Sunday, June 23, 2013

Chen Rueibin, a Chinese-Austrian born in Taiwan, continued his study under the legendary Lazar Berman. Chen has won medals in various international piano competitions. The recipient of many prizes, Chen was awarded the "Bösendorfer" prize in Vienna and was chosen by the Minister of Culture in Taiwan as the "Best Young Artist". Chen won the "Best Prize for Contributions to Music" at Salzburg International Music Festival and the "Albert Roussel Prize" in Paris . He was awarded the "Taiwan Millennium Best Artistic Performance Award" in 2000, the "Golden Melody Awards" for "Best Performance" and for "Best Album", and the "Character of Highest Potential" in Taiwan. Chen was also honoured by the County Supervisor of Greater Los Angeles County for promoting diplomacy between the United States and Taiwan through music with his solo recital.

Chen was named the Principal Soloist of "Moldova" Iasi and Tirgu Mures Philharmonic Orchestra in Romania.


28 November 2009 (Sat) 8pm
Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town HallTickets: $150, $120, $90


Conductor:Wai Sing-fat
Guest Conductors:Wang Fujian, Aik Yew-goh
Piano Solo:Chen RueibinHuqin Solo:Wong On-yuen
Hong Kong Music Lover Chinese OrchestraSpring Melody Chorus


Orchestra: As the Moon Rises (Ancient tune, Arr. Peng Xiuwen)

Pipa Leading: Kwan Lai-yee

Conductor: Aik Yew-goh

Orchestra: The Dragon (Law Wai-lun)

Conductor: Aik Yew-goh

Piano Concerto: The Yellow River (Yin Chengzong, Sheng Lihong, Chu Wanghua and Liu Zhuang, Arr. Liu Wenjin)

Piano Solo: Chen Rueibin

Conductor: Wang Fujian