April 23, 2013
On May 5 Cho-Liang Lin joins the Princeton Symphony Orchestra as soloist in Prokofiev's dazzling Second Violin Concerto conducted by Rossen Milanov. Lin's performance is part of a musical program that spotlights 20th-century orchestral masterpieces, including the 1919 suite from Stravinsky’s ballet The Firebird, Ravel’s Boléro, and Bartók’s suite from The Miraculous Mandarin. Lin's appearance with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra caps off the ensemble's 2012-2013 season.
The day before his solo appearance with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra, Lin gives a masterclass at 2pm at the Princeton Theological Seminary. Join him for this exceptional event May 4.
April 22, 2013
Cho-Liang Lin continues his spring activities as Distinguished Guest Artist of composer Bright Sheng's Intimacy of Creativity project, a two-week partnership devoted to promoting a close dialogue between composers and performers. Lin will work with composers as they workshop and eventually perform their compositions at the festival's Preview and World Premiere concerts. On April 26 and May 1, Lin, double bassist and composer Edgar Meyer and the Quartetto di Cremona (artists-in-residence at Rome's Accademia di Santa Cecilia) will be in conversation at RTHK's Studio One.
On April 28, Lin and his musical collaborators will present a World Premiere concert at Hong Kong's City Hall Theatre, featuring the premieres of Dai Bo's Kong Gu You Lan and Bright Sheng's Three Fantasies with pianist Nolan Pearson. The afternoon concert closes out with Dvorak's Piano Quintet. Get all the details here.
April 12, 2013
Cho-Liang Lin took a break last summer from the rhythm of La Jolla Music Society's SummerFest. Check out this light-hearted moment when Jimmy made an appearance with the highly entertaining musical duo Igudesman and Joo. http://bit.ly/JimmyIJ.
Make sure to mark your calendars for this year's SummerFest, which begins on July 31. Get the details here: http://bit.ly/LJMSSF.