2009 Moon Festival Celebration Concert

8pm Friday 2nd October 2009

Including Yingdi Sun performing Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1 with The Queensland Orchestra at Concert Hall, QPAC

 

Presented by The Queensland Orchestra in association with Australian Centre of Chinese Culture and Arts – Incorporating Q150 celebrations

Li Chuanyun (Violin), Sun Yingdi (Piano) and Perry So (Conductor)

Pianist, Yingdi Sun (b. 1980) won First Prize at the prestigious 7th International Franz Liszt Piano Competition, which was held in Utrecht in 2005.  He will be playing on one of the Steinway Model D Concert Grands at the Concert Hall.

Program highlights include:

The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto.

Liszt’s Piano Concerto No.1 in Eb.

Beethoven’s Overture to Leonora No.3.

The Australian Premiere of Wu Xing (Five Elements).

Work by Brisbane based composer Christopher Andrews.

Music by leading Chinese composers, including Chen Qigang.

  

“East Meets West” is a rare opportunity to hear two of the most exciting young virtuosi on the international concert circuit and compositions by some of the most important contemporary Chinese composers. The concert will also feature the outstanding young Hong Kong based conductor Perry So.

Tickets (Inc. GST & all fees): A reserve $58, B reserve $46, C reserve $38

 

Bookings:

1. Please visit www.qtix.com.au or call 136 246 to buy directly from the Box Office.

2. or Contact Tanya by phone 0422 191 618

 

http://www.accca.com.au/index.php?Events:Up_coming_events

 

https://www.qtix.com.au/show/TQO_East_Meets_West_09.aspx

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