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The SCMP: ‘Elite’ string ensemble a showcase for Hong Kong’s musical talent, says founder Trey Lee

The South China Morning Post
  • Musicus Soloists Hong Kong will makes its debut at an annual celebration of classical music featuring works by Rameau, Vivaldi and Mozart among others
  • Trey Lee, founder of the ensemble, says it will be ‘very elite in terms of level of playing’ and intends to help its members stand out and nurture their careers
On November 26, a Hong Kong string ensemble will make its debut at Musicus Fest’s 10th anniversary concert, a celebration of classical music launched in the city in 2013 by the cellist Trey Lee.

The ensemble, Musicus Soloists Hong Kong, intends to help its young members stand out as individual performers and nurture their careers, according to Lee.

For the past 10 years, as well as staging the Musicus Fest, Lee’s Musicus Society charity has tirelessly championed home-grown talent and taken classical music to Hong Kong schools through education programmes, the commissioning of new works and concerts around the world.

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