The lively, octogenarian Lorin Maazel continues to command the mighty Chicago Symphony Orchestra, making some surprisingly different result to the music.
When Lorin Maazel is driving carefully the mighty Chicago Symphony Orchestra in a very slow Mozart Jupiter Symphony, my mind drifts off to recall the good old days of Mr.
The beginning of a year is a good time to summarise the one that passed. It certainly does and I would share my definitive concert moments of 2012 that I
If I am to poll a concert which stunned me the most in recent years, the inauguration concert of Jaap van Zweden as music director of HKPO surely comes to
Seldom you see his face on record covers, and on the stage you do not see his baton swings like a magic wand. But Antoni Wit’s firm grip of the
In the recording, you may find this music finely delivered with sufficiently nuanced details to make it a joy to listen to.
After 64 years, the annual Hong Kong Schools Music Festival has its grand finale last month again in an evening that crowned the best choirs in the territory.
The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra revisits Hong Kong after 19 years with a programme of German symphonic works.
With a humble appearance, the calmness of Kun Woo Paik stands great contrast with his splendid virtuosity. He performs all solo piano works of Maurice Ravel in one evening at
Before forgetting everything about the concert let me write a short note on the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HKPO) opening concert of Das Lied von der Erde.