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Cho-Liang Lin celebrates Valentine's Day with River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

February 12, 2015

Cho-Liang Lin celebrates Valentine's Day with River Oaks Chamber Orchestra

On February 13 and 14, Cho-Liang Lin joins Houston’s River Oaks Chamber Orchestra for an intimate program of conductorless works suited to Valentine’s Day. The program highlights Lin in Elgar's Salut d'Amour and Dvorak's Romance for Violin and Orchestra, as well as the world premiere of Derek Bermel's Murmurations and Schubert's Symphony No. 5. February 13's performance takes place at Grace Presbyterian Church, while February 14's concert is heard at the Church of St. John the Divine.

Cho-Liang Lin joins Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for two concerts in 2015-16 season

February 06, 2015

Cho-Liang Lin joins Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center for two concerts in 2015-16 season

As announced by the Chamber Music Society yesterday, Cho-Liang Lin will join the venerated organization for two concerts in the 2015-16 season. The Taiwanese-born violinist, who joins CMS for a master class and concert in April, returns to Alice Tully Hall in October, 2015 and March 2016. On October 30, he performs alongside pianists Jeffrey Kahane and Wu Qian, violinist Alexander Sitkovetsky, violist Yura Lee, and cellist Gary Hoffman in a program of music by Schumann, Strauss, and Brahms.

Five months later, Lin reunites with Qian along with violinist Paul Huang, violist Matthew Lipman, and cellist Sophie Shao for works by Mozart and Franck.

Click here to learn more about Chamber Music Society’s 2015-16 season.

World Premiere Violin Concerto as part of New Music from Asia with Orchestra 2001

January 30, 2015

World Premiere Violin Concerto as part of New Music from Asia with Orchestra 2001

Cho-Liang Lin joins Philadelphia-based ensemble Orchestra 2001 on February 5 and 8 for New Music from Asia, a program highlighting contemporary works from China, Japan, and Taiwan. The Taiwanese-American violinist gives the world premiere of his compatriot May-Tchi Chen's Violin Concerto “Spring Reflections” in a program that also hears Toru Takemitsu's Rain Tree Sketch, Shin-Ichiro Ikebe's Tanada II, Tan Dun's In Distance, and Ye Xiaogang’s Nine Horses.

February 5's concert takes place at Irvine Auditorium on the University of Pennsylvania campus with an early Lunar New Year banquet to follow, while February 8's concert at Swarthmore College's Lang Concert Hall is free and open to the public. For more ticketing information, click here.