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Performance

Sentiments

Date:  20 Oct 2023 - 20 Oct 2023

Sentiments

 

Date | Time | Admission

20 Oct 2023 (Friday) | 1:05–1:55 pm | 12:45–1:00 pm

Venue: Drake Gallery, 1/F, Fung Ping Shan Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam, Hong Kong

 

Performers:

Lillian Kong (Harp)

Fok Hei Man (Piano)

 

Programme:

Opera Frenzy

Antonin Dvořák/Anneleen Lenaerts: Song to the Moon from Rusalka

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky/ Ekaterina Walter-Kühne: Fantasie on a Theme from Eugene Onegin

Pietro Mascagni/Michele Albano: Intermezzo from Cavelleria Rusticana

 

French Glitter

Jean-Michel Damase—Sicillienne Variée

Henriette Renie—Pièce Symphonique in Three Episodes

Gabriel Pierné—Konzertstück

 

Free admission, all are welcome.

Please click here to register.

 


Abstract

Explore a variety of sentiments through virtuosic harp pieces spanning the 19th and 20th centuries. The programme is divided into two sections: Opera Frenzy delves into the enchanting world of opera, infused with love and hate, featuring three beautiful melodies from the operas Rusalka, Eugene Onegin and Cavalleria Rusticana. French Glitter presents the shimmering magic of the harp repertoire during the early 20th century, a period marked by dynamic developments in harp music, especially in France during the advent of the modern harp. In this programme, you will hear the mesmerising atmosphere created by Gabriel Pierné, the joyful exuberance of Jean-Michel Damase’s ‘Sicilienne Variee’ and a three-part emotional journey through Marcel Grandjany’s ‘Piece Symphonique’, which traverses mourning, the fury of denial and, eventually, the transcendence into hope.

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