April 17, 2015
Following a successful recital at the Huntington Library, Cho-Liang Lin hosts a masterclass at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center on April 20. A perennial guest of the Chamber Music Society, Lin brings his extensive knowledge of interpretation and technical expertise to the next generation of chamber musicians.
The masterclass is open to the public with free tickets required for entrance. It will also be streamed live on ChamberMusicSociety.org for those unable to attend in person.
April 08, 2015
On April 9, Cho-Liang Lin will perform with celebrated pianist Ayke Agus at the Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens after being named its 2015 Artist-in-Residence.
The program, the first of two public offerings by Lin at the Huntington, will highlight Chinese composers working in Western orchestration and will take place in the Clear and Transcendent pavilion. Lin will return to the Huntington on May 1 for a concert of music by contemporary Chinese composers.
March 27, 2015
On March 31, Cho-Liang Lin reunites with colleagues David Shifrin, Hector del Curto, Alex Brown, Pablo Aslan, and Satoshi Takeishi for Lalo Schifrin’s Letters from Argentina, performed at the Yale School of Music. An ode to the Argentinian composer's homeland, Letters from Argentina premiered (with Lin on violin) at the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center in 2005 and has been revived in performances around the world in the decade that’s followed. A recording was released on Aleph Records in 2006.
March 31's performance, which includes a selection of Piazzolla's best-loved tunes, takes place at Morse Recital Hall on Yale's campus. Click here for tickets.