Live on 4 第四台音乐会
Tue 星期二 8pm
A metropolis with a population of 13 million, Tokyo accommodates about 100 venues suitable for musical performances. This month, we will relay to you four top-level performances recorded in Tokyo by NHK.
6/2: International Music Festival NIPPON 第五届NIPPON国际音乐祭
13/2: Angela Hewitt's Bach Odyssey I 休伊特的巴赫旅程I
20/2: Hamburg Symphony Orchestra 汉堡交响乐团
27/2: Latvian Radio Chorus 拉脱维亚电台合唱团
Fri 星期五 3pm
In collaboration with Wong Kin-ting, presenter of the programme, To Wing and Szeto Siu, renowned Cantonese music players, will share their music adventures, performance experiences, and long-time observations of the industry in this month's Music from China (Cantonese programme).
A Festival of Hogaku 邦乐巡礼
Sun 星期日 12pm
Traditional music in contemporary Japan is known as hogaku, a term in contrast to ongaku, which refers to serious and popular genres influenced by Western music developed since the Meiji Restoration. In this new series of Songs of the Earth (Cantonese programme), Christopher Pak will showcase selections of all major musical genres from the hogaku tradition.
Young Prodigies 少年音乐家
23/2 (Fri 五) 8pm
In Hong Kong Philharmonic's 'Young Prodigies' concert, 12-year-old violinist Hannah Tam, winner of the Andrea Postacchini International Competition in Italy, will be the soloist in Mozart's Violin Concerto No. 3.
(粤语节目) 星期六 1:10pm
(English Programme) Sun 1:10pm
Distinguished pianist and music educator Warren Lee will be the presenter of the Piano Exams programme. Tune in to hear him share his insights on the interpretation and appreciation of this year's selection of piano pieces.
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