Performing pieces by Shostakovich, Rachmaninov, and Tchakovsky, Yong Siew Toh professors Albert Tiu, Qian Zhou, and Qin Li-Wei will be playing at the Conservatory Concert Hall on 27 October! The programme looks back in reverse chronology at the Russian tradition of writing in the grand manner, of sweeping gestures on a large canvas.
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Watch the professors in action in some of their other performances!
Chopin Cell Sonata Op.65 by Qin Li-Wei and Albert Tiu
Singing Through Time by Qian Zhou and Albert Tiu
Juilliard alumni Albert Tiu has earned the William Petschek Award and is a prizewinner of many competitions. With innovative programming and unique interpretations, he presents stunning thematic recitals.
Suave and sophisticated, Qian Zhou won first prize in the China National Competition in 1984. She has performed as a recitalist and soloist across the globe and is the founding Head of Strings at Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music.
Called a “superbly stylish, raptly intuitive” perforner by the Gramophone Magazine, Qin Li-Wei won the First Prize in the 2001 Naumberg Competition. He has collaborated with many renowned orchestras around the world.
Text by: Ambrose Cheung/Licha Stelaus Productions
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