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Intersections: Conservatory Orchestra Pre-Tour Concert
Synopsis

Qian Zhou violin
Likie Low (BMUS1) erhu
Sulwyn Lok (BMUS4) zhongruan
Lee Yuru (BMUS2) percussion
Chen Zhangyi composer
Jason Lai conductor
CONSERVATORY ORCHESTRA

PROGRAMME

V. WILLIAMS
Fantasia on a Theme by Thomas Tallis

CHEN ZHANGYI
Concerto for Erhu, Zhongruan, Percussion and Ensemble [new work]

WALTON
Violin Concerto 

ABOUT THE EVENT

As part of ongoing international partnerships, the YST Conservatory Orchestra will present a concert at the Korean National University of Arts in Seoul on 13 April 2019. Ahead of the performance in Korea, they will present a pre-tour concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall, featuring an eclectic array of music centred around early 20th-century English compositions. In addition, YST Composition faculty Asst Prof Chen Zhangyi, whose compositions have been performed by ensembles such as the London Symphony Orchestra and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, will present a new concerto commissioned for this occasion. Taking the stage as soloist in Walton's virtuosic Violin Concerto is YST Head of Strings Prof Qian Zhou. Principal Conductor Jason Lai, who in 2018 conducted the KNUA Orchestra in Singapore, will lead the YST Conservatory Orchestra.

Start Sales Date

Early Bird Sales
Internet:
7 Jan 2019, 9am 

Other Channels:
7 Jan 2019, 10am 

Public Sales
Internet:
9 Feb 2019, 12am

Other Channels:
9 Feb 2019, 10am

Language

English

Duration

Approximately 2 hours
(inclusive of 20 minutes interval)

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  • Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.
  • Infants in arms or children below the age of 6 shall not be admitted.
  • Children 6 years and above must purchase ticket for admission.

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  • No admission will be allowed into the venue once the performance has commenced.
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  • Please note that photographs and videos of patrons may be taken at this event for use in our archival and publicity material.

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Event Date
Tue, 9 Apr 2019

7.30pm

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(Excludes Booking Fee)

Standard: S$20
Esplanade Box: S$20
Premier Box: S$20
Restricted View: S$20

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