October 28, 2014
This weekend finds Cho-Liang Lin back with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra for two concerts in Taichung. November 1’s afternoon of chamber music pairs Lin, who is also Artistic Director of the NTSO’s Youth Music Summer Camp, with pianist Pei-Yao Wang and members of the orchestra for an all-Mozart program. Pieces to be performed include the Flute Quartet No. 1 in D Major, the String Quintet in C Major, and the Piano Quartet in G Minor.
The following afternoon, Lin appears as both violinist and conductor with the NTSO. The performance begins with Mozart's Rondo in B-Flat Major, Adagio in E Major, and Rondo in C Major before turning to Haydn's Sinfonia Concertante in B-Flat Major. Mozart rounds out the program in the form of the composer's "Haffner" Serenade in D Major. In addition to Lin, several principals of the NTSO alternate as soloists for this concert.
October 24, 2014
Next month finds Cho-Liang Lin in Taiwan, the United States, and Singapore for both orchestral and chamber concerts that feature his talents as both conductor and soloist.
Lin first heads to Taiwan where he reunites with the National Taiwan Symphony Orchestra on November 1 and 2. The first concert consists of an all-Mozart program of chamber music including the composer's Flute Quartet No. 1, his String Quintet in C Major, and his Piano Quartet in G Minor. The next evening hears Lin play and conduct Mozart’s “Haffner” Serenade, two Rondos, and the composer’s Adagio in E Major alongside Haydn’s Sinfonia Concertante. The soloist spotlight is shared by the principals of the NTSO.
The following week, Lin returns to the United States for an appearance with the Argenta Concert Series at the University of Nevada, Reno on November 7. There, he joins hornist William VerMeulen, cellist Dmitri Atapine, and pianists Hyeyeon Park and James Winn for chamber pieces by Brahms, Ravel, and Dvorak.
Later in the month, Lin joins the Singapore Symphony Orchestra where he is currently serving as Artist-in-Residence. On November 28, he performs Brahms’s Violin Concerto for a special gala. Two days later, he joins members of the SSO for their chamber music series with works by Mozart, Prokofiev, and Brahms.
October 10, 2014
This month, Cho-Liang Lin joins the Virginia Symphony for an all-Mozart program that hears Lin as both soloist and conductor. Lin and the Symphony begin in Newport News (October 17), followed by Norfolk (October 18), and conclude in Virginia Beach (October 19). In each performance, they offer Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 4, his Symphony No. 29, and his Symphony No. 40. For ticket information, click here.