Colleen Lee, Piano, Tour

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Recitals by the award winning Hong Kong pianist Colleen Lee and also featuring soprano Catherine Chan and clarinettist David Wong to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the transfer of Hong Kong’s sovereignty to China.
Programme: Brahms’ Klavierstücke Op. 118, Prokofiev’s Piano Sonata No. 2, Op.14, Shubert’s Der Hirt auf dem Felsen D.965 (with soprano Catherine Chan and clarinettist David Wong), Doming Lam’s Uncle Suite, Ravel’s Gaspard de la nuit and Chopin’s Andante Spianato and Grande Polonaise Brillante.
Organised on behalf of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office in London. (insert logos of the Hong Kong Economic & Trade Office and Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region)
Deep Purple star Jon Lord, former keyboard player in the rock band, wrote the Durham Concerto to celebrate Durham University’s 175th anniversary. It was performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with Jon Lord playing the Hammond Organ solo piece.
The 45-minute Concerto contained influences from jazz, ragtime, rock, and even Northumbrian folk music, including an old miners’ lament. It consisted of six movements, arranged into three parts: Morning, Afternoon and Evening. Morning describes the Cathedral at dawn and then the town coming to life. Afternoon starts with a movement representing the historic event where monks carried St Cuthbert’s body from Lindisfarne, and concludes as the composer contemplates the wonderful view from Prebends Bridge. The last section, Evening, captures the high spirits of a student dance and a Miner’s Gala, and ends with an imposing, but uplifting, movement in praise of the Cathedral.
Soloists included acclaimed Northumbrian Pipe player, Kathryn Tickell, with Ruth Palmer, who won Young British Classical Performer at the 2007 Classical Brit Awards, on violin and Matthew Barley on cello.
The Durham Concerto Première
20 October 2007, Durham Cathedral
Deep Purple star Jon Lord, former keyboard player in the rock band, wrote the Durham Concerto to celebrate Durham University’s 175th anniversary. It was performed by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra with Jon Lord playing the Hammond Organ solo piece.
The 45-minute Concerto contained influences from jazz, ragtime, rock, and even Northumbrian folk music, including an old miners’ lament. It consisted of six movements, arranged into three parts: Morning, Afternoon and Evening. Morning describes the Cathedral at dawn and then the town coming to life. Afternoon starts with a movement representing the historic event where monks carried St Cuthbert’s body from Lindisfarne, and concludes as the composer contemplates the wonderful view from Prebends Bridge. The last section, Evening, captures the high spirits of a student dance and a Miner’s Gala, and ends with an imposing, but uplifting, movement in praise of the Cathedral.
Soloists included acclaimed Northumbrian Pipe player, Kathryn Tickell, with Ruth Palmer, who won Young British Classical Performer at the 2007 Classical Brit Awards, on violin and Matthew Barley on cello.

Date

24, 27, 29, 31 October 2007

Venue

Cadogan Hall, London
Sibelius Academy, Helsinki, Finland
Strathclyde Suite, Glasgow
The Sage, Newcastle

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