Performers Practise Calming Nerves At 13th Open Recital

September 1, 2016


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.


1. Teoh Min Wei (violin)
Anon: Estampie Royal
Ambroise Thomas: Gavotte from Mignon
David Matthews: An Alpine Tune

2. Petrina Phua (piano)
Robert Schumann: Allegro Op. 8

3. Joshua Sim (cello)
Johann Sebastian Bach: Cello Suite No. 1 in G


4. King Yi Foong (piano)
Dmitri Shostakovich: Prelude and Fugue No. 24 in D minor
Claude Debussy: Étude No.1

5. Vikki Chen (piano)
Andrea Sim (violin)
Joshua Sim (cello)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Piano Trio in C K.548 (1st & 2nd 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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