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Fully implemented from April 2009, the Venue Partnership Scheme aims to foster a partnership between the venues and performing arts groups / organizations with the objectives of enhancing the artistic image and character of the venue and its partner, enlarging the audience base, optimizing usage of facilities, developing venue-based marketing strategies, facilitating arts sponsorship, encouraging community involvement in the development of the arts and promoting the arts in the community. The third round of the Scheme will be implemented from April 2015 to March 2018.


Our Venue Partners
Hong Kong Repertory Theatre and Hong Kong Sinfonietta are the Venue Partners of the Hong Kong City Hall.

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

 

Coming Programmes

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre
The Emperor, his Mom, a Eunuch and a Man
The Common Cold

Programme Enquiries: 3103 5900

For more details, please refer to the individual programme leaflet or visit the website of the Hong Kong Repertory Theatre at www.hkrep.com

Hong Kong Sinfonietta
Double Bass-Mania: Edicson Ruiz Plays Dittersdorf
Upclose Encounters: Class with Edicson Ruiz
Great Clarinet Concertos: Michael Collins Plays Mozart
Great Violin Concertos: Hyeyoon Park Plays Bruch
The Passage Beyond in Concert

Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336

For more details, please refer to the individual programme leaflet or visit the website of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta at www.HKSL.org

The presenter reserves the right to substitute artist and change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary. The contents of the programmes do not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.

 

 

 
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