December 16, 2014
This week, Cho-Liang Lin returns to New York where he can be heard at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. As part of the Met’s concert programming, the Taiwanese-American violinist performs in the Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium on Thursday, December 18. Performing Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons, Lin is accompanied by the Sejong Soloists, with whom he recorded the work for Naxos in 2006. Lin also performs Mendelssohn's Octet with the ensemble.
Winter highlights include Vivaldi at Met Museum and 2015 Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival
December 05, 2014
Full of beloved classics and world premieres, Cho-Liang Lin’s winter season begins this month in New York when the Taiwanese-American violinist reprises his acclaimed account of Vivaldi’s The Four Seasons at the Metropolitan Museum of Art on December 18. The following month sees Lin in Hong Kong where he returns to the helm of the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival, which runs January 14 through 21.
From there, Lin returns to the United States for two concerts in Pennsylvania with Orchestra 2011 in a program that focuses on new music from Asia, heard in Philadelphia on February 5 and Swarthmore on February 8. The following week, Lin appears with River Oaks Chamber Orchestra in Houston for works by Elgar, Dvorak, and Schubert, as well as the world premiere if Derek Bermel’s Murmurations.
December 04, 2014
Tomorrow night, Cho-Liang Lin can be heard in the Houston area with Chamber Music International at St. Barnabas Presbyterian Church. In Richardson, TX, Lin joins fellow violinists David Chan, Alexander Kerr, and Stephanie Jeong, as well as double bassist Timothy Pitts, for works by Mozart, Bizet, Puccini, Joplin, Gershwin, and Monti, arranged for chamber ensembles, as well as Prokofiev’s Sonata for Two Violins. Click here for tickets.