’s COVID-19 Thematic Website
ABOUT THE ARTIST / ORGANISERThe Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) is one of the leading orchestras in Asia. The annual schedule focuses on symphonic repertoire, with conductors and soloists from all over the world. The HK Phil runs an extensive education programme, commissions new works, and nurtures local talent. The most recent recording project is Wagner’s Ring Cycle following the first-ever performances in Hong Kong of these four operas. In 2019, the HK Phil received the prestigious Gramophone Orchestra of the Year Award – the first orchestra in Asia to receive this distinction. With Music Director Jaap van Zweden since 2012, the HK Phil has toured to Europe, Asia, Australia, and on numerous occasions to Mainland China. Yu Long is the orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor, while Lio Kuokman is the Resident Conductor of the HK Phil.
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