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Brahms German Requiem


Brahms German Requiem

Concert Cancellation

Concert Cancellation

10 APR 2021 (Sat) 8:00pm
11 APR 2021 (Sun) 3:00pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

For aged 6 and above

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Concert Cancellation

In view of the latest situation of COVID-19, and uncertainties relating to such matters as global travel and in-bound quarantine measures, along with discussions with our artists and related partners, the advertised performances of "Brahms German Requiem" at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall on 10 April 2021, 8pm & 11 April 2021, 3pm, have been cancelled.


For 2020/21 Subscribers who have subscribed to the performances of "Brahms German Requiem", the refund arrangements will be handled via BANK TRANSFER, and will be processed at one go after your last subscribed concert. This refund at-one-go arrangement is intended to simplify the refund procedure to individual patrons and because of unforeseeable future circumstances. It also helps minimise the inconvenience caused by ticket refunds.



Please CLICK HERE to submit your bank details  


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Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (26 February 2021)



BRAHMSA German Requiem 


Prompted by the death of his mother and inspired by the music of Bach, Brahms’ A German Requiem draws its text from the German-language Bible translated by Martin Luther. But more than an expression of German soul, Brahms wanted this to be a work for “all mankind”. Renowned German Chorusmaster Ralf Otto prepares the HK Phil Chorus for this masterpiece.





  • 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