HK Phil Brings you the Voice from Broadway – Lea Salonga
All-time Greatest Hits from Les Misérables and more (30 & 31 Jan)
24 DEC 2014
[24 December 2014, Hong Kong] The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) welcomes one of the world’s best loved vocalists and an unparalleled star of stage and screen – the incomparable Lea Salonga. Alongside her brother conductor Gerard Salonga and the HK Phil, she will present a selection of the greatest hits from Les Misérables, Miss Saigon and more on 30 & 31 January 2015 in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall.
Lea Salonga is best known for her portrayal of Kim in the original London and Broadway productions of Miss Saigon. She was also the first Asian actress to play the tragic heroines Eponine and Fantine in Les Misérables on Broadway. In concert with the HK Phil, Lea Salonga will bring you all-time favourites from the greatest stage musicals as well such big-screen spectaculars as Mulan and Frozen.
Holiday, Pops & More: Lea Salonga will be held on 30 & 31 January 2015 (Fri & Sat) at 8PM in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall.Tickets priced: $580, $400, $300, $200 are now available at URBTIX. For enquiries, please call +852 2721 2332 or visit www.hkphil.org.
Gerard Salonga, conductor [full biography]
Gerard Salonga has worked with some of the Asia’s brightest artists including Lea Salonga, Regine Velaquez, Wang Leehom and Hins Cheung. He has been the Music Director of FILHarmoniKA (Manila) for six years
Lea Salonga, vocalist [full biography]
Lea Salonga played the role of Kim on Broadway and the West End’s Miss Saigon (1991), which won her a Tony Award for Outstanding Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical. She also played Fantine in the 2006 revival of Les Misérables, and was the singing voice of Princess Jasmine in Disney’s Aladdin and Mulan in Mulan and Mulan 2.
Holiday, Pops & More: Lea Salonga
30 & 31 | 1 | 2015
FRI & SAT 8PM
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
HK$580 $400 $300 $200
Tickets are now available at URBTIX
For ages 6 and above
|Click the thumbnail to download photos|
|Gerard Salonga||Lea Salonga|
Photo Credit: Raymund Isaac
|The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra|
Photo Credit: Cheung Chi Wai
|Les Misérables||“I Dreamed a Dream”|
|“On My Own”|
|Miss Saigon||“I’d Give My Life For You”|
|“Too Much For One Heart”|
|Evita||“Don’t Cry For Me, Argentina”|
|Frozen||“Let It Go”|
|Broadway Medley||Excerpts from West Side Story, Cats etc.|
For more songs in the concerts, please refer to http://bit.ly/13yCRKO
Credit Card Booking
+852 2111 5999
For programme enquiry, please call HK Phil at
+852 2721 2332
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Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Music Director: Jaap van Zweden
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) is the city’s largest and busiest musical organisation and is a vital part of Hong Kong’s cultural life. With its roots stretching back well over a century, the HK Phil made its professional début in 1974. It has now evolved into an orchestral powerhouse in the region, and an acclaimed cultural centrepiece of Asia’s World City.
The HK Phil is formed on the belief that a great city deserves a great orchestra. Annually it presents over 150 concerts attracting 200,000 music lovers. Through its acclaimed education programme, over 40,000 young people have learned about orchestral music last year. Featuring an enviable roster of international conductors and soloists, the HK Phil performs a broad variety of music, with many concerts presented free; among them the annual Swire Symphony Under The Stars.
The Swire Group has been the Principal Patron of the HK Phil since 2006. Through this sponsorship, which is the largest corporate donation in the orchestra’s history, Swire also endeavours to promote artistic excellence, foster access to classical music and stimulate cultural participation in Hong Kong, and to enhance Hong Kong’s reputation as one of the great cities of the world.
The HK Phil’s members come from every corner of the globe, with a strong core of Hong Kong musicians. In September 2012 Jaap van Zweden became the orchestra’s Music Director. Future years will see an ambitious series of new projects, with major international tours, renewed local partnerships and large-scale concert events. The HK Phil has commenced a multi-CD recording project for Naxos featuring works by Chinese composers and Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
SWIRE is the Principal Patron of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is a Venue Partner of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre
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