Sat28Feb20157:30 pmEsplanade Concert Hall, Singapore
The Wilderness, Savage Land – An Opera in Concert, organized by Singapore Chinese Orchestra for Huayi Festival 2015, is adapted from renowned Chinese playwright Cao Yu’s classic play. Clarence Lee was performing as a guest pianist.
Tue17Mar2015Fri20Mar2015Royal University of Fine Arts, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
A four-day music workshop where Clarence taught a class of University students and teachers in Cambodia. In the sessions, participants were guided in developing a workshop appropriate for elementary and/or secondary students based on the 'Musical Futures' method which is hugely popular in the UK. Hosted by the Royal University of Fine Arts, these series of workshops were aimed at promoting and improving general music education in Cambodia by giving local music undergraduates and teachers the opportunity to gain new insights from different teaching methodologies currently used around the world which could be adapted and incorporated into their local music education system.
Sun12Apr20155:00 pmEsplanade Recital Studio, SingaporeComprising conservatory students from the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music , this flexible and versatile group focuses exclusively on works of the last forty years, performing internationally-recognised and iconic contemporary compositions by Singapore-based composers as well as compositions by current students from the composition faculty.Clarence Lee was concerto soloist in the Singapore Premiere of "Walks on Water" (for Piano and Ensemble), written by Acclaimed Singaporean composer Chen Zhangyi.
Sat02May20157:30 pmVictoria Concert Hall, Singapore
Organized by MW Events Management LLP.
"RACHMANINOV Prelude in C sharp minor, Op.3 No.2", "RACHMANINOV Ten Preludes, Op.23", "PHANG KOK JUN Waves WORLD PREMIERE", "LISZT Benediction de Dieu dans la solitude", "MOZART/LISZT Reminiscences de Don Juan"
Thu02Jul2015Fri03Jul20157:30 pmVictoria Concert Hall, Singapore
Organized by Singapore Symphony Orchestra.
In this President’s Young Performers Concert showcasing Singapore’s brightest musical stars, 24-year-old pianist Clarence Lee will perform the fiery solo part in the First Piano Concerto by Liszt, while 14-year-old violinist Kimberly Lo takes on the virtuosic Suite in A minor by Norwegian composer Christian Sinding. Associate Conductor Joshua Tan also conducts the orchestral version of Ravel’s Mother Goose which was inspired by popular fairytales.
Joshua Tan, conductor
Clarence Lee, piano
Kimberly Lo, violin
Brahms Tragic Overture
Liszt Piano Concerto No.1 in E-flat major
Sinding Suite in A minor, Op.10
Ravel Ma Mère L’Oye
Fri07Aug20157:30 pmSportshub, Singapore National Stadium
Clarence is currently the stand-in soloist for Lang Lang with the Metropolitan Festival Orchestra during rehearsals and also assistant conductor and coach/mentor for the piano groups involved. During the concert, Clarence be co-leading the group of 50 pianists together with Renowned Singaporean Pianists Mr. Benjamin Loh, Ms. Low Shao Suan and Ms. Low Shao Ying.
Sat03Oct20158:00 pmSingapore Conference Hall
Hong Kong Pre-Tour Concert. Clarence will be performing as Guest Pianist.
Tsung Yeh, conductor cum creative producer
Law Wai Lun & Lincoln Lo, composers
Bian Huibin, film editor
Su Zhangkai, resource editor
Director/Writer / Wu Yonggang
Cinematography / Hong Weilie
Cast / Ruan Lingyu, Zhang Zhizhi, Li Keng
Ruan Lingyu's The Goddess - A Silent Film Concert was co-produced by Esplanade - Theatres on the Bay, Singapore and Singapore Chinese Orchestra and first presented by Esplanade as part of its Huayi - Chinese Festival of Arts 2014. It received an enthusiastic response by all who experienced it. Released in 1934, The Goddess depicts the selfless love of a mother, and is legendary Chinese actress Ruan Lingyu's most representative work. Now, the film is set afresh to music by Singapore composer Law Wai Lun and Hong Kong composer Lincoln Lo.
Sat17Oct20158:00 pmAuditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall, HONG KONG
Clarence will be performing as guest pianist.
For more information, click here to visit the official Hong Kong concert site.