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Amadeus: Mystery, Murder and Myth


Amadeus: Mystery, Murder and Myth

Concert Cancellation

Concert Cancellation

21 FEB 2020 (Fri) 7:30pm
Grand Hall, Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, Centennial Campus, HKU

For aged 6 and above

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Concert Cancellation: "Swire Classic Insights: Amadeus: Mystery, Murder and Myth" on 21 Feb 2020

To help reduce the risk of spreading the novel coronavirus, in consultation with The University of Hong Kong, the advertised 21 February 2020 (Fri) 7:30pm performance of “Swire Classic Insights: Amadeus: Mystery, Murder and Myth” at the Grand Hall of the Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre in the Centennial Campus, presented by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, has been cancelled.


For enquiries, please contact the HK Phil from Monday to Friday (10:00-12:30, 14:00-18:00), excluding Saturday, Sunday and public holidays, at 2721 2332 or


Thank you for your support and understanding.


Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (3 February 2020 12:00)



MOZARTSymphony no. 25: 1st movement 
MOZARTSerenade for Winds: 3rd movement
MOZARTThe Abduction from the Seraglio Overture 
SALIERIConcerto for Violin, Oboe and Cello in D: 1st movement
MOZARTPiano Concerto no. 20: 1st movement
MOZARTPiano Concerto no. 22: 3rd movement
MOZARTMagic Flute Overture


Concert lasts around 90 minutes, without intermission.

This concert presentation will look at the Academy Award winning film Amadeus from the perspective of what is historically true as opposed to the artistic licence in movie making. Did Salieri murder Mozart? Was there real jealousy? Was Mozart actually a genius or an indulgent artist?

Due to an overwhelming response, registration quota is full. Thank you for your support to the Swire Classic Insights!





  • 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