2nd Open Recital Draws Performers From Far And Near

July 13, 2013

Classical Music Asia’s second Open Recital@Pipers, held on 30 June 2013, attracted performers from all over Malaysia and Singapore and featured a varied program consisting of a guitar quartet, a trombone quartet, a violin-cello duet, a piano duet, and solo piano, violin and cello.

“I think that CMA’s Open Recital is now establishing a standing of its own. It is becoming increasingly more interesting and starting to reveal its potential,” said Hiroshi Matsuura, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Japan to Malaysia.

Performers in order of appearance were:

Lee Hui Sze, violin
Teoh Yong Xuan, piano
Fritz Kreisler: Chanson Louis XIII & Pavane
Enrique Granados: Danse Espagnol

Alya Aziz, cello
Jern-Yi Chong, piano
Gabriel Faure: Elegie Opus 24
Daniel Van Goens: Scherzo Opus 12 No. 2

Teoh Yong Xuan, violin
Lee Hui Sze, piano
Fritz Kreisler: Liebesleid
Isaac Albeniz: Tango in D Op.165
Pablo Sarasate: Malaguena Op.21

Cyan Rafflesia: Teoh Ying Duan, Wong Wei Hong, Chong Shoon Fai and Gavin Ng Yeat Siang, guitar quartet
The Way We Were
Historia de un Amor
Love Theme From Romeo And Juliet
Always With Me

Audrey Siew Sze Yen, piano
Franz Liszt: Il Lamento—Trois études de concert S.144

Laurel Ho Chun Sheng, tenor trombone
Kenneth Teh, piano
Ferdinand David: Concertino for Trombone and Piano

Low Chyh Shen, piano
Claude Debussy: Feux d’artifice from Préludes, Book Two
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Sonata K333 3rd movt

Tan Shing Ji, cello
Kevin Saw Chern Song, violin
Reinhold Glière: Duet for violin and cello

Low Chyh Shen and Cathryn Lee, piano duet
Antonín Dvořák: Slavonic Dances Opus 72, B major and B-flat minor

Mustaqim Abdullah, Khairul Anwar, Shahiran Wepin and Rizqin Nazhif,
trombone quartet
Ludwig van Beethoven: Drei Equali

Photo credit: Aaron Khoo

The next Open Recital will be held at Pipers Café on Saturday 27 July at 3 pm. Do note that from July onwards, Open Recital will be held on Saturdays instead of Sundays.

Classical Music Asia’s Open Recital was set up in May 2013 to provide a platform for all classical music students, regardless of grade level or teacher, to perform in front of a live audience. Have you read our main Open Recital page? We also have an Open Recital FAQ.



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