May, 2013

Composers > Inspiration > Searching for Authenticity: Turandot
by Georg Predota | May 31st, 2013

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Ever since the seventeenth century, composers in every generation have explored the Orient for musical and dramatic inspiration. In fact, the sheer durability of this Orientalist obsession in music has greatly extended the language of music by employing eastern instruments, [...] more >>

Blog > Intimacy Revisited: A Look at Hong Kong’s Performer/Composer Summit, Two Years Later
by Nick Frisch | May 29th, 2013

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Two years on, the question remains: what, exactly, is Hong Kong’s University of Science and Technology doing dropping gobs of money to invite top-class musicians from around the world to spend two weeks on a campus without a music department? [...] more >>

Composers > Anecdotes > Without Music, Life would be an Error: - Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche
by Georg Predota | May 29th, 2013

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Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche

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Friedrich Nietzsche Das zerbrochene Ringlein Piano Sonata in G Major “God is dead. God remains dead. And we have killed him.” This most widely quoted statement originating with Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (1844-1900) first appeared in the 1882 publication Die fröhliche [...] more >>

Events > in Hong Kong > Forever Red Project: Brahms Addiction Clara Tsang and Warren Lee Duo Recital

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Date: 2013/06/22 Time: 8PM Venue: Concert Hall, HKAPA Presenter(s): Hong Kong Cellist Society Artist(s): Clara Tsang Fung, Warren Lee   Programme:   Brahms Cello Sonata in D major Op. 78 (arr. from Violin Sonata)Cello Sonata No. 1 in E minor [...] more >>