23.04.2016 19:30 澳門科大 N 座101室 Macau University of Science and Technology Auditorium N101
24.04.2016 17:00 東方基金會 Fundação Oriente
With showpieces like Paganiniana, Carmen Fantasy, and La Campanella, the highly-rated virtuoso and Macau Symphony Orchestra first violin Wang Hao will surely lift you out of your seats!
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王灝，出生於上海的音樂世家，自小隨父親學習小提琴，5歲登台演出。 8歲進入上音。在跟隨俞麗娜教授完成學業後繼續赴美深造。曾近南加州大學與Alice Schoenfeld學習，不久就進 Juilliard 師從著名的小提琴教育家Dorothy Delay 和林昭亮學習。後又考入新世界交響樂團繼續與北美的主要樂團首席們專門學習樂隊演奏。 2008年加入澳門樂團至今。
曾經獲得中國全國比賽第三名與美國 Westchester 音樂比賽的第一名，並與國內主要樂團合作演出包括上海愛樂，上海樂團，上音青年樂團， 廣州樂團，台北樂團，高雄樂團等。
學生們考入的大學包括上音、中央、台灣師大、Queensland University, Manhattan School of Music, University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music, Boston University, Peabody Institute of Music.
Wang Hao was born into a musical family in Shanghai. He first performed on stage when he was 5 and entered the Shanghai Music Conservatory at 8. After completing his studies with Professor Yu Lina, he went to the United States to study under Alice Schoenfeld of the University of Southern California, and later entered into Juilliard to study under renowned educator Dorothy Delay and Cho-Liang Lin. Wang then joined the New World Symphony Orchestra and honed his craft of orchestral performance, learning from some of the world’s top concertmasters. He has been playing with the Macao Symphony Orchestra since 2008.
Wang came in 3rd place in the Pan-China Violin Competition, took 1st place in the Westchester Music Competition in the US, and has worked with major Chinese orchestras including the Shanghai Philharmonic, Shanghai Orchestra, Shanghai Youth Orchestra, Guangzhou Orchestra, Orchestra of Taipei and Kaohsiung Orchestra.
Wang Hao is a distinguished soloist, with this being his 8th solo recital locally, having previously performed at University of Macau, Macau University of Science and Technology and Macao Conservatory. What’s unique and impressive is that he plays a completely different repertoire for each of his widely acclaimed recitals. To date, he has performed most if not all of the virtuosic violin works in the common repertoire.
As an instructor at the Macao Conservatory, his students have won numerous awards, including the Cultural Affairs Bureau Grand Prize, twice First Prize in the Concerto Competition, twice First Prize in the Advanced Category and multiple times Most Promising Musician Award. Total prizes awarded to his students exceed HK$400,000.
Dr. Victor Kam began studying the piano at the age of five. Growing up in Macau, he won multiple first prizes in Macau piano competitions while receiving lessons from his grandmother, a retired Shanghai Music Conservatory professor. While attending high school in Vancouver, he studied under pianist Eugene Skovorodnikov. He attended Cornell University where he majored in Physics and studied piano under Prof. Xak Bjerken. As an active student pianist, he collaborated with the Cornell Symphony Orchestra and was awarded the Ellen Gussman Adelson Prize.
While obtaining his PhD in Chemistry at Caltech, Dr. Kam regularly performed in chamber music concerts. Subsequently working in finance in New York City, he participated in many local concerts and performed at venues such as the esteemed Steinway Hall. Upon returning to Macau in 2012, Dr. Kam founded the Macau Classical Music Society to promote and increase awareness of classical music.