|Venue||Date & Time||Price|
|Lecture Hall, Hong Kong Space Museum||09.04-14.05.2014 (Every Wed, 7:30pm, 6 lectures in total)||$50|
(Conducted in Cantonese)
9 April In Search of Resonance between Different Times
Speaker: Hui Cheung-wai
Guest Performers: Tse Chun-yan (Guqin), Ho Pak-cheong (Harmonica)
16 April Aspirations: In Search of Identity and Expression in Comtemporary Music Composition
Speaker: Dr. Ng Chun-hoi
Guest Performers: Leung Chung-yan Joanna (Soprano), Gary Tong (Piano)
23 April A Classical Approach to Contemporary Choral Writing
Speaker: Prof. Victor Chan
30 April In Search of Cultural Identity in Music Composition
Speaker: Dr. Lai Sheung-ping
Guest Performer: Lee Man-kei Barry (Piano)
7 May Writing for Wind Ensemble
Speaker: Dr. Lo Hau-man
14 May New Music is also Beautiful
Speaker cum Violin / Erhu performer: Dr. Joshua Chan
Guest Performers: Adrian Lam (Piano), Letty Poon (Cello)
(For details, please refer to the Chinese version.)
Tickets available from 9 March 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 full-time students and CSSA recipients available on a first-come-first-served basis).
Group Booking Discount
10% off for each purchase of 4-9 standard tickets; 15% off for 10-19 standard tickets; 20% off for 20 or more standard tickets.
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 each lecture is about 1 hour 30 minutes.
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The presenter reserves the right to substitute speaker and change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.