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time 4 Nov 2022 (Fri) 8pm (1hr 45min)

location Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall 》72 Tai Ho Road, Tsuen Wan, N.T., Hong Kong

time 5 Nov 2022 (Sat) 8pm (1hr 45min)

location 香港大學 李兆基會議中心大會堂 》香港薄扶林

fee: $420 / $320 / $220


CHOPIN | Grande Polonaise Brillante
CHEN Qigang | Un Temps Disparu
FAURÉ | Requiem
Still waters run deep. Gabriel Fauré was a quiet man, and there’s no anger or fury in his haunting Requiem — just some of the loveliest choral music ever written. But it can’t conceal a world of heartfelt emotion. It’ll make a perfect contrast to the glittering romance of Chopin, played by the award-winning Zee Zee, and Chen Qigang’s modern masterpiece: a profoundly poetic meeting of Eastern and Western musical traditions.

The concert runs approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes with an intermission.

Yu Long, conductor
Zee Zee, piano
Yiwen Lu, erhu
Anna Jingdan Zhang, soprano
Caleb Woo, baritone
HK Phil Chorus Fellows
HKU Chamber Singers

Supported by
The University of Hong Kong Department of Music
Endowment Funds for Music & Fine Arts

The "vaccine pass" policy is implemented in Venue. All persons are required to meet the related vaccination requirements and use the "LeaveHomeSafe" mobile application to register their visit. Details please refer to hkphil.org/concert-etiquette and the Government’s COVID-19 Thematic Website.
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8 Aug 2022 (Mon) 10am onward

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8 Aug 2022 (Mon) 10am onward

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