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Latest Arrangement for Tonight's Concert - 
Season Finale: Lio Kuokman | Roman Holiday

As the Hong Kong Observatory announced that the Gale or Storm Signal No. 8 is replaced by the Strong Wind Signal No.3, tonight's (2 JUL 2022 8PM) performance of "Season Finale: Lio Kuokman | Roman Holiday", held at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall, will start at 8:15PM instead.

Ticket-holders may continue using their tickets for admission according to the date printed on the tickets to the updated performance.

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (2 JUL 2022 4:30PM)
SWIRE

Jockey Club Keys to Music Education Programme - HK Phil Lunchtime Chamber Music Concert @ Tai Kwun

Jockey Club Keys to Music Education Programme - HK Phil Lunchtime Chamber Music Concert @ Tai Kwun
29 MAY 2022
1:45 - 2:45 pm
Tai Kwun Laundry Steps

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The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust

 

The HK Phil will be performing lunchtime chamber music concerts at Tai Kwun. With live performances and introductions from our musicians, these free concerts are the perfect opportunity to relax your mind and learn more about music and the instruments of the orchestra, so just turn up and enjoy! 

 

Each concert lasts for around an hour.

 

Date & Time

29 MAY 2022 (SUN) 1:45 - 2:45 pm

 

Ensemble 

Viola Quartet

 

Programme 

BRUCH | Romanze for Viola and Orchestra, op. 85
Christopher LOWRY | Romanza for Four Violas 
Frank BRIDGEB | Lament for Two Violas  
PIAZZOLLA The Four Seasons of Buenos Aires: Invierno Porteño (Winter)

and more

 

What is Chamber Music?

The term ‘Chamber’ comes from the French word chambre, which means 'room’. So Chamber Music literally means music which can be performed in a room, and usually involves between two to ten players performing without a conductor. However, chamber music comes in all sorts of sizes and involves any manner of instruments.

 

What are the fun parts in playing chamber music?

Each musician is an individual. They have their unique part to play. When they play together, they are having a music discussion with each other. As there is no conductor, each musician has to listen carefully to themselves as well as to the others. It is an extreme example of team-work.

 

Enquiries: 2312 6103

 

 

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