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Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)

HK Phil × Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series

Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)

Change of Concert Date

Change of Concert Date

17 FEB 2020 (Mon) 7:30pm
JC Cube, Tai Kwun

For aged 6 and above

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Available at URBTIX from 18 DEC 2019

Ticketing enquiries (URBTIX): 3761 6661
Programme enquiries: 2721 2332


Change of concert date 

To help reduce the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus, in consultation with Tai Kwun, the advertised 17 February 2020 (Mon) 7:30pm performance of “HK Phil × Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series: Beethoven Meets Mozart (Piano & Wind Quintet)” at JC Cube, Tai Kwun, has been postponed to 9 June 2020 (Tue) 7:30pm at the same venue. Ticket-holders should present their original concert tickets to gain admission on 9 June 2020.


For ticketing assistance, please contact the HK Phil Ticketing Office on or before 16 March at 2721 0132 / 2721 2332 or [Office hours: Mon to Fri 10:00 – 12:30, 13:30 – 18:00, excluding Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays]


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Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (Updated on 3 March 2020 17:30)



MOZARTQuintet for Piano & Winds in E-flat, K. 452
BEETHOVENPiano Sonata in C-sharp minor, op. 27 no. 2, Moonlight
BEETHOVENQuintet for Piano & Winds in E-flat, op. 16


HK Phil x Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series 2020

Following the success of the newly launched “HK Phil x Tai Kwun: Chamber Music Series” in 2019, the HK Phil continues in 2020 with a series of six fantastic chamber music concerts presenting renowned pianist Warren Lee, Tai Kwun Director Timothy Calnin and nearly 30 HK Phil musicians. The repertoire ranges from the 19th century Romantic period to the contemporary era, featuring ensembles that comprise strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion in various combinations, as well as works with piano. As 2020 marks the 250th anniversary of Beethoven’s birth, two programmes pay homage to this great composer and include such pieces as the monumental Grosse Fuge and his intimate Moonlight sonata.





  • Ticket | $200 (Adult)
  • $150 (Full-time students, senior citizens aged 60 and above, and people with disabilities and their minders
  • No eating or drinking
  • No photography, recording or filming
  • Please turn off your mobile phone and other electronic devices
  • Please keep noise to a minimum during the performance
  • Please reserve your applause until the end of the entire work