Across the Channel - a flute recital of some French and British music
ACROSS THE CHANNEL a flute recital of some British and French music Date & Time: 9th March 2013 @ 8pm, 10th March 2013 @ 3pm Venue: Toccata Studio, 19B, SS2/55, 47300 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia. Admission: minimum donation RM30 Contact: 016-3618504, 014-2486248 Blog: www.mytoccata.blogspot.com FB: Toccata Studio
"Across the Channel" a flute recital will be held on March 9, 8pm and March 10, 3pm at the Toccata Studio at 19B, SS2/55, Petaling Jaya. Flutist Foo Chie Haur and pianist Oksana Lipinski will bring to the audience British and French flute music ranging from Charles Nicholson to Francis Poulenc. Special guest player Oboist Howard Ng Su Chee will join in for Madeleine Dring piece, Trio for Flute, Oboe and Piano.
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.
Flutist Foo Chie Haur started playing the flute at the age of 17. He has studied with Trevor Wye, Hristo Dobrinov, Yukako Yamamoto and Sofia Cosme. He is currently principal flutist with National Symphony Orchestra. His musical endeavors has brought him to WASBE International Youth Wind Orchestra in Singapore, Canton International Summer Music Academy in Guangzhou, China, as well as tours to major Asian cities with Asian Youth Orchestra. He has also performed with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and Macau Orchestra. He also involved with Dama Orchestra where he had the chance to perform in various local theatre productions. Besides holding Fellowship (FTCL) Recital Diploma of Trinity Guildhall, Chie Haur also holds a Bachelor Degree in Science.Pianist Oksana Lipinski’s affection for the piano began in Germany at the age of 8, where she showed great musical talent and passion. She continued to develop over her childhood years, frequently taking part in national competitions such as “Jugend Musiziert,” winning first prize 4 years running, and the “Karel Kunc competition,” again winning first prize, which culminated in being selected as the soloist for the City Orchestra during their tour of Hungary. She earned her BMus (piano) at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Cardiff. She also continued to show her performance abilities by winning the Eric Hodge Memorial Competition. She is currently using her passion for music and piano to teach others in Kuala Lumpur and has specialised her playing to become a sought after chamber musician and accompanist. Howard Ng Su Chee, a native of Kota Kinabalu and a graduate of Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music Singapore, Howard Ng Su Chee is currently principal oboist of National Symphony Orchestra. As an orchestral musician Howard has performed with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Asian Youth Orchestra in 2010 and 2012, Singapore Festival Youth Orchestra, Orchestra of Music Makers Singapore and Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, where he was also a pioneering member. In the past Howard has appeared as soloist with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and Malaysian Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.