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LISZTOMANIA
Piano Recital

13.2.2023
Monday 7:30pm
HK City Hall Concert Hall


Tickets at URBTIX

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A Romantic Rhapsody:

Original works by Liszt together with his remarkable arrangements of Bach’s organ music, Schubert Lieder, Donizetti opera and Beethoven’s Symphony No.5.

 

Franz Liszt (1811-1886), the original 19th Century musical superstar, gave more than 1,000 concerts in his life time.  He was revered for his trailblazing, creative inspirations and invented the modern 'piano recital'.

Programme

BACH/ LISZT

Prelude & Fugue in A minor for organ BWV543, S462

SCHUBERT/ LISZT

Six Mélodies favorites de La belle Meunière S565, No.2

Der Müller und der Bach

 

DONIZETTI/ LISZT

Réminiscences de Lucia di Lammermoor S397

 

LISZT

Harmonies poétiques et religieuses S173, No.7

Funérailles

 

BEETHOVEN/ LISZT

Symphony no. 5 in C minor Op 67, S464

Allegro con brio

 

LISZT

Six Consolations S172, No.3

Lento placido in D flat major             

 

Années de pèlerinage - II - Italie S161, No.7

Après une lecture de Dante - Fantasia quasi Sonata

The performance will run for about 75 minutes with no interval.

Pre-concert talk

13/2 (Mon) 11:00am-12:30pm

Tom Lee Music, Tsim Sha Tsui

Host: Dr Mary Wu

 

Free admission

Registration

Pre-concert Talk venue support

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Robin Zebaida, piano

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A pianist of Herculean stamina, with strength in charm, lyricism and subtle turns of phrase.

~Musical Opinion

 

Exquisite elegiacal playing and fiery thunderous brilliance.

~South China Morning Post

Lauded after a Liszt recital by Musical Opinion magazine as 'a pianist of Herculean stamina', Robin Zebaida enjoys a performing career that has taken him to over 100 countries across all continents. Highlights of past seasons have included concerts in USA, Canada - where he collaborated with conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin - Central America, Europe, the Far East and Australia, where his Sydney recital was reported as achieving 'a warmth and empathy with the audience rarely seen'. In London he has performed at St John's Smith Square and the Queen Elizabeth Hall. www.pianistUK.com

 

Special thanks to our supporting communities:

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