SUNDAY 19 MAY 2019 AT 4:00PM

MAHLER & TCHAIKOVSKY

About the Music

About the Performers

Ke Ma

The young Chinese pianist Ke Ma has won multiple prizes from the very earliest age. Studies in China, Canada, Poland and London have led to prizes at the Royal Academy of Music and at the Ettlingen and Shenzhen Piano competitions. Besides her solo career, Ke performs a lot of chamber music and in 2018 made her duo debut recital alongside British violist Timothy Ridout in Wigmore Hall.

Eliza Boom

Prize-winning Soprano, the young New Zealander Eliza Boom sings Mahler's "child's folk-song". Eliza grew up on the stage, singing with her parents and five siblings at churches across New Zealand. After learning Piano and singing during school years, Eliza decided to make singing her career and completed a BA at Vision College (2014) and a Post-Graduate in 2016.

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