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Piano Concert

1. Uthuli Samarasekara    Rhapsody in g minor Op.79 No.2 / J. Brahms 

2. Joshua Chantara. Sonata in C Major, K.545 / W.A. Mozart 

3. Sophie Koh    Sonata in D Minor, K.9; L.413 / D. Scarlatti

4. Emily Chantara.  The Wild Rider / R. Schumann 

5. Evie Koh   Minuet in G Minor, from J.S.Bach's Notebook for Anna Magdalena Bach / C. Petzold

6. Jasper Li.  Sonatina in G Major, Anh.5, 2nd mvt, Romance / L.van Beethoven

7. Emilie Glasson.  Musette / Anon

8. Makayla Jiang    Go tell Aunt Rhody / Folk Song

9. Sara Wiputra   Christmas-Day Secrets / T. Dutton

10. Victoria    Ecossaise  / J.N. Hummel

11. Edward Li.  Sonatina in G Major, Anh.5, 2nd mvt, Romance  / L.van Beethoven

12. James Li  Sonatina in C Major, Op.36 No.1, 3rd mvt, Vivace / M. Clementi

13. Ellie Sloan    Sonatina in C Major, Op.55 No.1, 1st mvt, Allegro / Fr. Kuhlau

14. Maya Fung.  Arabesque, Op.100 No.2 / J.F. Burgmuller

15. Millie Sloan   Minuet I, ll, from Partita in B-flat Major, BWV 825 / J.S. Bach 

16. Alison Li.  Sonata in C Major, K.545, 1st mvt, Allegro / W.A. Mozart 

17. Max Solomon.  Fur Elise, WoO59 / L.van Beethoven

18. Candice Hendrawan.  Sonatina in F Major, 1st mvt, Allegro assai / L.van Beethoven

19. Yarra Jackson  Sacro-monte  No.5 from Cinq dances gitanes Op.55  / Joaquin Turina

20. Celine Soo. Impromptu, Op.90 No.2 in E flat Major  / Fr. Schubert 

21. Meredith Lau Nocturne in cis minor op. Posthumous  / Fr. Chopin

22. Johanna Li. Liebestraum No.3 in A flat Major / Fr. Liszt 

23. Candace Xi.  Prelude Op.1 No.7 / K. Szymanowski 

24. Tiana Soo.  Concerto No.1 in E major, Op.11  / Fr. Chopin 

Presentation Certificate


Brahms's "Rhapsody No. 2" is a passionate and powerful composition inspired by Hungarian folk music. Influenced by the friendship with composer Liszt, Brahms embraced a fervor for Hungarian themes. This rhapsody is characterized by its passionate nature, strong melodies, and virtuosic piano elements.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed a total of 626 works, showcasing his prodigious talent. Despite a short life, he only lived to the age of 35, Mozart had already created three operas, six symphonies, and hundreds of other compositions by the age of 12. His genius not only impressed his contemporaries but continues to evoke admiration for his astonishing compositions to this day.


Schubert, renowned as the "king of lieder," created many masterpieces in German art songs. Despite his brief life, he expressed a distinctive personality across a wide range of works, from his youth to his final years. The impromptus in Schubert's repertoire can be considered as compositions that effortlessly adapt his art songs into piano pieces.

"Liebesträume" No. 3 in A-flat major, S.541-3, is a solo piano piece composed by the Hungarian pianist and composer Franz Liszt (1811-1886). Originally written as lieder (art songs), Liszt later arranged the three pieces for piano when he was 39 years old, giving them the subtitle "Three Notturnos."

Did you know ?

In Liszt's time, there were no idols or character goods, However, Liszt, a tall and handsome virtuoso pianist capable of producing world-class, sometimes intense and sometimes sweet melodies, captivated the hearts of noblewomen of that era. Capitalizing on this, a chocolate company began selling chocolates featuring Liszt's portrait, turning it into an instant hit. Liszt became the main character in a series of products, showcas

Composed by Frédéric Chopin at the age of 20 in 1830, this piano concerto, often referred to as his first, had its premiere with Chopin himself as the soloist.
Despite its numerical order, it was composed after the second concerto. The piece beautifully combines classical elements with Chopin's sweet and distinctive style, showcasing a balance of Polish folk simplicity.
The piano introduces itself with power and drama, quickly shifting to a sweet and poignant expression.
During this period, Chopin was romantically drawn to a soprano singer from his music academy, adding a tender touch to the melodies.
Notably, Chopin left Poland right after composing this concerto, never to return, enhancing its romantic aura.

Merry Christmas

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