Music was and is an essential part of daily life in Hungary.

Sir Georg Solti
Qian Zhou & Albert Tiu

12 March 2020, 19.00-21.00

Old Academy of Music, Chamber Hall

Qian Zhou & Albert Tiu Presented by Liszt Academy

CancelledPerformer change

J. S. Bach: Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 4 in C minor, BWV 1017
Brahms: Sonata for Violin and Piano No. 3 in D minor, Op. 108
intermission
Stravinsky: Divertimento (transcription for violin and piano)
Milhaud: Le bœuf sur le toit, Op. 58 (transcription for violin and piano)

Qian Zhou (violin), Albert Tiu (piano)

Chinese violinist Qian Zhou was just 18 when at a stroke she became a world star, winning not only first prize but the five special prizes at the 1987 Long–Thibaud competition in Paris. Since then she has regularly performed in concert with the world’s most important orchestras, and she plays in the most prestigious concert halls as soloist. Qian Zhou is a regular guest in Budapest, in 2016 she held a masterclass at the Liszt Academy, in 2017 she was a member of the jury for the violin category at the Bartók World Competition and Festival, and in 2020 she returns to run classes for students of the violin at the university. At the concert following the masterclass, her chamber partner is Albert Tiu, associate Professor of Piano at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. Albert Tiu studied at the Juilliard School and the Boston Conservatory,  and is a prizewinner of several competitions.  He has performed with several important orchestras, such as, St. Petersburg Philharmonic, Hamburg Symphony, Finnish Radio Symphony, Calgary Philharmonic or  Winnipeg Symphony. He is also an internationally renowned chamber musician. The first part of their programme showcases ‘classical’ Bach and Brahms works, while after the break it is the turn of rarely heard arrangements of 20th century stage works.

 

 

Dear Audience! Please, be informed, that this concert will be canceled. Thank you for your kind understanding!

Presented by

Liszt Academy Concert Centre

Tickets:

Admission is free, subjected to the capacity of the room.