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Music

Verdi & Wagner Year – Opera.Life
Celebrating the 200th anniversary of the birth of two glorious opera composers in a programmes series of great variety.

Dresdner Philharmonie
Acclaimed as ‘beautiful tone and great musicality’, the Dresdner Philharmonie together with dazzling young violinist Julia Fischer will make their Hong Kong debut this October. Two sets of programme include Prelude by Wagner, Violin Concerto by Dvořák and Brahms, and Symphony No. 7 by Beethoven.

Opera: Wagner’s
The Flying Dutchman

A Cast of International Singers
An Opera in 3 Acts performed in German with Chinese and English surtitles

Dance

Suddenly / Frida by Y-Space
Frida

Feet, what do I want them for if I have wings to fly?
Suddenly
Things that happen suddenly are in fact not so sudden...

Ballet Appreciation Lecture Series V
This series focuses on appreciation of full-length ballets and short pieces from different periods.


Ballet Nacional de España (Spain)
Programmes will include Farruca, a short piece performed by three male dancers; a group dance with the music Bolero and Medea, a piece adapted from a myth in ancient Greece.
Chinese Opera
Theatre

Zhao Qun Ying Cantonese Opera Troupe
With Liang Zhaoming and Wong Chiu-kwan as the leads, the troupe presents three classical repertories with traditional routines and spectacular fight scenes. Not-to-be-missed!

Young Cantonese Opera Artists Series -
Hong Kong Young Talent Cantonese Opera Troupe

The troupe's nine young talents will showcase their efforts by staging three classical repertoires in September. BOOK NOW!

Tianjin People’s Art Theatre – The Beauty
In Putonghua with Chinese and English Surtitles

Liu Xiaoqing, diva of China film world, is Sai Jinhua, a courtesan who shone in the limelight of modern Chinese history



The Nonsensemakers –
The Proof

In Cantonese
The Nonsensemakers presents The Proof, Part Two of The Notebook, using the same sand paintings, masks and physical movements to tell what happens after Part One.


Re-run Run Shows
Art Peak Theatre Works - Eight Hundred Years of Hatred, Eight Hundred Years of Healing (Re-run)

In Cantonese
Best Sound Design Award and Top Ten Most Popular Productions at the 21st Hong Kong Drama Awards
An adaptation of Igyō-hen (the chapter about alien creatures) from Hi no Tori (Phoenix), a manga series by the legendary Japanese comic artist, Osamu Tezuka.