Hong Kong Sinfonietta: Cellomania With Jamal Aliyev
Classical Music & Opera
Hong Kong Sinfonietta: Cellomania With Jamal Aliyev

Date:

21 MAY 2022

Time:

8pm

Venue:

Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall

Admission :

$450 / $320 / $180

Hong Kong Sinfonietta: Cellomania With Jamal Aliyev

One of Classic FM's "30 of the most brilliant young classical musicians playing today", cellist Jamal Aliyev has dazzled with his "enviable technique and a rich broad palette" (Classical Music Magazine) in performances alongside such prestigious orchestras as the Philharmonia Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, and enjoyed recurring collaborations with leading Turkish composer Fazıl Say. This year's French May Arts Festival, Aliyev will join hands with Hong Kong Sinfonietta and Music Director Emeritus Yip Wing-sie for the first time, playing an eclectic selection of showpieces such as Paganini's mesmerising Variations on One String on a Theme by Rossini, and Popper's stunning Hungarian Rhapsody.

Creative Team List

Music Director Emeritus / Conductor: Yip Wing-sie

Cello: Jamal Aliyev

Programme

Berlioz – Roman Carnival Overture, Op 9

Bach – Orchestral Suite No 3 in D, BWV1068: Air

Paganini – Variations on One String on a Theme by Rossini

Handel – Rinaldo: Lascia Ch'io Pianga

David Popper – Hungarian Rhapsody, Op 68

Bizet – Symphony No 1 in C


Ticketing Information

Tickets are available at all URBTIX outlets and www.POPTICKET.hk from 21 April onwards

  1. 50% discount for full-time students, senior citizens, people with disabilities and the minder & Comprehensive Social Security Assistance recipients
  2. 10% discount for group booking of 4 or more standard tickets
  3. 10% discount for purchasing standard tickets in the same transaction at URBTIX to both “Rising Star Cellist Jamal Aliyev Recital: 4 Cities” (organised by Premiere Performances of Hong Kong) on 15 May and “Cellomania with Jamal Aliyev” on 21 May

Programme and ticketing information: hksl.org

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