Monday, 19 August 2013

When Time Limps 在时间瘫软时

Contemporary Dance “When Time Limps”

Toccata Studio is proud to present an international collaboration contemporary dance
performance “When Time Limps” choreograph by artist from Hong Kong Rebecca Wong,
featured 3 innovative dancers including Rebecca Wong herself, Ivanhoe Lam and Cyrus Hui
with local Malaysian music composer Chor Guan NG. 

There will be two performances of “When Time Limps” on 6 Sep and 7 Sep 2013, 8.30pm at
Annex Gallery, Centre Market. Besides, They will conduct an improvisation workshop to
explore human body movements. This workshop is open to public with or without experience in
dance. This performance also supported by Mydance Alliance, British Council and JKKN
(Jabatan Kebudayaan Dan Kesenian Negara)in developing new audiences in contemporary
dance production.
Together, the team brought us a dance piece inspired by Dali, a prominent Spanish surrealist
painter. This dance piece especially named after Dali’s most famous and most recognizable work
“The Persistence of Memory” where we sees soft, melting pocket watch. This performance seeks
relationship between space and time, defines dream and reality, symbolized consciousness and
unconsciousness. Through body movement and music, this performance brings audiences an
exciting sensory experience.

From the choreographer, Rebecca Wong:
Once encountering with Dali, I was totally attracted by his crazy and legendary life. Reading his
diary again for the creation of this piece, apart of his showiness, his snobbishness, his insaneness,
I discovered another Dali – an “absolute passionate and loyal-to-art” Dali, he touched and
motivated me. I truly believe the magic would be continuously in ferment. 

Improvisation Workshop (With or Without Experience)
Instructor: Rebecca Wong, Ivanhoe Lam and Cyrus Hui.
Date        : 4th September  (Wednesday)
Time       : 2-4pm
Venue     : Akademi Seni Budaya dan Warisan Kebangsaan (ASWARA), 464 Jalan
                 Tun Ismail, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Fees        : Rm50/Pax (Reservation needed due to limited seats)
Contact   :  012-22260278,010-3693713

Contemporary Dance “When Time Limps”

Date    : 6th September (Friday), 7th September (Saturday)
Time   : 8.30pm
Venue : Annex Gallery,Central Market.  
Tickets:Rm58 (Adult), RM38(Student)
Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248

Choreographer / Dancer  - Wong Pik Kei, Rebecca (HONG KONG)

Rebecca graduated from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) in 2010, majoring
in Contemporary Dance and Choreography. She is enthusiastic about choreography and issued
numerous works during her time in HKAPA. She loves to cross over with different media and
the collaboration works including site specific “Gorgeously Unexpected”, and multimedia
production “Melaleuca Leucaendra” and “Cycle”. Her works include HKAPA Choreographic
Workshop I “Journey”, site-specific “Invisible Waves” and graduation independent study
project “Love at the time limped”. In April 2011, she staged her work, “The Museum of Ladies”,
under the Real Show Case series of City Contemporary Dance Company, with Georgina LO and
Juliana HO. She was also selected as one of the choreographers in “Emerging Choreographer
Series 2009 – Dance x Men” produced by Hong Kong Dance Alliance. Her recent creative works
include E-side Dance Company “Diving for Needles” - “Move Forward”, DanceArt “Room for
Conversations”, Hong Kong Arts Center Open Dance “Reformatory”. She has worked with
different artists over the globe, including MUI Cheuk Yin, Willy TSAO, Raewyn HILL (New
Zealand) and Jaime REDFERN (Australia). She went to Malaysia, Taiwan and USA and
exchanged with local dancers that widen her horizons in arts. Always looking for opportunities
to give tries, she keeps writing her own dance language.

Dancer - Hui Chun Kit, Cyrus (HONG KONG)

Cyrus graduated from HKAPA with a concentration in modern dance and choreography. He
pursued further study at Folkwang University of the Arts, Germany, under the Hong Kong
Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund Scholarship. He is currently a freelance choreographer,
performing artist and dance instructor. He has performed in Germany, France, Italy, Guangzhoug
and Taiwan, and has been involved in a series of projects including Hong Kong Art Festival
Contemporary Art Series I “The Last Zoo”, DanceArt “Overdue”, Hong Kong Theatre Design
Company Ltd “Positioning”, New Force in Motion Series “Here it goes again” and Hong Kong
Fringe Festival Bare Stage Project 09 “That’s Dance”.

Dancer  - Lam Chun Ho, Ivanhoe (HONG KONG)
After graduation from the diploma program of drama school and dance school at HKAPA,
Ivanhoe continued his studies for a BFA degree at Rotterdam Dance Academy (the Netherlands),
majoring in Choreography. His creative works staging in Rotterdam, Hague, Utrecht and
Amsterdam include “Awakening”, a site-specific dance with Denmark visual artist Henrik
Vibskov “27 Scenes”, “Ashes to Ashes”. “27 Scenes” was well received in ITs Festival in
Amsterdam 2010 and Hong Kong International Dance Symposium 2010. Recent full-length
piece “27” was presented in Hong Kong with the original cast from the Netherlands and local
dancers. He established Motion 27 Dance Theatre and currently is a freelance choreographer,
performing artist and tutor for theatre education. 

Composer  - Ng Chor Guan (MALAYSIA)
Chor Guan is an invigorating music composer for concert, theatre, musical, dance, film and new
media. He started his career as professional music composer during his years in London. In 2008,
he was nominated for Cameronian Arts Awards Most Promising Artist. His music for films was
awarded the Grand Prizes in Clemont-Ferrand Short Film Festival in France and Artfilm Fest in
Slovak Republic. In 2010, he was nominated Best Music Composition, 1st Selangor Youth
Awards and Goethe Institute Scholarship in 2011. In 2012, he was invited to be one of the five
Asians selected artists who represented Asia in The Playable City Sprint at Bristol, UK and also
invited to Korea giving a performance at 7th Global RCE Conference organized by UNICEF. He
was the musical director, theremin player and composer for Live Cinema performances entitled
“Super Everything” directed by Light Surgeons where they performed in Houston, USA and
toured UK in March 2013. Ng currently lectures in University Malaya and New Era College. He
has also produced 11 CD albums of his own music compositions.

Monday, 5 August 2013

Toccata Flute Series --- A MUSICAL JOURNEY

Toccata Flute Series - A Musical Journey

Date: 18th  August 2013
Time: 3pm
Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Admission: minimum donation RM30
Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
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Flutes:  Carmen Mah, Yong Ching Ting, Khoo Yan Ting, Chai Yem Voon, Foo Chie Haur
Pianist: Misa Yamamoto 


日期:8 18
时间: 下午 3 时正
地点:Toccata Studio, 19 B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
入场:最低乐捐 30 零吉
面子书:Toccata Studio



3 doors of horrors - Dance + Music + Short Films (World Premier)


JOIN US this 17th August 2013 ... 
at Toccata Studio 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. 

Dancer: Lim Shin Hui
Theremin: Ng Chor Guan 
Short Films produced by James Lee

3 doors of horrors ......  - Doghouse 73 Pictures (James Lee) -  Short Films World Premier 

*we encourage audiences to come in cheongsam.

Event presented by Toccata Studio
Producer: Tan E-Jan

Cake Project #8 - kick start your creative ideas !

CAKE PROJECT - a non profit micro funding event that kick start your creative ideas! 

Arts enriched. Be inspired.

Cake of the day, sponsored by Aunty Nancy, yummy!

Presenter KimLee (Winner of the day) presenting her idea. 

Presenter Zoe Tan telling us her idea.
Presenter SowYee giving her speech.
Guest Performer: Platform 11

Friday, 19 July 2013

dance=music series: ...Tell me a story about my mother...

  • DANCE= MUSIC SERIES 4 : … TELL ME A STORY ABOUT MY MOTHER … by Marion D’Cruz and Ng Chor Guan

    Life is like a play.
    Everyone plays a significant role in our own ways.
    This is a story about a women, who experienced World War II, the revolution period;
    Grow up, get married, have children ….and getting old.
    Who can tell me a story about her?
    A story about my mother.

    Date & Time: 27 July 2013 (Saturday), 830pm
    Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
    Admission: minimum donation RM20
    Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
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    DANCE=MUSIC SERIES 3, “… TELL ME A STORY ABOUT MY MOTHER…” a collaborative performance between contemporary dance and improvisation music. This performance will be held on July 27 (Saturday), 8.30pm at Toccata Studio, 19B, ss2/55, Petaling Jaya. Local pioneer of contemporary dance Marion D’Cruz together with local young music composer Ng Chor Guan will bring the audiences an unprecedented performance.
    Aside from traditional and fixed choreography, “… TELL ME A STORY ABOUT MY MOTHER…” an experimental improvisation performance in dance as well as in Music will show the infinite possibilities through arts. Marion D’Cruz, the pioneer of contemporary dance in Malaysia. Her works had manifested Malaysian Identity and reflex social issues in our country. This time, she is going to tell a story about her mother in a different way.
    Toccata Studio, which promotes arts, music and culture primarily, is not only a platform for musicians but it is also a place for various forms of music and arts. We welcome everyone to join us in our effort of creating awareness of arts and join us in supporting our promotion for music and arts.
    For more information about “...TELL ME A STORY ABOUT MY MOTHER...” performance, please call 016-3618504 or 014-2486248. 

Friday, 28 June 2013


THE TRANSFORMATIONAL SAXOPHONE -  a saxophone recital by Phil Pierick

Date: 13th  July 2013
Time: 8:30pm
Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Admission: minimum donation RM30
Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
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"The Transformational Saxophone" a saxophone recital will be held on July 13, 8:30pm at Toccata Studio at 19B, SS2/55, Petaling Jaya. Saxophonist Phil Pierick will bring to audiences some saxophone music ranging from classic to modern.

Toccata Studio, which promotes classical musical primarily, is not only a platform for musicians but it is also a place for various forms of music and arts. We welcome everyone to join us to support our promotion for music and arts.

As a staunch advocate for new music, saxophonist Phil Pierick has commissioned more than a dozen new works and has presented premieres in France, Scotland, Canada, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, and the United States. An active recording artist, Phil’s recent projects include an album of previously unreleased chamber music for saxophone by Percy Grainger and Invisible Seams, a forthcoming album of new works written specifically for his saxophone duo, Ogni Suono.

Ogni Suono is committed to expanding and promoting repertoire for the medium. The duo has conducted workshops for young saxophonists in Chicago, Malaysia, and Thailand and community outreach programs in Iowa City, Iowa (USA) as winner of a 2012-2013 Yamaha-in-Residence Fellowship.

Phil is a three-time prizewinner at the MTNA National Young Artist and Chamber Music Competitions (2012, 2011, 2009), took third prize in the 2012 ISSAC International Saxophone competition, was named Vandoren Emerging Artist of 2011, and won the University of Illinois Concerto Competition in 2012. As national winner of the 2009 Frank Huntington Beebe Fund for Musicians, Phil studied with Jean-Michel Goury in Paris at the Conservatoire à rayonnement régional de Boulogne-Billancourt.

Phil currently teaches as undergraduate saxophone quartet coach at Eastman School of Music, where he is a doctoral candidate under the direction of Chien-Kwan Lin. Phil holds Bachelor and Master of Music degrees from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he studied with Debra Richtmeyer and held the position of saxophone teaching assistant.

Wednesday, 26 June 2013

RE- Revolution and Evolution - a music + visual art performance inspired by cycling

RE-REVOLUTION + EVOLUTION ~ music + visual art performance inspired by cycling

Date: 4th and 5th July 2013
Time: 830pm
Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Admission: by minimum donation RM25

Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
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Toccata Studio is proud to present “RE – REVOLUTION + EVOLUTION”, a brand new multimedia work incorporates live music and visual art collaborative performance. This performance will feature music composer and theremin player NG Chor Guan as well as visual artist Fauzi Yusoff.

There will be two performances of “RE – REVOLUTION + EVOLUTION”, on 4th and 5th July 2013, at Toccata Studio, which is located at 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor. The show will begin at 8:30pm sharp. Admission is via a minimum donation of RM25.

This performance will feature collective audio and visual footages from cycling experiences of both Guan and Fauzi during pre-production stage. All footages files will then be artistically processed through their professional attempts. Final presentation of the art piece will be a combination of audio and visual collaborative performance. This production was made possible, in part, by a grant from the National Culture and Arts Department (JKKN) under the National Creative Industry Policy.

Ng Chor Guan is an invigorating music composer and sound designer for theatre, dance, film, concert music and new media. He started his career as professional music composer during his years in London. His work demonstrates an excellent integration of the classical and the contemporary. His music has been performed in a wide variety of mediums including orchestral, choral, chamber, and electronic music. He was regularly invited to perform his music composition, including in Global RCE Conference organized by UNICEF in Korea in 2012, a UK tour in 2013 and more. To add to his list of accomplishments, he has also produced 11 CD albums of his own.
Fauzi Yusoff is a visual artist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He explores audiovisual aesthetics, crossing into new media technology. His works advocate the need for a strong relationship between audio and moving images.Traditional and culture is central to most of Fauzi Yusoff’s imagery as he searches visual inspirations. They may relate in ways of contradiction to harmonization, inevitably converging into an experience that is both exciting and melancholic. Fauzi Yusoff, head visual artist and director of EFOZY, is critically acclaimed for his futuristic, live optical creations.

RE-REVOLUTION + EVOLUTION ~ 由脚车骑行激发的音乐与视觉艺术演出

日期:4-7-2013 5-7-2013
时间:   8:30pm
地点: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
入场:乐捐方式,最低 RM25

联络: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
面子书: toccata studio

Toccata Studio很荣幸地能够为各界带来“RE – REVOLUTION + EVOLUTION”,这是一项创新的多媒体呈现方式,并将配合现场音乐和视觉艺术,为观众带来耳目一新的演出。届时,为大家演出的音乐家为特雷鸣手兼作曲家黄楚原,以及视觉艺术家 FAUZI YUSOFF

这个演出共有2场,分别为4-7-2013 以及5-7-2013,地址是:19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor。时间为晚上 8 30,入场方式最低乐捐 RM25

届时,观众将会看到黄楚原和FAUZI YUSOFF的骑脚车经验之集体视听片段,这些都是在演出之前准备过程中录制的。他们将利用本身的艺术专业特长,经过艺术手法处理这些片段。最终呈现给大家的演出将是一个音频和视频相结合的现场演出。该项目由国家文化及艺术部门(JKKN)部分赞助。


Fauzi Yusoff是一位常驻吉隆坡的视觉艺术家。他通过探讨视听美学,越界到新媒体技术。他的作品往往需要一个强而有力的音频和移动的画面来表现。传统和文化常是他的作品形象,也许跟他时常探索视觉灵感之间的关系有关。这两者的协调方式产生的感觉,让人获得既兴奋又忧郁的经验。他也是EFOZY的视觉艺术家和经理,他创新、跨越时代和现场视觉创作,可说广受好评。

Artist-in-Residence with friends series 1

Details of the series and pricing package:
Venue: Toccata Studio , 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya ,Selangor, Malaysia.
Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248
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The ABCs of B-A-C-H, a piano-viola recital
Date and Time: 6 JULY 2013, 8.00pm
                          7 JULY 2013, 3.00pm
Guest violist: Andrew FILMER
Seminar & Master Class: 6 JULY 2013, 3.00 – 5.30pm
Mr. Filmer will be giving a rare demonstration on the Baroque, Classical and Modern Bows on the violin and viola with hands on experience for the participants.

The Year 1959…..
The Butterfly Lovers Violin Concerto & Shostakovich Cello Concerto No.1
Date and Time: 20 JULY 2013, 8.00pm
Christina Kai HUANG violin
Aamil SULAIMAN cello

Of Sonata Of Sounds - a piano solo recital 
Date and Time: 28 July 2013, 3pm
Pianist: Yann Shie OH

Admission by minimum donation
Piano solo
Viola Recital
Seminar & Master Class
RM100 Active Participant
(only 4 slots available)

RM25 Passive Participant
Seminar & Master Class +
Viola Recital
RM120 for Active Participants
RM50 for Passive Participants
The Year 1959
Package of three concerts

Artist-in-Residence Series I “With Friends”

TOCCATA Studio follows the traditional footsteps of established arts centres and institutions to introduce the Artist-in-Residence Programme – a residency opportunity which seems foreign and new in our local arts scene yet widely practised in other countries. TOCCATA Studio, being a space to provide all manner of creative people to reflect, research, present and produce, welcomes Yann Shie OH, the first Malaysian to graduate with a doctoral degree in piano performance from the prestigious Moscow State Tchaikovsky Conservatoire in Russia (alma mater of Rachmaninov, Scriabin, Richter, Gilels, Rostropovich, Gidon Kremer, Mikhail Pletnev & Ivo Pogorelich to name a few) to kick-start this project for 2013 with 5 concerts spanning over 3 weeks this summer.

An Artist-in-Residence programme allows a creative individual to explore his/her practise within another community; meeting new people; experiencing inspiration in a new location. It emphasizes the importance of multi-layered cultural exchange. Having said, our first series “With Friends” features an all-Malaysian team of musicians with different cultural and training background to delight the audience and music lovers with a detour of classical music from the 17th century Baroque era to present day; from China to Russia, each performance with a short introduction on the programme by our Artist-in-Residence.

The programme for Series I focuses on the collaboration with string instruments: apart from a piano-viola recital featuring Baroque and Classical works; a Viennese waltzing piano four hands (which happens to be the unofficial premier performance in Malaysia despite it being one of Schubert’s monumental composition of this genre) and two contrasting concertos (a violin and a cello) written in the same year yet 6,000km apart. You will also witness our Artist-in-Residence as she transforms the role of the modern day piano into the 17th century clavichord and juggles the sounds of various instruments in an orchestra.

TOCCATA Studio would like to thank Dr. Samuel KAM Sheung Woo for his avid support for our Artist-in-Residence programme and also extend our gratitude to Graceful Piano Sdn. Bhd.’s sponsorship for this particular Series I.

Trained in the USA, violist and researcher Andrew FILMER (of ¾ Malaysian Chinese and ¼ British) is a New Zealand International Doctoral Scholar, where he currently resides in. Specialising in alternative tunings and systematic variation, his performance interests covers mainly repertoire of the 17th, 18th and 21st Centuries. Mr. Filmer also holds a degree in journalism from the University Sains Malaysia, his articles and editions published in various music journals in the UK, the USA, Australia and New Zealand. The seminar and master class on 6th July 2013 will be an eye-opener for string players as he demonstrates the use of the Baroque and Classical bows on modern day violin and viola.

WONG Chee Yean received his training from the UK, the Netherlands and the USA before returning to Malaysia, where he lectures at various local universities and is known as an established accompanist. He is also an accomplished composer, with works being published in the Netherlands and premiered at the MPO Composers FORUM. He is also the official pianist for MPO’s High Winds Ensemble and was commissioned to compose for various music festivals locally and abroad.

The closing concert features the young cellist Aamil SULAIMAN, who is currently pursuing his Masters Degree in the USA and Christina HUANG, a semi-professional violinist with a degree in English Literature & Customer Relationship who diligently and passionately strives for perfection in music making.

Last but not the least, Yann Shie OH was remarked by Gary Graffmann – “I would love to hear more about you!” after her performance at the Oxford Philomusica Piano Festival in 2009. Known for her uncategorised interpretation on the keyboard, her versatility has taken her from giving talks, performing, producing and adjudicating to securing the position of acting stage manager for the renowned St. Petersburg Mariinsky Ballet and Theatre on their debut South-East Asian tour in 2011 at The Esplanade in Singapore. Having spent 10 years in Russia, Yann Shie’s residency at TOCCATA Studio enables her to utilities its platform to collaborate with musicians from all walks of life and to share her experience in music making with the local public.

Artist-in-Residence Series I “With Friends”

驻院艺术家系列之一 · “以音会友”

从创办至今历时一年有余,TOCCATA Studio 策划和举办了多种不同性质的音乐会,其中包括乐器, 舞蹈,声乐,还有座谈及文艺展览。今年夏天,TOCCATA Studio再次担当起前卫的角色,在我国推介“驻院艺术家”这个概念。其实,此概念对于其他国家的艺术团体和支持艺术活动的机构一点也不陌生;它甚至可说是艺术界的一个传统。不过在我国仍然新颖,所以TOCCATA Studio如今自告奋勇将这历久弥新的概念引进马来西亚,为各种创意领域的艺术家们提供一个交流和演出的空间。于此,TOCCATA Studio迎来旅俄钢琴家胡彦思 --- 第一位获得音乐界著名学府莫斯科柴可夫斯基音乐院演奏博士学位,主修钢琴,副修室内乐重奏及声乐伴奏的大马人。


  • 有钢琴搭配中提琴为大家带来的巴洛克和古典时期的乐章;
  • 一曲四手联弹的典型维也纳华尔兹也将首度在本地登场;
  • 以及两首皆创作于1959年对比强烈的协奏曲(小提琴和大提琴)。
观众也将有机会目睹彦思在键盘上不同的“触键” --- 除了将一现代钢琴转换成17世纪的击弦古钢琴来配合中提琴的曲目,还会在伴奏协奏曲同时模仿交响乐团里各种乐器的声音。

Andrew FILMER¾ 大马华人和¼英国人血统)在美国接受专业训练,刚刚在纽西兰获得博士学位的音乐学者,目前也居住在该国。他的专长是替代调音以及系统变化,擅17世纪、18世纪和21世纪的曲目,偶尔也会玩爵士音乐。他持有马来西亚理科大学的新闻学学士学位,其文字作品时常在英美纽澳等国的音乐杂志上发表。201363日所安排的讲座和大师班上,Andrew为大家讲解如何在现代的小提琴和中提琴上使用巴洛克和古典时期的弓,届时肯定让参与者大开眼界。

王志远在回马之前曾在英国、荷兰和美国三地学习与工作, 目前在本地数间大学任教,是本地著名的钢琴伴奏。他也是位作曲家,其作品曾在荷兰被发表和,也被选用在大马爱乐(MPO)的作曲家论坛系列。他也是MPO High Winds Ensemble的官方钢琴家,常受邀在我国和国外的许多音乐节、音乐会上演出。

720号闭幕音乐会上,为大家推荐青年留美在籍硕士生大提琴家Aamil SULAIMAN,以及黄凯女士,一位拥有英语文学与客户关系学位的业余小提琴手,却同时对古典音乐有无限热情及生生不息的完美追求。

异国十年寒窗促成彦思对人生,文化及艺术天马行空的想法,尤其在钢琴演绎上的独特见解更让她2009 年在英国牛津大学 Oxford Philomusica Piano Festival 得到 Mr. Gary Graffmann (郎朗美国的教授)不凡的评价 --- “I would love to hear more about you!” 除了钻研俄罗斯钢琴学派的悠久历史,彦思也钟情俄国文化,对俄语的掌握让她顺理成章的担当起居世界牛耳之St. Petersburg Mariinsky Ballet and Theatre 2011 9月莅临新加坡演出的舞台总监,表现深受好评,今年11月将再度被莫斯科 Bolshoi Ballet and Theatre 指定为在新加坡演出的舞台总监。彦思希望通过与 TOCCATA Studio 的合作,将她所吸取到的音乐,艺术精华和人生经验分享给本地的青年音乐学生和爱好音乐的朋友,与从事音乐教育的老师及音乐工作者们互换心得。

“驻院艺术家计划” 是一项非营利性的活动, 加上艺术工作坊本身就是非营利性质,所以需要社会人士的支持与赞助。在此我们特别感谢香港大学荣誉博士甘尚武先生对胡彦思和“驻院艺术家计划”的信心与支持,还有 Graceful Piano Sdn. Bhd. 钢琴行给这5 音乐会的赞助。

A piano recital by Penelope Chin

Date: 28 June 2013
Time: 830pm
Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor.
Admission: minimum donation RM10

J.S.Bach: Partita no.4
Mendelssohn: Phantasy Op.28
Tchaikovsky-Pletnev : Pieces from Sleeping Beauty Suite

Penelope Chin (陈佩莹) was born in Kuala Lumpur. She moved to Melbourne at the
age of 17 to pursue tertiary education, and studied with Dr Mark McGee. Before
moving to Melbourne, she studied with Loo Bang Hean. In 2011, she was awarded
distinction in Licentiate Performance Diploma by Trinity Guildhall and was
recognized by the Chief Examiner as an outstanding scholar. Recently, after
graduating from the Melbourne Conservatorium, she continues studying under the
guidance of Igor Machlak. She is also paying visits to her previous teacher, Loo
Bang Hean for advise when she returns to Kuala Lumpur. Apart from that, she is also
studying harpsichord continuo with Ann Murphy-Morgan. As a music student,
Penelope is very interested in musicology, particularly music analysis and historical
performance practice. She also has a hobby of learning languages and studying
cultural art.


“Explomania” Dance Performance

A prologue work “Explosion” symbolize a disaster enough to make it a metaphor for the end of the world; now “Explomania” a structured dance improvisation performance, describe how dancers and choreographers passion in creating this work, not the dance piece itself. But the engagement of full concentration from audiences, dancers, musician, choreographer, takes this entire art work into an explosive level, beyond imagination.
“Explomania” a group creation work by four choreographer/dancers from difference background. Performance detail as below,  
Date: 12/6/2013
Time: 830pm - 930pm, 10 minutes Q & A after show
Venue: Toccata Studio 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Entry by minimum donation rm20
Choreographer and Dancers:  Low Shee Hoe, Lim Thou Chun, Hii Ing Fung, Kyo Hong Xi Fan
Music: Ng Chor Guan and friends.


爆炸 隐喻末日之后,人们面临一场全新的开始 这次爆裂是一个分子激荡过程。我们各自独立的个体在某种动力的驱使下互相激荡,制造了更大的化学反应,而以另一个形态展现。先不说最后的结果是什么,在激荡分裂的过程所制造的晕眩、光芒、热感,都是有趣而值得探讨的。不管是舞者本身还是音乐人的创作,甚至现场的装置,都是值得让观众探索的。现场的经历和体验, 肢体语言和音乐语汇的结合, 发出什么样的火花?


日期: 12.6.2013 (星期三)
时间: 8.30pm – 9.30pm , (10 钟分享及问答环节)
地点:Toccata Studio 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
费: 最低捐款RM 20
编导、 舞者:刘诗豪,林道俊,许瑛纷,方兮凡。
乐: 黄楚原

Cake Project #7

Thanks to This & That Cafe for sponsoring us yummy red velvet cake!

Cake Project #7

a total of three proposal presented : 

  • 3 doors of horrors/ JAMES LEE
  • Now/ YEO
  • 3D Jalan Sultan/ SOH TEONG KOK

congratulations to winner of the day: JAMES LEE with his project 3 doors of horrors!

thanks to This&That Cafe for sponsoring us yummy red velvet cake!

see you at next cake project coming up August 2013 first sunday 3pm. 
if you have a proposal, please submit to us, if you do not have a proposal, please join us as voters!