Jointly presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and Asia Society Hong Kong Center
A limited number of tickets will be available for sale at URBTIX from 21 March (Thursday) onwards.
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|Miller Theater, Asia Society Hong Kong Center (9 Justice Drive, Admiralty, Hong Kong)
Throughout the history of the East and the West, music and literature had come together myriad times not only because there is a close relationship between poetry and rhythm in music, but also because composers down the ages have been inspired by various types of literature to create operas, songs, instrumental music such as symphonies and tone pictures, etc. In this forum on literature and music, Dr. Chan Hing-yan, who is on the faculty of the Department of Music of the University of Hong Kong and a composer, will meet Leung Man-tao – writer, cultural worker and commentator on topical issues - to discuss what happens when music and literature meet and more.
Please refer to the Chinese version for details.
Tickets available from 2 February onwards at all URBTIX outlets, on Internet and by Credit Card Telephone Booking.
Half-price tickets available for senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder, full-time students and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) recipients (Limited tickets for CSSA recipients available on a first-come-first-served basis).
10% off on purchase of both programme of ‘Forum: Music in Literature’ and ‘A Poet and His Muse – A concert featuring the poetry of Yu Kwang-chung’
Patrons can enjoy only one of the above discount schemes for each purchase. Please inform the box office staff at the time of purchase.
Running time of the forum is about 1 hour 30 mintues, without intermission.
Programme Enquiries: 2268 7321
Ticketing Enquiries: 2734 9009
Credit Card Telephone Booking: 2111 5999
Internet Booking: www.urbtix.hk
The presenter reserves the right to change the programme and substitute speakers should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.
The content of this programme does not represent the view of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department and Asia Society Hong Kong Center.