巴羅克室樂導賞音樂會Baroque Chamber Music Concert & Appreciation
想至身在一座懷舊法式Art Deco 風格的大宅內欣賞一場導賞音樂會? 雅樂合奏團將於11月18日晚在
時間: 下午5時正， 晚上8時正（已滿）
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Join us for a cultural evening at an historic French Villa with live chamber music concert in
Happy Valley on 18th November presented by Concerto da Camera. No.54 Village Road, Happy
Valley is a Grade III Historical Building with the architectural style of Art Deco built in 1925.
Programme featuring composers from the Baroque Period, from J.S.Bach, Handel, Fasch,
Corelli to Finger ‘s ground music, playing on period instruments such as the recorders, bassoon
and harpsichord after the 18th century. Our musicians will guide you through the music and you
are welcome chat with us too!
It is free admission, reservation online via Google Form from our website or Facebook. See you
Parnter with Po Leung Kuk Community Youth Art Development Scheme
Date: 18th November , 2017 (Sat)
Time: 5p.m. or 8p.m.( Full House)
Venue: 54 Village Road, Happy Valley, Hong Kong
Admission: Free. Online reservation via Google form at our website or Facebook
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Concerto da Camera is a non profit art organization with charitable statues recognized by Inland
The presenter reserve the right to change the artists or programme.
巴羅克室樂導賞音樂會Baroque Chamber Music Concert & Appreciation
地點: 澳門龍頭左巷10號(亞婆井前地 對面)
查詢電話: (852) 2825 2825
Join us at one of Macau’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites, The Mandarin’s house
for an afternoon chamber music concert and appreciation! This historical house
complex originally own by the Zheng family from the Qing dynasty and was
completed in 1869. It has a tradition Cantonese style of Lingnan architectural with
western classical influence in the decoration. The Macau Band Directors
Association presents Concerto da Camera, a chamber music ensemble to feature
music from the Baroque Period. J.S.Bach, Handel, Fasch, Corelli and Finger ‘s
ground music will be playing on period instruments such as the recorders, bassoon
and harpsichord after the 18th century. Our musicians will guide you through the
music and you are welcome chat with us after the performance too !
This is event is for all age with free admission and see you there!
Date: 19th November , 2017 (Sun)
Time: 4 p.m.
Venue: No.10, Travessa de Antonio da Silva
Tel: (853) 2825 2825
The presenter reserve the right to change the artists or programme
Concerto da Camera’s Master Series
Dr. Sonia Lee 李敏琪博士
Pianist/ Historical keyboardist/ Teacher/ Scholar
日期 Date: From 17th Nov., to 21st Nov., 2017
私人課 Private lessons
For who to join?
- Instructions offered on the technique and interpretation of piano
repertories from the 17th to the 21th century, including Jazz.
- All levels welcome
( ABRSM/ Trinity Grade 5 to Diploma).
- Flash course on Baroque figured bass accompaniment (basso
continuo) and improvisation for pianists in chamber / orchestral music
- Accompaniment for instrumentalists and singers are welcome.
- Coaching on the preparation of program notes
- Presentation and for theory and composition exams
- 教授巴羅克數字低音伴奏法及即興技巧, 適合室內樂及管弦樂合奏的鍵
查詢電話及預約/Enquiry and booking tel/ whatapp : 97313388
Biography of Dr. Sonia Lee
Canadian scholar-performer Sonia Lee has given performances, talks
and masterclasses in more than eighteen countries on four continents.
Her performances have been praised by critics as "masterly" (Aliénor
News & Notes), "nicely rendered" (Early Music America Magazine), "full
of elegance and expression" (Cleveland Classical), and possessing
"grace and flair" (Sounding Board, British Harpsichord Society). She
is a laureate of the Mae & Irving Jurow International Harpsichord
Competition, the Montréal Baroque Galaxie-CBC Rising Star
Competition, the Canadian Music Competition, and the American
Musical Instrument Society William E. Gribbons Award.
A performer on pianos of all periods, harpsichord, clavichord, and
organ with a versatile repertoire spanning from the 16th to the 21st
century, she has appeared as soloist and collaborative artist at
numerous festivals and venues, among them: the early music festivals
of Utrecht, Boston and Costa Rica, Rome Festival, Nordic Historical
Keyboard Festival, Early Keyboard Music Cycle of Buenos Aires,
Midtown Concerts of New York, Milwaukee Museum of the Pianoforte,
Handel House Museum of London, KEK-Japan Concerts, the Early
Music Colorado Fall Festival, National Music Museum of Vermillion,
Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Taipei National Concert Hall, and the
Olympus Hall of Seoul.
Among the esteemed groups she has worked with include the
Classical Chamber Players, La Donna Musicale, Concerto Urbano, the
Buon Tempo String Quartet, the Rome Festival Orchestra and Opera,
Sinfonia da Camera, Concerto da Camera, Camerata Antiqua Seoul,
Les Jeunes Virtuoses de Montréal, Pittsburgh Baroque Ensemble,
Musicerend Gezelschap, Amor Musicae, and La Réunion Musicale, of
which she is the Founding Artistic Director. As guest conductor, she
has appeared with the University of Illinois Collegium Musicum, Dulces
Exuviae, and Phantasie String Orchestra.
A strong advocate of contemporary and interdisciplinary projects, she
has performed works by such prize-winning composers as Dagmar
Feyen, James Dorsa, Kent Holliday, Asako Hirabayashi, Peter
Machajdík, Luis Mucillo, Hyo-Shin Na, and herself, and for concerts
organized by Aliénor. She has been invited as artist-in-residence to a
variety of institutions and institutes, including the prestigious La
Napoule Art Foundation in France and the Piccola accademia di
Montisi in Italy.
Her discography includes collaborations with the Classical Chamber
Players, La Donna Musicale, and La Réunion Musicale, featuring
rediscovered music of Antonia Bembo (ca.1640–ca.1720), Joseph
Weigl (1766–1846), Leopold Kozeluch (1747–1818), and Thomas
Vincent (ca.1720–1783). Upcoming releases include the "Eight Suits
of Lessons for the Harpsichord" by Georg Berg (ca.1730–1775), of
which the only surviving printed copy is preserved in the private
collection of Ton Koopman, and "Premier livre de pièces de clavecin"
by Charles Demars (1702–1774). Her performances have been
broadcast on radios in Canada, U.S., and Hong Kong.
As a scholar, Dr. Lee's interests focus on all aspects of historical
keyboard instruments and rediscovered sources from the 18th and
19th centuries. Her doctoral dissertation, titled "The Harpsichord: A
Research and Information Guide," is an exhaustive annotated
bibliography that serves as a guide and reference manual for anyone
researching the harpsichord and its related topics, including
harpsichord making and maintenance, harpsichord music, and
performance practice. She has contributed biographical articles on
Wanda Landowska, Claudio Arrau, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Jean-Pierre
Rampal, August Wenzinger, and Lauritz Melchior to two reference
series, "Musicians and Composers of the 20th Century" (Salem Press,
2009) and "Great Lives from History: Latinos" (Salem Press, 2012),
and has presented at conferences organized by such organizations as
the American Musical Instrument Society, the Historical Keyboard
Society of North America, the Southeastern and Midwestern Historical
Keyboard Societies, and various music teachers associations.
Lee has served as adjudicator for many competitions and festivals,
including the Antelope Valley Symphony Orchestra Bach Piano
Competition, the Aliénor International Harpsichord Composition
Competition, and the Illinois High School Association Solo and
She has also given master classes and lecture-performances at
numerous institutions, among them: Temple University (US), Millersville
University (US), West Chester University (US), University of Notre
Dame (US), Eastern Illinois University (US), Indiana Wesleyan
University (US), University of Waterloo (Canada), McGill University
(Canada), University of Cambridge (UK), Universidad de Costa Rica
(Costa Rica), Conservatorio Provincial de Música Julián Aguirre
(Argentina), Tainan National University of the Arts (Taiwan), and the
Chinese University of Hong Kong (China). Her excellence in teaching
has been recognized by a number of awards, including the “University
of Illinois Teachers Ranked as Excellent.”
Dr. Lee completed her undergraduate and master's studies at McGill
University in Montreal, and holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in
Performance and Literature from the University of Illinois, where she
took additional doctoral work in Musicology and Library and
Information Science. She also holds a Certificate in Public and
Nonprofit Management from the Harvard Kennedy School Executive
Education. Her performance teachers have included Charlotte Mattax,
Hank Knox, Luc Beauséjour, Joyce Lindorff, Allison So, Sr. Lucile
Gagné, and Kenneth Gilbert, and she has studied in masterclasses
with Arthur Haas, Andrew Willis, David Breitman, and Malcolm Bilson.
Lee has taught at Illinois Wesleyan University and more recently at the
Desert Baroque Workshops in California. She is past Thesis and
Dissertation Reviewer of the School of Music of the University of
Illinois, and has served as the Editor of the Midwestern Historical
Keyboard Society Newsletter (2009–2011) and the HKSNA Newsletter
Lee is currently serving her second term as the President of the
Historical Keyboard Society of North America (HKSNA) and has served
as a board and advisory member of numerous regional and
international arts, cultural and social-service organizations. Visit www.