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P e r f o r m a n c e

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Lance performs as a recital and concerto soloist, collaborative pianist, répétiteur, chamber musician, and chorister.

His versatile career has brought him around the world and created many collaborations with world-class musicians.

If you are a performer or concert organiser and would like to explore the possibility to collaborate, please get in touch.

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The listed works represent Lance's most recent solo repertoire only. Please contact for his full list of solo and concerto repertoire.

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Johann Sebasitan Bach

Das wohltemperierte Klavier I

Prelude and Fugue in C major, BWV 846

Prelude and Fugue in c minor, BWV 847

Prelude and Fugue in C-sharp major, BWV 848

Prelude and Fugue in c-sharp minor, BWV 849

Prelude and Fugue in D major, BWV 850

Prelude and Fugue in d minor, BWV 851

Prelude and Fugue in E-flat major, BWV 852

Prelude and Fugue in e-flat minor, BWV 853

Prelude and Fugue in E major, BWV 854

Prelude and Fugue in e minor, BWV 855

Ludwig van Beethoven

Fantasia in g minor, Op. 77

Ferruccio Busoni

Indianisches Tagebuch I, BV 267

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N e i l   L a t c h m a n

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The international career of the Trinidadian-born opera singer began in 1997. In London, he has performed at the Barbican Centre, the Royal Festival Hall, the Wigmore Hall, The London Palladium and St. John’s, Smith Square, the Wembley Arena amongst other venues. Neil has performed for various members of The British Royal Family and regularly opens world events such as the Expo '99 in China and the Summit of the Americas in 2009. Conductors have included Richard Hickox, Sir Charles Mackerras, Martyn Brabbins, Farnoosh Behzad and John Wilson.

Neil and Lance met shortly before the latter graduated from the Royal College of Music. They have been performing together since.

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G o r d o n   L e e

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Harmonica player Gordon Lee garnered international attention when he won the champion prize at the prestigious 8th World Harmonica Festival in Germany in 2017. A Hong Kong native, he has performed at Carnegie Hall in New York, MuTh Concert Hall in Vienna, the Esplanade in Singapore and at the International Harmonica Festival in Seoul. He has appeared as a soloist with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and the Asian Youth Orchestra.

Gordon and Lance began performing together when they were teenagers. Their collaboration has brought them around the world, including the Carnegie Hall amongst other places.

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W o n g   K a   W i n g   K a r e n

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Karen was born in Hong Kong and is pursuing her Artist Diploma at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama under Philippa Davies, Sarah Newbold, Ian Clarke, Christopher Green, and Lisa Beznosiuk.

Karen is a frequent prizewinner in competitions and has performed in the Carnegie Hall, the Berliner Philharmonie, the Royal Albert Hall amongst other places. She is also a devoted chamber and orchestral player. Her ensembles include the EnsemBouquet, the Penserio Ensemble and Trio de Lumière.

Karen and Lance met at The Chinese University of Hong Kong and have been performing together since the former arrived in London.

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Jan 27・Recital・Wong Ka Wing Karen (fl/picc)・St Mary's, Aylesbury, UK

Lance Mok: Pastorale and Fioritura, Op. 14a (premiere)

Richard Stoker: Flute Sonatina, Op. 21

Samuel Barber: Canzone, Op. 38a

Ian Clarke: Orange Dawn (1992)

Mel Bonis: Flute Sonata in c-sharp minor, Op. 64

Paul Reade: Victoria Garden Kitchen Suite (1987)

Ian Clarke: Touching the Ether (2006)

Kevin Pang: 4 Pieces (2021)

Mar 6・Composition Recital・Jesse Chiu (cl), Ip Cheng Xin (vib)・Chapel, Churchill College,

Cambridge, UK

Mel Bonis: Flute Sonata in c-sharp minor, Op. 64

Mar 8・Women in Music・Wong Ka Wing Karen (fl)・Westminster Music Library, London, UK

Ludwig van Beethoven: Fantasia in g minor, Op. 77

Alexander Scriabin: 2 poèmes, Op. 63

Cyril Scott: 5 Poems (1912)

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Gretchen am Spinnrade, D 118

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Der Wanderer, D 493

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Erlkönig, D 328

May 1・Recital: Poesy・Acton Hill Church, London, UK

Ludwig van Beethoven: Fantasia in g minor, Op. 77

Cyril Scott: 5 Poems (1912)

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Gretchen am Spinnrade, D 118

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Der Wanderer, D 493

Franz Schubert (trans. Franz Liszt): Erlkönig, D 328

May 14・Recital: Poesy・St Michael's, Sittingbourne, UK