This is a series of podcasts captured from live/video chats with HKU MUSE Artists at the University of Hong Kong, hosted by professors in the Music Department. Find out what music resonates in the artists’ minds in challenging times, how their musical journeys unfold, and their thoughts on the works that they present in the HKU MUSE Concert Series. Many of the episodes have an accompanying Spotify playlist with the music discussed during the conversation.
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Widely recognized as one of today’s finest interpreters of Franz Schubert, celebrated tenor Ian Bostridge talks about Schubert’s song cycles, Die schöne Müllerin and Winterreise, and his own journey as a scholar-turned-vocalist. To accompany this epi... more
"Hope you love the endless, abstract, and powerful message of this work..." Recorded during his visit in 2015 at HKU, pianist Konstantin Lifschitz discussed with Prof. Daniel Chua the art of playing J.S. Bach's The Art of Fugue. An accompanying playl... more
Bach's 'The Well-Tempered Clavier' has laid the backbone of classical chromaticism, revealing the full-colour spectrum of all the 24 keys. Highly acclaimed as a Bach interpreter, pianist Angela Hewitt discusses the work's architecture, musicality, an... more
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