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IntroductionBased in Estonia where singing is a national passion, Hong Kong-born Chan Ka-bo has established himself as a soloist of the Grammy Award-winning Estonian National Male Choir. As one of very few active Hong Kong countertenors today, his performances in Europe, Russia and China have been met with acclaim.
In the serene and unique setting of the classical Chinese Nan Lian Garden, don’t miss this opportunity to witness Chan Ka-bo’s eagerly awaited homecoming, as he performs two concerts with the Estonian guitarist and theorbist Kristo Käo. Kristo will be performing some solo works with guitar and theorbo as well.
Some of the most beautiful melodies by Handel (the well-loved Lascia ch'io pianga), Purcell and the great Elizabethan composer and lutist, John Dowland, will be featured in their absorbing first concert, devoted to 16th and 17th century music.
Moving forward from the Baroque and Renaissance eras, their second programme offers another tranquil escape with Schubert’s Ave Maria, Brahms’ Lullaby and many art songs as well as guitar solos written by German and Estonian composers.
Be ready to be astounded by this rare, gifted voice.
MUSICIANSTheorbo / Torres Guitar
PROGRAMME4 Mar 2017, 3:00pm
Sì dolce è'l tormento, Quel Sguardo Sdegnosetto
Come Again, Flow My Tears, I Saw My Lady Weep
Music For a While, If Music be the Food of Love
Lascia ch'io pianga from Rinaldo, Ombra mai fu from Serse
and theorbo music by Kapsberger and Castaldi
4 Mar 2017, 7:00pm
Ave Maria, Ständchen, Danksagung an den Bach
and songs and guitar music of Estonian composers including Kapp, Sink, Jõeleht and Eespere