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khac-uyen-nguyen-01-web.jpgKhac-Uyen NguyenVietnamese-Chinese-Norwegian conductor was born in Hanoi in 1971 and began his musical studies on the violin at the age of 5 with his father.

He completed the BMus course at the Norwegian State Academy of Music in Oslo and then went on to the Guildhall School of Music for his Post Graduate study with David Takeno. As violinist, Khac-Uyen has been engaged in regular recitals in the UK, Norway, Germany and Vietnam. He was also a member of The Kristiansand Kammerorkester, Oslo Kammerorchester (Norway), Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie, Beethoven Halle Symphony Orchestra Bonn (Germany), Malmo Opera (Sweden).

In 2002, Khac-Uyen begun his Post-Graduate Conducting Course with Colin Metters at the Royal Academy of Music, thanks to Henry Wood Scholarship which enabled his studies. Khac-Uyen is the founder of the Ensemble Musicus Chamber Orchestra (EMCO), which was awarded the Concordia Prize toward it's London debut in September 2005. In November 2005, Khac-Uyen and EMCO performed the UK premier of Durufle's two orchestral works to critical acclaim. Khac-Uyen is also the guest conductor to Suffolk Sinfonia, I Maestri orchestra and Southend Symphony Orchestra. Beside working as a performing artist, Khac-Uyen is also active in the field education. He is teaching the violin and coaching chamber music for the Centre for Young Musicians (Morley College) and the Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College.





Angelo De Leonardis (Bassbariton), Gundl Aggerman (Flöte), Christian Schorn (Gitarre) und Ivan Mancinelli (Schlagzeug) agieren in dieser kammermusikalischen Erzählung, die bewusst improvisatorische Elemente einbezieht, sehr feinnervig und poetisch.