30 November, 2013
The Liberal Art University in Hong Kong
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On 6 November, Argentinean flutist and composer Mr Eduardo Tami; Mr Chau Chuck-jee, member of the piano duo group Duetissimo; Mr Ivan Kung, Manager of The Hong Kong Tertiary Students’ Ensemble and its members collaborated in the Concert@Lingnan: Tango Argentina Passion on campus. 

Led by Mr Tami, Four Seasons and the works of the late tango maestro Astor Piazzolla (1921-1992) including Adios Nonino and Libertango in native Tango style were presented.

Born in 1952 in Buenos Aires, Eduardo Tami began his professional career specialising in the transverse flute at the conservatory “Juan José Castro”. He recorded his first Tango CD in 2002 and now has 8 CDs in total. He has toured Asia, Europe and America as a tango performer and historian for more than 10 years.

Established in 2005, the Hong Kong Tertiary Students’ Ensemble (HKTSE) is a non-profit organisation of professionally trained music students and graduates from Hong Kong. With the passion and vision of delivering high quality educational music performances for classical music lovers – especially to young appreciative audiences, HKTSE has developed different themes for each concert, aiming to introduce innovative, interesting and educational music programmes to the public through narration and vivacious interactive demonstration.