Piano Recital by Alyssa Kok for Hope for Orphans International
Experience a captivating evening with the gifted pianist Alyssa Kok as she returns for another enchanting piano recital. On October 13th at 6:30 pm, prepare to be mesmerized by her skillful performances in 'Melodies of the Heart.' During this event, she will debut her new composition. By attending this magical recital, you will show your support and care for orphans, as all ticket sales will be dedicated entirely to Hope for Orphans International. Join us to immerse yourself in beautiful melodies, embrace compassion, and be part of a transformative evening where music and generosity unite. Together, we will bring hope, love, and the promise of a brighter future to these children.
About the Artist:
Alyssa Kok, an award-winning Singaporean classical pianist and historical keyboardist, graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in piano performance in Salzburg, Austria at the age of 18 with full distinctions and recently, with her Master of Arts (distinction) in Katowice, Poland at the age of 20. A winner of over 30 top prizes in international piano competitions including a recent first prize at a concerto competition, she has performed in concert extensively in Europe, North America, Israel and Asia and worked with several important orchestras. She is also versatile with early keyboard instruments including the fortepiano, harpsichord and clavichord and is currently learning the organ. As a budding composer, she premiered her first official composition (lasting 15 minutes) in recital in Katowice, Poland. She has initiated charity projects through classical music in Israel, Singapore and New Zealand. She is fluent in English, German, Mandarin and Polish.
More information about the artist at: alyssakok.com
F. Liszt: Hungarian Rhapsody No. 12 in C-sharp Minor S. 244
R. Schumann/F. Liszt: Widmung
R. Schumann: Selections from Fantasiestücke Op. 12 –
Des Abends, Aufschwung, In der Nacht, Traumes Wirren
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Alyssa Kok: premiering her new composition