Open Recital Resumes With 18th Installment At Tenby Schools

September 1, 2016


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.


1. Aiden Kong (violin)

2. Foo Gesar (piano)
Chopin: Waltz Op 64 No1

3. Samuel Kong (piano)
Friedrich Kuhlau: Sonatina Op 55 No 3

4. Soh Kwee Tung (violin)
Oskar Rieding: Air Varie

5. Soh Kwee Tung (piano)
Chopin: Nocturne No 21 in C minor

6. Chloe Poh (piano)
J. S. Bach Toccata in E minor, BWV 914

7. Violin Quartet
(Celeste Tan, Ranen Chan, Xydine Gunasegaran, Johnathan Tan)
Pachelbel: Canon in D

8. Mustaqim Abdullah (trombone)
Ching Eng Shen (piano)
Jaroslav Cimera: Polka Caprice

9. Lim Kwan Yee (piano)
Chopin: Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Op. 22


10. Andrea Sim (violin)
Paganini: Caprice No. 16

11. Cheong Keat Zhen (piano)
Chopin: Polonaise No.1 Op.26 in C# minor

12. Lance Low (euphonium)
Ching Eng Shen (piano)
Philip Sparke: Fantasy for Euphonium and Piano

13. Teo Lee On (guitar)
Pujol: Preludio Triston (no 2 of Cinco Preludios)
Moreno Torroba: Fandanguillo (No. 1 from Suite Castallena)

14. Joshua Sim (cello)
Lim Zhi Ru (piano)
Saint-Saens: Concerto No. 1 Opus 33

15. Trombone Quartet
(Lance Low, Mustaqim Abdullah, Aisyamudden, Rizqin Nazhif)
Eric Ewazen: Myths and Legends (2nd and 1st mvts)

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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