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Free For All Recital Series: Ken-Ee Choong (Piano)
February 13 @ 1:10 pm - 1:45 pmFree
The Faculty’s featured recital series for student performers sees a wide variety of performances throughout term. Each week sees a variety of performances packed into a 30 minute concert slot. From classical to jazz, from solo to ensemble, anything is possible! Turn lunch into a fun and relaxing music feature every Wednesday during full term. Contact Lauren Hill at email@example.com if you would like to perform.
Scarlatti – Sonata in E major K380, Sonata in D minor K141
Debussy – Pour le Piano
Chopin – Ballade no. 4 in F minor op. 52
Rachmaninoff – Etudes-Tableaux in Eb minor op. 39 no.5, and in D major op. 39 no. 9
Ken-Ee is a second year undergraduate student reading music at Pembroke College, Oxford, after passing the prestigious FRSM with Distinction (2015), and achieving a 1st in the Gap Year Experience Programme at the Royal College of Music (2016). Ken-Ee enjoys performing repertoire in solo and chamber music, having won the South East School’s Chamber Music Competition in 2014 with Mendelssohn’s Piano Trio no. 1, and having played in concerts such as the Windsor Festival and charity events; a particularly memorable concert was held in the Royal Star and Garter home for paralysed and disabled soldiers. In March 2018, Ken-Ee performed in an Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra masterclass with the notable concert pianist Lars Vogt, who personally congratulated his playing. Outside of pianistic activities, Ken-Ee is involved in Oxford’s wider musical scene as Treasurer of the Oxford University Music Society.