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Timothy Kwok


Praised for his “exquisite and refined” playing by the leading Hong Kong music critic Chow Fan-fu, pianist Timothy Kwok was trained at The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Indiana University, and the University of Cincinnati where he gained his Doctorate of Musical Arts in piano performance. His major mentors include Mary Wu, Edmund Battersby, Eugene Pridonoff, Elisabeth Pridonoff, and Vivian Montgomery. He has performed extensively in the States, Europe, and Asia. As an orchestral soloist, he was invited to give four performances of Chen Qigang’s piano concerto Er Huang, including the concerto’s Guangzhou and Foshan premières. He has also recorded for M. A. Recordings and RTHK Radio 4. During his stay in the States, Kwok was appointed as the only Tangeman Graduate Teaching Assistant of Early Music at the University of Cincinnati. He is currently a full-time lecturer at the Macao Polytechnic Institute, and is also a piano and harpsichord faculty member at The Chinese University of Hong Kong.

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