Timable Event

BACH l St Matthew Passion

time 3 - 4 Feb 7:30pm (3hr)

location Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre 》10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon

fee: $780 / $620 / $460 / $300

Filled with emotion, a survivor of great and terrible events tells his tale. As he sings of his friend’s betrayal and killing, the ancient tragedy comes startlingly alive: a great chorus becomes an angry crowd, and even the listeners become part of the unfolding tragedy. This is Bach’s St Matthew Passion, and it’s simply overwhelming. Jaap van Zweden assembles a world-class team of soloists to perform a masterpiece that belongs to listeners of all faiths – and none.

BACH | St Matthew Passion

Jaap van Zweden, conductor
Nicholas Phan, tenor (Evangelist)
Davóne Tines, bass-baritone (Jesus)
Amanda Forsythe, soprano
Tamara Mumford, mezzo-soprano
Paul Appleby, tenor
Apollo Wong, bass-baritone
State Choir Latvija
Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus
The Hong Kong Children’s Choir

The concert runs approximately 3 hours with an intermission.

The Venue may update their anti-epidemic admission measures in line with Government regulations. For more concert etiquette and admission details, please visit: hkphil.org/concert-etiquette.

Discount Scheme at URBTIX
For standard tickets, the general public can enjoy up to 15% off, while Club Bravo members are entitled up to an exclusive 30% off for ticket purchases. Details please refer to hkphil.org/2223season-discount.</div>
public sale
14 Dec 2022 (Wed) 10am onward

related events


13 - 17 Jun 8:15pm (3hr)

@ Hall 5BC, HKCEC

上Viagogo交易平台 (非官方) 購票 https://prf.hn/l/Jz388ON (買家需自行承受風險) Update 6/1/2022: 《Revisit 張敬軒演唱會》 就重訂2022年12月27日、12月30

BRAHMS l A German Requiem

21 - 22 Apr 8pm (1hr 15min)

@ 香港文化中心音樂廳

Prompted by the death of his mother and inspired by the music of Bach, Brahms’ A German Requiem draws its text from the German-langua

Swire Maestro Series: Eschenbach & Ray Chen

31 Mar - 1 Apr 8pm (2hr)

@ Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Bruckner imagined a story of knights, forests and distant castles, but he preferred to let the music speak for itself, and in the han

more related events