Date/Time
14 Jan
8:00AM
Address
Grand Hall, Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, HKU
Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, Centennial Campus The University of Hong Kong, Pokfulam, Hong Kong
Website

Hong Kong has more than cosmopolitan charm and a glamorous cityscape to offer. There is the retro side that appeals to those who hold ‘Old Hong Kong’ dear at heart. With that purpose, we are joining hands with the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild to pick out some of the most memorable works by local composers Chan Wing-wah and Richard Tsang. Joshua Chan, Chan Ming-chi, Kwok Hang-kei, Cheung Pui-shan, and Lam Lan-chee will present their new works on Hong Kong themes.

Hong Kong has more than cosmopolitan charm and a glamorous cityscape to offer. There is the retro side that appeals to those who hold ‘Old Hong Kong’ dear at heart. With that purpose, we are joining hands with the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild to pick out some of the most memorable works by local composers Chan Wing-wah and Richard Tsang. Joshua Chan, Chan Ming-chi, Kwok Hang-kei, Cheung Pui-shan, and Lam Lan-chee will present their new works on Hong Kong themes. The concert will be a wonderful cinematic experience interpreted through music, as snippets of life in the old days and now, the East-West influence that contribute to Hong Kong’s character, etc. are conjured up by the orchestra. True to our credo “radiating from Hong Kong and empowering Chinese music in the world”, we will show the diverse facets of our city to the world with music ‘made in Hong Kong’.