Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

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Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

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Acclaimed as "a leader in Chinese ethnic music" and a cultural ambassador of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra has been invited to perform at various famous venues in the world and at international festivals. Deeply rooted in the Chinese tradition and constantly seeking to amalgamate the East and the West in music, the Orchestra has thrived on its musical arts. Under the leadership of Artistic Director and Principal Conductor Yan Huichang, the Orchestra has been undertaking the mission of promoting Chinese music not only in Hong Kong but also in other countries. Apart from its regular concerts, the Orchestra also conducts many outreach and educational activities.

Coming Programmes

Forty Years with Hong Kong Forty Years with Hong Kong
The Jiangzhou Connection The Jiangzhou Connection
The 15th Hong Kong Synergy 24 Drum Competition The 15th Hong Kong Synergy 24 Drum Competition
Lu Siqing Plays The Butterfly Lovers Lu Siqing Plays The Butterfly Lovers
Hong Kong International Youth Chinese Music Festival Mass Performance Hong Kong International Youth Chinese Music Festival Mass Performance
Liu Bang, Xiang Yu and the Terra Cotta Warriors Liu Bang, Xiang Yu and the Terra Cotta Warriors
Listening to Nature Listening to Nature
Liza Wang & HKCO Liza Wang & HKCO
Heart for Home - Music that Evokes Nostalgia Heart for Home - Music that Evokes Nostalgia
Heart for Home - Favourite Tunes in Cantonese Music Heart for Home - Favourite Tunes in Cantonese Music
The Palace of Eternal Life・Peony Pavilion The Palace of Eternal Life・Peony Pavilion
I Wish I Could Make a Wish The Theatre Concert of Jimmy Liao I Wish I Could Make a Wish The Theatre Concert of Jimmy Liao

Programme Enquiries: (852) 3185 1600

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

The presenter reserves the right to substitute artist and change the programme should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.
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