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Sabine Meyer Plays Weber


Sabine Meyer Plays Weber

Concert Cancellation

Concert Cancellation

15 JAN 2021 (Fri) 9:00pm
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, performance venues under the Leisure and Cultural Services Department have been temporarily closed until further notice. Along with the uncertainties relating to the pandemic and travel restrictions, the advertised performance of "Sabine Meyer Plays Weber", originally scheduled for 15 January 2021  at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall, has been cancelled.


For 2020/21 Subscribers who have subscribed to the performance of "Sabine Meyer Plays Weber", please refer to the email directly sent to your registered address in early January 2021 for the refund arrangements.


For further enquiries, please contact the HK Phil Ticketing Office at (email) or via WhatsApp messenger at 5628 7595 (Messages ONLY).


Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (Updated on 25 January 2021)



WEBERClarinet Concerto no. 1 
SCHUBERTSymphony no. 8, Unfinished


In her HK Phil debut, virtuoso clarinettist Sabine Meyer plays Weber’s Clarinet Concerto no. 1, one of the finest works ever composed for the instrument. The concert concludes with music from another of Beethoven’s most well-known contemporaries – Schubert’s Unfinished Symphony.


This chill-out programme is tailor-made for busy urbanites at a standard price of $280 for all seats. Concerts run approximately one hour with no intermission. After the performance, you are most welcome to mingle over drinks with HK Phil musicians and guest artists at the alfresco bar next to the Hong Kong Cultural Centre, complimented by a stunning night view of the Victoria Harbour.





  • 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