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2011
November
"Celestial Songs" to present unique, enlightening musical journey
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     Legendary Hong Kong composer Lam Man-yee has teamed up with a diverse group of eminent Asian singers, Grammy Award nominees and chant masters to undertake an inspiring musical journey toward inner peace, harmony and joy in "Celestial Songs". The concerts will be held from this Friday to Sunday (November 11 to 13) and only limited tickets are available due to the enthusiastic response.

     Produced to take audiences away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, the concerts will present a spiritually inspiring journey toward a higher realm. There, long-lost tranquillity and self-awareness await, to be summoned up by melodic sounds radiating from the very soul of the universe. Included in the sublime programme is a new work, "OM", by creative and music director Lam. Performing in all three concerts are Elisa Chan, Danny Summer, Tam Po-shek, Ani Choying Drolma from Nepal, Ito Kayo from Japan, Kelsang Chukie Tethong from India, Ma Changsheng from the Mainland and special guest Lama Tashi from India.

     With famous local visual artist Ringo Tang as the visual director and visual artist, the concerts will also feature projected images of paintings, photographs and calligraphic works by Tang, Tam and Ma, as well as those by Chang Lin (Alain Yip), Lam Tian-xing and Bernard Ho, which will merge with the songs harmoniously.

     "Celestial Songs" is one of the highlights of the World Cultures Festival 2011 - Enchanting Arts of Asia presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. It will be staged on November 11 and 12 at 8pm, and on November 13 at 3pm at the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall.

     Tickets priced at $300, $240, $180 and $130 are now available at URBTIX outlets. Half-price tickets are available for full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and their minders, and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance recipients. Other booking discounts of up to 20 per cent are available.

     Programme brochures for the World Cultures Festival 2011 - Enchanting Arts of Asia are available at URBTIX outlets or at the website, www.worldfestival.gov.hk.

     For programme enquiries, call 2370 1044. Internet bookings can be made at www.urbtix.hk. For credit card telephone bookings, call 2111 5999.

Ends/Wednesday, November 9, 2011
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Legendary Hong Kong composer Lam Man-yee (pictured) has teamed up with a diverse group of eminent Asian singers, Grammy Award nominees and chant masters to present the "Celestial Songs" concerts. The concerts will also feature projected images of paintings, photographs and calligraphic works that will merge with the songs harmoniously.

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Legendary Hong Kong composer Lam Man-yee has teamed up with a diverse group of eminent Asian singers including Danny Summer (pictured) as well as Grammy Award nominees and chant masters to present the "Celestial Songs" concerts. The concerts will also feature projected images of paintings, photographs and calligraphic works that will merge with the songs harmoniously.

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Legendary Hong Kong composer Lam Man-yee has teamed up with a diverse group of eminent Asian singers including Elisa Chan (pictured) as well as Grammy Award nominees and chant masters to present the "Celestial Songs" concerts. The concerts will also feature projected images of paintings, photographs and calligraphic works that will merge with the songs harmoniously.

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Legendary Hong Kong composer Lam Man-yee has teamed up with a diverse group of eminent Asian singers, Grammy Award nominees and chant masters to present the "Celestial Songs" concerts. The concerts will also feature projected images of paintings, photographs and calligraphic works that will merge with the songs harmoniously.

 

 

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