Four-Hands Piano Concert, dedicated to Class of 2020
For Such a Time as This
Music graduands Harris Leung 梁梓俊 (BA 2020) and Timothy Wong 王令聰 (BA 2020) will present a Four-hands Piano Concert “For Such a Time as This 此時· 此刻”, dedicated to their HKU Class of 2020 fellows in these unconventional times. Harris and Timothy are winners at various competitions for both piano duet and solo, including First Prize in piano four-hands class in the 19th Osaka International Music Competition
*The concert is supported by HKU Foundation and Development & Alumni Affairs Office.
Leung Tsz Chun, Harris
梁梓俊 (BA, Class of 2020)
Pianist Leung Tsz Chun has recently graduated as a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Music and Linguistics, with first class honours from the University of Hong Kong, where he studied piano with Amy Sze and harpsichord with Betty Li. He had acquired the Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (LRSM) with distinction during his study in the University.
He has won prizes at competitions for both piano duet and solo, including the First Prize in piano four-hands class in the 19th Osaka International Music Competition, and the third-place in the Gold Medal Award, 71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. He made his concerto debut with the Hong Kong University Students’ Union Philharmonic Orchestra in 2018, playing the first movement of Poulenc’s Piano Concerto in C-sharp minor.
Wong Ling Chung, Timothy
王令聰 (BA, Class of 2020)
Timothy Wong has recently graduated from The University of Hong Kong, majoring in Music and English Studies. He has been studying piano performance under the tutelage of Ms. Nancy Loo, a renowned pianist. Timothy was the first-prize winner of the Four-Hands Class at the 19th Osaka International Music Competition in 2018, and has won awards in many International competitions, including the Hong Kong Youth Music Open Competition. He had also given a solo recital in Loughborough, U.K..
Apart from being a soloist, Timothy actively participates in chamber music and often serves as an accompanist for choir, voice and other solo instruments. He was invited to perform Saint-Saëns Piano Concerto No.2 with the Union Philharmonic Orchestra, HKUSU.