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Musicus Fest 2022 – Next Generation Virtuosi

  • Date & Time
    19 Nov 2022 (Sat) 8pm
  • Venue
    Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall
  • Ticket Price
    $180, $120

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An evening of eclectic musical masterpieces with a rising star violinist

Musicus Society’s 2020 Young Artist Audition winner Jeremy Hao is one of Hong Kong’s major emerging music talents. Having studied at Mannes, Juilliard and the Yale School of Music, he has participated in distinguished festivals such as the Juilliard ChamberFest, and has worked closely with pianists Joseph Kalichstein and Jerome Lowenthal, violinists Daniel Phillips and Laurie Smukler, as well as members of the esteemed Borromeo and Shanghai String Quartets.

Hao has lived in various countries and performed around the world, including at Carnegie Hall and Lincoln Centre. For this evening of music, he will be joined by Leon Bernsdorf, prize-winner at the Liszt Competition Budapest, in a dazzling program from Szymanowski’s Mythes to Montgomery’s jazzy blues tunes by way of Ravel and Schubert. This is a fantastic opportunity to catch a star of the future early in his career!

Major Sponsors: Bank of China (Hong Kong), The Tung Foundation

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Concert Program
Duration of the concert is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, including a 20-minute intermission.
  • Szymanowski
    Mythes, Op. 30
  • Ravel
    Violin Sonata No. 2 in G, M. 77
  • Montgomery
    Rhapsody No. 1 for Solo Violin
  • Schubert
    Fantasie in C for Violin and Piano, D. 934, Op. 159
The presenter reserves the rights to change the program and substitute artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary. The content of this programme does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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