Singapore Symphony Names VC Rising Star Chloe Chua as Artist-in-Residence


Within the unveiling of their 2022/23 season, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO) introduced that violinist VC Rising Star Chloe Chua will take up a brand new publish because the orchestra’s Artist-in-Residence. Aged simply 15, Chua has already carried out with the orchestra on various events.

As a part of her residency, Chua will carry out Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 5 at three concert events, considered one of which is a preview occasion that can be freed from cost for college kids. Alongside these performances, she’s going to make a number of recordings of works by Mozart and Vivaldi with the ensemble and its new Music Director Hans Graf.

Chua has already made an look with the SSO this yr, performing each Vivaldi’s The 4 Seasons and Locatelli’s D main concerto “The Harmonic Labyrinth” on the identical program in April.

We’re additionally very proud to announce because the upcoming season’s Artist-In-Residence, a unprecedented and valuable younger Singaporean violinist Chloe Chua,” stated Hans Graf.

“Since her win on the Menuhin Junior Competitors in 2018, her musical development has enchanted an ever-growing worldwide following. We’re completely happy to current her in 5 concert events with the orchestra, together with the continuation of our CD cycle of all Mozart works for violin and orchestra with the SSO and myself, to be launched as an album within the close to future.”

A scholar of Yin Ke on the Nanyang Academy of Effective Arts Faculty of Younger Abilities, Chloe’s latest solo engagements embrace performances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, China Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra, AFA pageant Orchestra, Salzburg Chamber Soloists, Russian Nationwide Youth Orchestra, Kammerorchester Basel, and the China Philharmonic Orchestra.

In 2018, she was awarded Joint First Prize within the Junior Division of the Menuhin Competitors — one of many youngest prizewinners within the historical past of the occasion

She at present performs on a 1729 violin by Peter Guarneri of Venice on a beneficiant mortgage from The Rin Assortment.