Great Audience Support At 27th Open Recital

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September 23, 2016
Great Audience Support At 27th Open Recital

The ever supportive audience showed up in full force at Classical Music Asia’s 27th installment of its Open Recital series, and they were not disappointed. Held at Tenby Schools in Setia Eco Park on 18 September 2016, all 19 performances put up by the young musicians did not fail to delight. 1. Lee Yong...
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26th Open Recital Helps Performers Gain Confidence

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September 4, 2016
26th Open Recital Helps Performers Gain Confidence

Classical Music Asia’s 26th Open Recital, held at the Institute of Music UCSI University on 27 August 2016, provided several of the participants with their first taste of performing in public. Program 1. Eng Jo Shi (Piano) Rimsky-Korsakov: Dance of the Clowns Russian Melody: Harvest Dance 2. Teioh Wu Yang (piano) Beethoven: Ode to...
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Performers Demonstrate High Level At 25th Open Recital

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September 2, 2016
Performers Demonstrate High Level At 25th Open Recital

Performers at Classical Music Asia’s 25th Open Recital, held at the Institute of Music, UCSI University on 16 July 2016, demonstrated a high standard of musicianship skills. In addition to solo performances, including one on the guqin; there was a flute trio, a cello duet, and a violin sextet. Program 1. Andrea Sim (violin)...
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24th Open Recital Features Good Mix Of Instruments

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September 2, 2016
24th Open Recital Features Good Mix Of Instruments

Classical Music Asia’s 24th Open Recital, held for the first time at the Institute of Music UCSI University on 18 June 2016, featured a variety of instruments: the French horn, the euphonium,the  cello, the violin and, of course, the piano. Program 1. Andrea Sim (violin) Bach: Partita No. 2 in D minor, Sarabande 2....
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23rd Open Recital Sees Strong Performances

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September 2, 2016
23rd Open Recital Sees Strong Performances

Classical Music Asia’s 23rd Open Recital, held at the Tenby Schools auditorium in Setia Eco Park on 22 May 2016, featured performers back on holiday from their music studies in the US and students preparing for all sorts of upcoming competitions. Program 1. Evangelyn Francis (piano) Kirnberger: La Lutine Schumann: Jagerliedchen No. 7 Album...
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Performers Prepare For Competitions At 22nd Open Recital

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September 2, 2016
Performers Prepare For Competitions At 22nd Open Recital

It was a wonderful and packed program at Classical Music Asia’s 22nd Open Recital. Held at Tenby Schools’ auditorium in Setia Eco Park on 17 April 2016, Open Recital #22 featured a trombone quintet and 14 solo performances with several of the performers preparing for upcoming competitions. Program 1. Chen Zoey (piano) Moritz Moszkowski:...
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Impressive Performances At 21st Open Recital

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September 2, 2016
Impressive Performances At 21st Open Recital

Classical Music Asia’s 21st Open Recital, held in Tenby Schools in Setia Eco Park on 28 February 2016, had a surprise guest in the person of Liz, wife of Tenby’s Campus Principal Andrew Auster, who was visiting from the UK. She was greatly impressed with all performers and found the Open Recital to be...
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20th Open Recital Showcases Young Talents

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September 2, 2016
20th Open Recital Showcases Young Talents

Classical Music Asia’s 20th Open Recital, held in the Tenby Schools auditorium in Setia Eco Park on 10 January 2016, kicked off the new year with a showcase of some of the finest young Malaysian talents in classical music. Program 1. Chloe Chaw (violin) William Kroll: Banjo and Fiddle 2. Ian Yoon (violin) Melany...
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19th Open Recital Achieves High Musical Standard

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September 1, 2016
19th Open Recital Achieves High Musical Standard

Classical Music Asia’s 19th Open Recital, held on 15 November 2015 at the Tenby Schools’ auditorium in Setia Eco Park, saw many talented youngsters deliver brilliant performances on their instruments. According to Andrew Auster, Campus Principal of Tenby Schools in Setia Eco Park, the standard that they brought to their music-making was very high....
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Open Recital Resumes With 18th Installment At Tenby Schools

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September 1, 2016
Open Recital Resumes With 18th Installment At Tenby Schools

After a break of six months, Classical Music Asia held its 18th Open Recital at the Tenby Schools Auditorium in Setia Eco Park on 4 October 2015.  Open Recital #18 featured 14 great performances, including a last-minute surprise lecture recital by Colombian pianist and MYOF faculty Ana Maria Orduz. Program 1. Aiden Kong (violin)...
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Late Start To 2015 With 17th Open Recital

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September 1, 2016
Late Start To 2015 With 17th Open Recital

Held on 26 April 2015 at the K Conservatory in Kiaraville, Mont Kiara, this was Classical Music Asia’s first Open Recital for the year. Program 1. Soh Kwee Tung (violin) Antonio Vivaldi: Concerto in A minor (2nd mvt) 2. Soh Kwee Tung (piano) Joseph Haydn: Sonata no. 37 in D major 3. Kylie Tan...
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16th Open Recital Ends The Year With A Bang

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September 1, 2016
16th Open Recital Ends The Year With A Bang

Classical Music Asia held its last Open Recital for the year on 27 December 2014 in K Conservatory in Kiaraville, Mont Kiara. The 16th Open Recital featured many accomplished performances and hearty audience participation in a round of Christmas carols led by vocal performer Ong Siok Beng. It was also a time when Malaysia’s...
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Two Ensembles At 15th Open Recital

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September 1, 2016
Two Ensembles At 15th Open Recital

Classical Music Asia’s 15th Open Recital, held on 27 September 2014 at Lakeview Studio in Puchong, featured a wind trio, a violin-cello duet and seven solo performances. Program 1. Conrad Pan Hok Him (violin) Ludwig van Beethoven: Romance No.2 in F Major, Op. 50 2. Wong Tzu Shiuan (violin) Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy: Violin Concerto in...
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14th Open Recital A Full House

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September 1, 2016
14th Open Recital A Full House

Classical Music Aisa’s 14th Open Recital, held on 30 August 2014 at Lakeview Studio in Puchong, was a huge one with 17 performances and a room chock-full of audience. Program 1. Lee Zi Xuan (violin) George Frederic Handel: Sonata No.3 (2nd mvt) 2. Yap Xin Wei (piano) Frédéric Chopin: Waltz in A flat, Op.69...
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Performers Practise Calming Nerves At 13th Open Recital

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September 1, 2016
Performers Practise Calming Nerves At 13th Open Recital

Classical Music Asia’s 13th Open Recital was a small one, it being held at Lakeview Studio in Puchong on 26 July 2014 – the weekend before Hari Raya. Still, all performers made good use of the public performance platform to practise calming their nerves while playing in front of a live audience. Program 1....
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Date: 15 October 2016
Time: 11 am
Venue: UCSI University

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