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Hong Kong musicians shine at Carnegie Hall

Six acclaimed musicians from Hong Kong’s Vantage Music Artists dazzled the New York audience at the “Inspirational Liaisons – Encore” concert at Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall on June 11. The program, which celebrates the collaborative relationship of composers in music history, featured the music of Creston, Gershwin, Ravel and Vaughan Williams, which were sources of inspiration to each other in the early 20th century.

The six musicians were Cindy Ho (piano), Stephen Hung (piano), Sheung Lee (piano), Carol Lin (mezzo-soprano), Timothy Sun (saxophone) and Eric Wang (violin). The concert is supported by HKETONY to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay (third left) welcomes musicians from Hong Kong’s Vantage Music Artists to New York.
Director of HKETONY Steve Barclay (third left) welcomes musicians from Hong Kong’s Vantage Music Artists to New York.
 
Sheung Lee (on piano) and Carol Lin (right) perform Vaughan Williams’ “Songs of Travel”.
Sheung Lee (on piano) and Carol Lin (right) perform Vaughan Williams’ “Songs of Travel”.
     
Pianist Stephen Hung and violinist Eric Wang performs Ravel Sonata in G for violin and piano.
Pianist Stephen Hung and violinist Eric Wang performs Ravel Sonata in G for violin and piano.
 
Pianist Cindy Ho (left) and  saxophonist Timothy Sun (right) performs at Carnegie Hall.
Pianist Cindy Ho (left) and saxophonist Timothy Sun (right) performs at Carnegie Hall.

 

 


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