Wagner's Ring Cycle Part 3: Siegfried
“Become a Music Painter” Workshop
GR3, 8/F, Grand Theatre Backstage, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
AC2, 4/F, Administration Building, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) has been undertaking a spectacular 4-year musical project to perform Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle, with our Music Director Jaap van Zweden, to all of Hong Kong. In the third year of the project, HK Phil will be presenting the Siegfried opera-in-concert – the third chapter of The Ring Cycle – on 19 and 22 January 2017.
To bring the story and excitement of the project to the community, HK Phil welcomes you to join the “Become a Music Painter” Workshop and be inspired by the experience of Wagner, who expanded his music to the creative world of visual arts, drama and integrated theatre. Click here to read the story of Siegfried.
The Workshop welcomes parents and teachers to bring their children and students to join. All individuals are also welcome.
Participants will be invited to be “Music Painters”. They will be introduced to the music of Wagner’s Ring Cycle and its third chapter – Siegfried – through interesting presentation, music appreciation and interactive activities. They will also get the chance to create their own artwork about the story of Siegfried.
Presentation and Music Appreciation
Mr Homer Lee, HK Phil Horn player
|•||Who is Richard Wagner?|
Wagner’s Ring Cycle and his vision of integrated theatre
Music appreciation of Siegfried and leitmotifs
Live demonstration by HK Phil musicians
Interactive Drawing Session
Participants will enjoy the fun of creating their own artwork about the story of Siegfried in a relaxing atmosphere
Click here to start online registration
|•||For audience aged 6 or above|
|•||Registration opens until 14-9-2016 (Wed)|
|•||Due to limited seats, the maximum number of enrollees from a school/organisation is 10, while that from an individual is 4|
|•||The Workshop will be conducted in Cantonese supplemented with English|
|•||Adequate drawing paper will be provided to participants during the Interactive Drawing Session. However, due to environmental concerns, only a limited supply of coloured pencils and oil pastels will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own coloured pencils/oil pastels/crayons to the Workshop|
|•||Programme information is subject to change|
|•||HK Phil reserves the right to amend the registration criteria as deemed necessary|
|•||HK Phil reserves all rights of final arbitration in case of any dispute|