May 21, 2015
Following a series of successful recitals at the Huntington Library and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, Cho-Liang Lin closes his spring tour with two concerts at the Singapore Symphony Orchestra on May 23 and 24. A frequent performer of Mozart, Lin will play and conduct all five Mozart violin concerti as well as Mozart’s Rondo in C Major and Rondo in B-flat Major over the course of the two performances.
Lin is currently serving as the Singapore Symphony Orchestra’s Artist-in-Residence and has participated in a range of events in this role, including a performance of Brahms’s Violin Concerto with conductor John Nelson, and a recital of the same composer's String Sextet No. 2.
April 29, 2015
Cho-Liang Lin presents an evening of music by contemporary Chinese composers at the Huntington on May 1. The program–which will be performed in the Clear and Transcendent Pavilion of the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens–includes works for solo violin and for string quartet, as well as performance by pipa virtuoso Wu Man.
Lin is the Artist-in-Residence at the Huntington. For his residency, he has already given lecture recitals with pianist Ayke Augus while curating modern Chinese music for Los Angeles area audiences.
April 24, 2015
Cho-Liang Lin returns to the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on April 24 after a stimulating masterclass given on Monday, April 20. The Society regular performs a program of all-Brahms works, including the Sonata in A Major, Trio in C Minor, and Sextet No. 2 in G Major. Joining Lin this evening are violists Paul Neubauer and Richard O’Neill, cellist Nicholas Canellakis, and the Sitkovetsky Trio.