“We need more of this, and more acts. Do a lecture-recital. Oh, and include our lecturers! Mr. Justin, Miss Lina.. all of them!” -Aina Abdul and Kimberly, 1st year Contemporary Music students. The contemporary music concert by UCSI University’s Institute of Music (IMus) created an understandable buzz almost a week before the event took place. … More IMus Alumni Homecoming: A Contemporary Evening
A performance major student is required to do a public recital to fulfill the program requirements. This is also known as Graduation Recital. These recitals are 45-50 minutes and admission is FREE. Click on the picture/link. It will bring you directly to the event page for more info!
UCSI University had the privilege to have both Jun Hong Loh and Abigail Sin perform at our Recital Hall on 26th May, 2015 during our lunchtime recital. Their programme consists of 6 pieces/sets of songs. The repertoire started off with Elgar’s Salut d’amour, Op. 12, a rather famous piece. I was very much intrigued … More More Than Music – A Violin-Piano Recital by Abigail Sin and Loh Jun Hong
Date: 2 April 2015, Thursday Time: 8 p.m. Venue: Le Quadri Ballroom, UCSI University, North wing campus FREE ADMISSION
Date: 6 March 2015, Friday Time: 1030am Venue: Recital Hall, South wing campus FREE ADMISSION =-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=- Austrian violinist David Frühwirth, born in Salzburg (Austria) “Mozart ́s Hometown” on June 15th 1974, started playing the violin at an early age of 6 and made his Debut at the age of 11 playing at the “Mozarteum Great … More Violin Masterclass by David Fruhwirth
Date: 12 September 2014, Friday Time: 1030am Venue: Recital Hall, South wing campus Performers: Tan Huey Ching – Resignation, Op. 59 by Charles Dancla (accompanist: Wun Chern Zhi) Lisa Chung – Romance in F major, Op. 50 by Beethoven (accompanist: Lee Lyn Sheng) Keng Xin Tian – Violin Sonata L140, III. Tres anime by Debussy (accompanist: Wun Chern Zhi) … More Violin Masterclass with Prof. Anna Kandinskaya
** to read about Part 1, click here ** After the intermission, it was time for Round 2 of more fun, entertainment and further walk down memory lane! We had 2 woodwind instruments, together with 2 harmonicas and a band…all in one ensemble. Contemporary Woodwind Band? Woodwind Jazz Ensemble? Either way, don’t be fooled by their