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Mozart 36

Mozart 36 follows his journey as a young composer from age 8 with the first of his Sonatas for piano and violin to the last in 1788, when he was living at the centre of the Viennese musical world as the city's finest keyboard player and a hugely successful composer.

Witness a powerhouse line-up of internationally-acclaimed classical chamber musicians on these 2 evenings, as TTK Grand Series concludes our one and a half year journey through the complete 36 Sonatas for piano and violin by Mozart, and a selection of his iconic chamber works and concerti, with this final and last of our trilogy of Mozart 36 projects.

Evening Concert I
8pm 3 Apr 2020

Webern Langsamer Satz Op. 5
Mozart Quintet for piano and winds KV 452  **
Berg 4 Pieces for clarinet and piano Op. 5
Mozart Piano Quartet in E flat major KV 493

Evening Concert II
8pm 4 Apr 2020

Strauss Capriccio Op. 85 String Sextet  **
Mozart ‘Kegelstatt’ Trio KV 498
Wolf Italian Serenade
Mozart Clarinet Quintet KV 581  **


Ida Bryhn, principal violist of Norwegian Chamber Orchestra

Luca Buratto, Italian pianist Honens Prize Laureate 2015

Florent Héau, solo clarinetist and faculty at Paris Conservatoire

Olivia Jeremias, principal cellist of Philharmonic Orchestra Hamburg

Yuki Kasai, concertmaster of Munich Chamber Orchestra

Tang Tee Khoon, solo Singaporean violinist and founder of TTK Grand Series

**with Re:Sound members




Mozart's beloved Clarinet Quintet
for ages 0-2
Spend your morning with your babies, discovering the different textures and sound worlds of each of the 5 instruments featured in this enduring piece, through sensory play and relaxed listening.

Mozart's beloved Clarinet Quintet
for ages 2-4
Mozart singlehandedly brought the clarinet from being a novelty instrument into one with a glorious solo status.  Discover intimately, the 5 instruments featured in this golden work, with our animateur and musicians !

Mozart's String Quartet 'The Hunt'
for ages 4-6
Nicknamed 'The Hunt', this String Quartet features 4 instruments in pursuit of one another.  Can you hear which instrument is 'hunting' and which is being 'chased' ?  Let's discover this same phenomenon in the animal kingdom !

Mozart's String Quartet 'The Hunt'
for ages 6-12
In the animal kingdom, we often see the relationship of 'predators' and 'preys' at work.  Discover parallels between the musical structure in this String Quartet and the natural phenomenon animals experience daily in their world !

4 Apr

Esplanade Recital Studio

Tickets at http://tangteekhoongrandseries.com/concerts/concerts-

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1 Jan 2020, 9am

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Approximately 1 hour 35 minutes
(Approximately 15 minutes interval)

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Ida Bryhn

Solo principal violist of the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Ida Bryhn has served as principal violist with the Philharmonia Orchestra in London as well as with the Stockholm Philharmonic, Oslo Philharmonic and Amsterdam Sinfonietta.

A professor at the Royal College of Music London and the Barratt Due Institute of Music Oslo, Ida Bryhn performs as a chamber musician at Verbier in Switzerland, Schlesvig-Holstein Music Festival, IMS Prussia Cove and Ravinia in Chicago.  Guest appearances include with the Razumovsky Ensemble in London and London Philharmonic’s chamber music series at Wigmore Hall.  


Luca Buratto

Since winning 2015 Honens International Piano Competition, critics and audiences across the globe are recognizing Buratto as a distinctive performer.  His successful debut recitals at Wigmore and Carnegie Halls heralded the Italian pianist as “a name to watch” The Guardian and “no ordinary virtuoso” The Telegraph.

After graduation from Milan Conservatory, Buratto earned a Masters from Bolzano Conservatory and a Master of Advanced Studies from Conservatorio della Svizzera Italiana Lugano.  Other successes include 3rd prize at 2012 International Robert Schumann Competition.  Buratto currently mentors with Kirill Gerstein in Berlin.


Florent Héau

One of the most important figures of the French clarinet school, Héau has appeared as soloist with European Camerata, Orchestre de la Basse-Normandie, and Ensemble Orchestral de Paris, amongst many others.  Over the years, he has enjoyed success with his recordings of Brahms and Reger Sonatas with Patrick Zygmanowski, Beethoven Trios with Jérôme Ducros and Henri Demarquette, Mozart chamber works with Manfred Quartet and Mozart Clarinet Concerto with Prague Chamber Orchestra.  

Héau serves as clarinet professor at Paris CRR, Lausanne HEMU Switzerland, and Osaka College of Music.


Olivia Jeremias

An outstanding cellist of her generation, Jeremias’ concert experience by age 20 include having performed the Dvorak Cello Concerto with Sir Colin Davis in the Semperoper Dresden.  Jeremias’ recent solo appearances include performing the Dvorak and Haydn Cello Concertos with Philharmonic orchestra Zagreb, and the C.P.E Bach Cello Concerto with the Royal Academy Soloists.

Principal cellist of the Philharmonic Orchestra Hamburg, Jeremias was awarded the Eduard Söring prize of Hamburg Opera Foundation in 2008 for her outstanding abilities.  She plays on a 1698 Granchino cello on friendly loan by the Maggini Stiftung Switzerland.

Yuki Kasai

Prizewinner at the 8th Salzburg International Mozart Competition, Kasai studied in Basel with Raphael Oleg and in Berlin with Antje Weithaas.  A passionate chamber musician, she has appeared at Rheingau, Ultraschall Festival for New Music Berlin, Sommets Musicaux Switzerland, Domaine Forget Canada, and OCM Prussia Cove. 

In 2006, Kasai was appointed leader of the Kammerakademie Potsdam and in 2010, she joined Kammerorchester Basel as their leader.  She also plays as guest leader in the Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen and Münchener Kammerorchester, and is a frequent guest player in the Chamber Orchestra of Europe.


Tang Tee Khoon

Described as ‘a chamber musician of the highest order’, and a ‘national treasure’, Tang Tee Khoon is the second-ever violinist to be awarded the loan of a J.B. Guadagnini violin c. 1750 by the National Arts Council Singapore.  

Winner of the 2004 E&W International Artists Auditions in New York which led to her successful debut at Carnegie’s Weill Hall the following year, other awards received include 2nd prize at the Klein International Competition U.S.A., Myra Hess Award U.K., London Symphony Orchestra String Scheme Award, Shell-National Arts Council Arts Scholarship, and Tan Kah Kee Postgraduate scholarship.


**with Re:Sound members

Event Date
Fri, 3 - Sat, 4 Apr 2020


Ticket Pricing
(Excludes Booking Fee)

Standard: S$82, S$62, S$42, S$32

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