Rose Hsien (violin) with Ivan Moshchuk (piano) - Hattori Foundation Rush-Hour Recital at 1901 Arts Club

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Part of the Hattori Foundation Rush-Hour Recital Series. Young Taiwanese violinist Rose Hsien is emerging as one of the most sought after young violinists internationally. She is a winner/finalist in many international competitions, including the Yehudi Menuhin International Violin Competition, the 6th International Tchaikovsky Competition for Young Musicians, the Annual Conservatory Concerto Competition in Singapore, the International Music Festival's Competition in Rhodes, Greece, the International Debussy-competition at the Salzburg Mozarteum and the Gold Medal competition and the Max and Peggy Morgan Prize at the Guildhall School, a Silver Medal from the Worshipful Company of Musicians of UK, and recently, a Gold Medal from the 2017 1st Berliner International Music Competition. Rose has appeared as a soloist with the Philharmonia Orchestra (as part of the Hattori Foundation Concerto Debut Prize), Prague Philharmonic Orchestra, De Havilland Philharmonic, Russian Symphony Orchestra, Voices of Spring Symphony, the National Hsinchu University of Education of Arts Symphony Orchestra, the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory Orchestra, and the Guildhall Symphony Orchestra. After being selected for "TIHMS New Masters on Tour", her European tour included a debut at the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and Slovakia's Philharmonic and recently she gave a very successful tour of Japan and Prague, which included Rudolfinum's Dvorak Hall. She has also performed in Carnegie Hall in New York and in London, at the Barbican, Purcell Room and Wigmore Hall. Future engagements include a worldwide recital tour in the UK, Europe, US, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan's famous Suntory Hall. This summer, pianist Dame Mitsuko Uchida invited Rose personally to the Marlboro Music Festival in Vermont, USA. Born in Taiwan, Rose Hsien began her violin studies at a young age and at 14, she was admitted to the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music of the National University of Singapore, as one of the youngest students of the conservatory studying with Prof Qian Zhou. There she gained her BMus. Then, she furthered her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London under Prof David Takeno. Currently, she is pursuing a PhD at the Royal Academy of Music in London. Rose is a previous Hattori Foundation award winner: debut prize, senior 2014-16 & junior 2012-2013.

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1901 Arts Club

7 Exton Street
0207620 3055

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