The Macao Orchestra (OM) of the Cultural Affairs Bureau presents the concert “Flourishing Arts” this Friday (2 November) at 8pm at St. Dominic’s Church. Under the leadership of OM’s Assistant Conductor, Francis Kan, the Orchestra joins hands in this concert with Law Tak Yin and Kelly Chan Wing Ka, award winners at the 36th Macao Young Musicians Competition, and Shihan Wang, winner of the first prize for violin at the 2nd Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for Young Musicians. Admission is free by ticket which will be distributed at the concert venue on the day of performance, one hour before its start.
The concerts “Flourishing Arts” are part of OM’s educational concerts and continue to offer every year a platform for young musicians to showcase their talent. This year’s concert counts on performances by award winners of the 36th Macao Young Musicians Competition Law Tak Yin, winner of the first prize in the categories of Violin (Advanced Level) and String Concerto (Advanced Level), and Kelly Chan Wing Ka, winner of the first prize in the category of Flute (Advanced Level), who will respectively interpret Tchaikovsky’s Violin Concerto in D Major (1st movement) and Devienne’s Flute concerto No. 7 in E minor (1st movement). OM further cooperates with Shihan Wang, winner of the first prize in Group A in the violin category of the 2nd Zhuhai International Mozart Competition for Young Musicians, in an interpretation of Mozart’s Violin concerto No. 3 in G Major. The public is invited to witness the performances of these extraordinary young musicians.
Admission to the concert “Flourishing Arts” is free by ticket which will be distributed at the concert venue on the day of performance, one hour before its start; distribution is limited to two tickets per person and will be done on a first-come first-served basis. For more information and details, please visit the Macao Orchestra’s website at www.icm.gov.mo/om.