[PERFORMANCE] Heaven and Earth天地之間
Date and Time:
Friday, 25 January 2019_13:05 – 13:50 (Guided Tour for the West Lake Panorama exhibition: 13:55 – 14:10)
Friday, 22 February 2019_19:00 – 19:45 (Guided Tour for the West Lake Panorama exhibition: 18:30 – 18:45)
Venue: 1/F, T.T. Tsui Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam
Cost: Free admission, all are welcome. Registration required.
https://goo.gl/azErPT (25 Jan)
https://goo.gl/9vDn5X (22 Feb)
West Lake has long been a site of inspiration for musicians and poets. The region's fusion of human-made causeways and the natural environment has become an ideal for classical forms of philosophy and design. Through her performance, Ms Yeung both responds to and offers a musical representation of the mists rising around West Lake.
Performer: Grammy Yeung Ching Ho
Yeung Ching Ho Grammy is a year 4 student in the Department of Music at The University of Hong Kong. She began her Guzheng training under Chin King in 2004, and is currently working under the guidance of Dr Xu Lingzi of the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. She passed the diploma examinations with distinction from both the Central Conservatory of Music and the Shanghai Conservatory of Music.
Yeung was a champion in the Intermediate, Senior and Advanced levels, and first runner-up in the Junior and RTHK Radio 4 Chinese Instruments Scholarship for solo Zheng competitions at the Hong Kong Schools’ Music Festival. She was awarded first place in the 6th Hong Kong Students Open Music Competition and received the silver medal in The First International Zheng Contest’s B amateur group.
Yeung has been a member of various Chinese orchestras since 2006, including the Children’s Chinese Orchestra, Island Youth Chinese Orchestra, Hong Kong Youth Chinese Orchestra and Chinese Orchestra of HKUSU, in which she also held the office of Chairperson for the 2016–2017 session.
Yeung was recently featured as one of the finalists on RTHK 4’s "Young Music Makers 2017". She has participated in Musicus Society concerts, including the Musicus Heritage Community Concert Series: A Habsburg Convocation, and the 5th and 6th Musicus Festival’s Children’s Concert, as well as the filming of RTHK’s "The Works". She was recently invited by RTHK as a member of Twoplus Music to hold a STEAM workshop for children, and was awarded a Rayson Huang Scholarship for Music at the University of Hong Kong 2017–2018.
High Mountains and Flowing Waters 高山流水 Anonymous 佚名
Lyrical Fantasy 抒情幻想曲 Xu Xiaolin 徐曉林
The Butterfly Lovers’ Concerto (Excerpt) 梁山伯與祝英台協奏曲（選段） He Zhanhao, Chen Gang 何占豪 陳鋼
Blue Heaven Overture 蒼歌引 Chen Zhe 陳哲