✶Finalists✶ Young Organist Competition 2021. Hong Kong Chapter, The American Guild of Organists

Hong Kong Chapter, The American Guild of Organists, is pleased to announce that 3 young organists have been chosen to compete in the Final Round of the “2021 Young Organist Competition”.

Based on their excellent performances and recommendations of judges in both the Preliminary Recording Round and live Semi-Final Round, Ivan Leung, Zoe Lei and Carlos Li are chosen to compete in the Final Round, in which each of them will perform a live 40-min program in the evening of August 1st, 2021 (Sunday) on the organ at Concert Hall, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. The Final Round is open to audiences aged 6 or above with free admission. Please stay tuned for tickets information & event starting time.

The Hong Kong Chapter is deeply grateful for jury members of the Semi-Final Round. Judges for the Semi-Final Round included Professor Johnny Poon (the inaugural Dr. Hung Hin Shiu Endowed Professor in Music, Associate Vice-President of Hong Kong Baptist University, & Head of Department of Music, HKBU) and Mr. Felix Yeung (Director of Music at St John’s Cathedral & Provincial Music Director of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui// Music Director of Die Konzertisten).

In addition, the Chapter is also extremely appreciative of the tremendous support from the donors of the “2021 Young Organist Competition”. Our donors include:

  • Ms. Alice Chan
  • Professor Johnny Poon
  • Mrs. Deborah Serianni
  • C.B. Fisk, Inc. – First Prize (HK$5,000)
  • Ms. L.K. Chan – Second Prize (HK$3,000)
  • Mr. & Mrs. Roger Lee – Third Prize (HK$2,000)

For enquiries, please email to agohongkong@gmail.com

Competition Committee,
Hong Kong Chapter, The American Guild of Organists

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