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Blossom with Music
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra Fundraising Concert

Blossom with Music
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra Fundraising Concert

15-3-2015
Sun 3pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

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$10000,$5000,$2000,$1000,$500

Ticket enquiries 3761 6661

The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra grows up with us for over 40 years and it becomes a vital part of Hong Kong's cultural life. In order to fund our programmes and to better serve and reach out to the community, our annual Fundraising Concert is held in support of the cultural development of Hong Kong.

In this year's Blossom with Music Fundraising Concert, guest performers join hands to support the HK Phil. Programme includes instrumental and singing from classical, popular to Broadway music.
 

Co-chairs

Ms Winnie Chiu

Mrs Wendy Hegglin

 

Mrs Janice Choi (The HK Phil Fundraising Committee Chair)

 
Members

Ms Cherry Cheung

Ms Virginia de Blank
Mr Leung Kin Fung
Ms Jennifer Liu

Mr Edward Ng

Mr Steven Ying

 

Guest Performers 
Anthony BoltonComposition
Corinna ChamberlainSinging
Charis ChanPiano
Mimi ChanSinging
Chinese General Chamber of CommerceChoir
Alex ChuiSinging
Virginia de BlankSinging
Amanda LeeViolin
Lee HinPiano and singing
Wallace LeeViolin
Michael MacLeodConducting
Josephine PangSinging
Rightmind International Nursery and KindergartenChoir
Sin Yat KinSinging
Paloma SoViolin
Sheryl So & Rachel TchengSinging
Zaneta WongPiano
Hans YuanSinging


We welcome contributions for tickets, congratulatory message and/or advertisement.
Please click here to download the form for details.

For enquiries, please contact Development Department.
Email: development@hkphil.org Tel: 2721 2030.

 

 

 

Artists

 

  • 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
  • Latecomers may not be admitted



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