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HKAAA E-newsletter (15.11.2019)
  • “Arts Administrator 101” Series ╴Community Arts Engagement in Design Thinking
  • 【Highlight Recap】ArtsSocial! With Dr. Ayden Adler - Creativity and Innovation in 21st Century Arts Education
  • 【HKAAA Members】Invitation to HKAAA Annual General Meeting
HKAAA Updates
“Arts Administrator 101” Series ╴Community Arts Engagement in Design Thinking
Presented by: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Co-organizer: Hong Kong Design Centre
Design Thinking is a process of creative problem solving, with an emphasis to focus on the people they are creating for. Design thinking has been increasingly embraced by the world of business, social creative industry and education over the last decades. If the model is adaptable into different business, can we use it to design our community arts programme?
HKAAA is happy to have Ms. Sam Lam, Director of Business Development and Projects from Hong Kong Design Centre (HKDC), to kick off our 2019/20 “Arts Administrators 101 Series”. Sam will lead the workshop and go through the design thinking process with the participants, together exploring the possibilities of community arts.
Sam has over 18 years of experience in public relations, media, branding and curating and managing arts and cultural projects. Since joining HKDC in 2014, Sam mainly focus working on the flagship programmes of HKDC, including #ddHK, city and community programmes of Business of Design Week (BODW).
Date: 25 November 2019 (Monday)
Time: 7:30 - 9:00pm
Venue: Hong Kong Design Centre (Unit 602, 6/F, Mill 5, The Mills, 45 Pak Tin Par Street, Tsuen Wan)
Event page: http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/doc/30793?tab=2
Topic: Community Arts Engagement in Design Thinking
Speaker: Ms Sam Lam, Director, Business Development & Projects, Hong Kong Design Centre
Language: Cantonese (No SI service)
Fee: HKAAA Member $70 | Non-member $100

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【Highlight Recap】Arts Social! With Dr. Ayden Adler - Creativity and Innovation in 21st Century Arts Education
HKAAA is honoured to have Dr. Ayden Adler, Professor of Music and History at DePauw University to be our first host of the “Arts Social!” Series.The event was successfully held at H6 CONET last Thursday.
Dr. Adler began with a brief introduction of the music market in the 18th to the 21st century, and then shared her valuable experience in promoting 21st Century music education. Dr. Adler mentioned her project “MUSAIC” (https://musaic.nws.edu/), an online library that compiled videos of experts, master classes, performances and conferences, provides access to classical music instruction and conversations for students and performers alike. Dr. Adler also introduced an application “LIVENOTE”, designed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, which let the audience to view programme notes and translations in real time in the concert hall.
During the Q&A session, participants had raised questions on arts promotion and audience building. Dr. Adler emphasised that organisations need to find their core value and target audience, using a creative approach to design their strategies. Through education and communication, it could break the barriers and let the people enjoy the music even more.
Once again, we are thankful to Dr. Adler and all participants making their time for the event. Please stay tuned for upcoming HKAAA 19/20 Event Series!
Photo captions: (from the left to the right and the top to the bottom)
1. Participants and Dr. Adler (Professor of Music and History at DePauw University) continued their conversion after the event
2-4. Dr. Adler shared her views in arts education and responded to different participants
5. Participant questioned the use of museum approach to introduce classical music to the public might affect the aura around the classical music
【HKAAA Members】Invitation to HKAAA Annual General Meeting
To all HKAAA members,

Thank you for supporting HKAAA in the past year!

HKAAA Annual General Meeting 2018 – 2019 will be held on 3 December 2019 (Tuesday) 17:30 – 19:00 at 7/F, Sheung Wan Municipal Services Building, 345 Queen's Road Central, Sheung Wan. We cordially invite all of our members to join us for this occasion, to learn more about what we have been doing in the past year, and give us comments on how to do better in the future.
Light refreshments will be served at the meeting.
*On-site video recording will be performed during the meeting for archival purpose*
For details, please refer to http://www.hkaaa.org.hk/doc/31159

Enquiry: Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association|Tel: 2877 7268|Email: info@hkaaa.org.hk
Featured Event
ART KEEN Program by K11- Curate Your Art Career
The K11 ART KEEN Program aspires to nurture young art enthusiasts and foster their development of professional career in the arts industry; to provide a comprehensive education on art appreciation and arts management; to educate them about the core principles and practical know-how of arts administrators, and to eventually enable local art sustainability.
Don’t consider us a conventional educational institute, though! Apart from theoretical training, we also provide a wide range of field trip opportunities to participants, including visits to art fairs, galleries, cultural areas, artists’ studios and admission to art events of the year for exciting interactions with art program directors, artists and curators in the dynamic art scene.
If you are keen on taking part in the field of art and acquiring professional training, apply now — unleash your creativity!
Website:  https://kka.k11.com/en/module/1013/
Enquiries: Mr Cyrus Chan cyruschan@k11.com / tel: 3723 0056
Westkowloon101: Arts and Cultural Management: A Series of Three Talks
In response to the increased need for talent in the area of arts and cultural management in Hong Kong, we present a new series of free expert talks. Over three events, practitioners from a range of local creative industries share insight into their roles and areas of expertise, present case studies on successful execution of projects, and explore and compare Hong Kong’s current arts and cultural landscape with the international art scene. The first talk on “Sustainable Programming for Arts Learning” has been held on 29 October while the registration of “Talk 2: Effective Marketing Strategies for the Arts” has been closed already. Few seats are still available for the last talk. Register now: https://wk.org.hk/33RGlrk
Talk 3: Creative Producing and Management
Date: 26 Nov (Tues)
Time: 7:30pm – 9:00pm
Speakers: Bobo Lee (Producer, Performing Arts (Theatre), West Kowloon), Ian Leung (Programme Manager, Hong Kong Arts Centre)
Conducted in Cantonese.
Free admission. Register now :  https://wk.org.hk/33RGlrk
Talks take place at:
Room 701, VTC Tower, 27 Wood Road, Wan Chai
Re-Mark is a thought-provoking new work by Resident Choreographer Sang Jijia based on his research with Italian dancers and was first premiered at Fabbrica Europa Festival in Florence in May 2018. In this new version that marks the opening of City Contemporary Dance Festival in November 2019, Sang continues his research on the relationship between body, spatiality and memory through his signature multi-faceted way. Together with CCDC dancers, he discovers the landscapes of culture and the mind as they echo the changes of times.
16&23.11.2019  [Sat] 8pm
17.11.2019  [Sun] 23-24.11.2019  [Sat~Sun] 3pm
The Box, Freespace, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
Suitable for ages 6 and above
$300(Free seating)
Tickets and discounts details available at
Qiao Yang
Active on the dance stage for four decades
Through her body, the history of Chinese contemporary dance is written
This is her life as a dancer and a pioneer
Created by Taiwanese choreographer Chou Shu-yi together with a stellar creative team, the work distills Qiao Yang’s decades of dedication and devotion to the art of dance as she embraces a new chapter in her stage career.
Its first stage appearance in January 2019 received rave reviews; today we celebrate the return of this solo performance by Qiao Yang.
19.11.2019 [Tue] 8pm
The Box, Freespace, Art Park, West Kowloon Cultural District
Suitable for ages 6 and above
$300(Free seating)
Tickets and discounts details available at
One of the legendary ‘Three Tenors’, operatic performer José Carreras will hold a farewell, one-off performance in Hong Kong on 19 November at Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Hall 5BC), as part of his Global Farewell Tour. This is the last chance for fans and opera enthusiasts to experience the divine voice of the operatic master.
After nearly 50 years as one of the world’s top operatic performers, Carreras is concluding his scintillating career with a farewell world concert tour. The Grammy-winning maestro’s Hong Kong concert will also feature brilliant young local soprano, Alison Lau, an orchestra of 50 musicians led by prominent conductor, David Gimenez and homegrown music veteran, Chiu Tsang Hei as music consultant.
Tickets are going fast, so get yours now on www.hkticketing.com.
Date: November 19, 2019  
Time: 8:15PM
Venue: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre (Hall 5BC)
Ticket price:
HK$1,980 / HK$1,680 / HK$1,280 / HK$880
Website: www.hkticketing.com
Hotline: 31 288 288 (10a.m. – 8p.m. daily)
More info: https://premier.hkticketing.com/shows/show.aspx?sh=JOSEC1119
2 Representative works from CCDC
10+ Featured international programmes

City Contemporary Dance Festival (CCDF), initiated by City Contemporary Dance Company (CCDC), is an iconic contemporary dance event in Hong Kong.  This year, CCDF 2019, to be held in Hong Kong from 16-24 November, 2 Representative works from CCDC and more than 10 Featured international programmes will be staged at various venues and public spaces. We look forward to welcoming you to this exciting feast of contemporary dance in Asia!
CCDF 2019 trailer:
Conceptual concert "First Half of Life” Pre-Concert Talk & Sharing
In collaboration of Hong Kong contemporary and ancient classical composers, with the combination of Documentary Art Film and Classical Music, ‘First Half of Life’- a conceptual concert that brings the story of a musician’s first half of life to the stage. Concert director and curator – Icy Lai,  young rising pianist Rachel Cheung, awarded composer Austin Leung and local individual movie director, Chan Hau Chun and Chui Chi Yin. 
‘First Half of Life’ is a blend of diversified creation. Classical music is reinterpreted with modern speech by the curator, meanwhile, ordinary elements are added into the new piece. How is this performance produced? What brought differed artists from areas together to the core concept in creation and understanding? ‘First Half of Life’ Pre-performance Talk and Sharing will invite artists to chat with us. There will also be a film and making-of-video screening, interested participants may know more about the music and film production of the Concert.

Target :Arts administrators, producers, anybody interested in programming and filming
Date : 21 Nov 2019 (Thu)
Time : 8:15PM
Venue : NOMADHALL - Room 8A, 8/F, Good Luck Industrial Building, How Ming Street, Kwun Tong
Speakers : Icy Lai (Curator & Producer) , Rachel Cheung (Pianist) , Austin Leung (Composer) and Chan Hau Chun & Chui Chi Yin (Film Directors)
Language : Cantonese
Fee : FREE of Charge upon successfully taken
*Light refreshment will be provided*
Register HERE: https://forms.gle/znMykwA7Nxebz3587
Concert’s information
Date : 24 Nov 2019 (Sun)
Time : 8PM
Venue : Hong Kong Arts Centre Shouson Theatre
Ticket Prices: $220 / $140
Tickets BOOK NOW:
**HKAAA members enter promo code "FHOLOFF10" to enjoy 10% off**
Teaser of the concert , watch here
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Instagram : firsthalf_life
All enquiry : 61397225 / 61314518
Tenacity of Being
Tenacity of Being serves as a homage to Dr Thomas Townsend Brown, Jr. for his imponderable contribution to contemporary dance and dance education in Hong Kong. 

The production, which explores life and death, is comprised of five contemporary dance pieces, including Day on Earth, choreographed by Ms. Doris Humphrey in 1947, which was brought to Hong Kong by Dr. Tom Brown; Out of Dream (excerpt), choreographed by Rosalind Newman; Do Not Go Gentle and Ox on the Roof which are choreographed by Dr. Tom Brown; and a newly choreographed piece created by Brown’s student, Ms. Pewan Chow, Artistic Director of Passoverdance.
29-30.11.2019 (Fri-Sat) | 8pm
Shouson Theatre, Hong Kong Arts Centre
Artistic Director | Pewan CHOW
Choreographer | Tom BROWN, Doris HUMPHEREY, Rosalind NEWMAN, Pewan CHOW
Dancers | Tiffany CHENG, CHEUNG Pui, Flora HON, LAI Kwai Lok, LAI Tak-wai, LAI Yin, Pak Hong LAU, LIU Heung Man, LO Sze Long Sarah, NG Mei Yee, Malvina TAM, TUNG Chung Kan, WONG Po-Na Paula, WONG Sze Ling, YANG Yizi Gigi, YAU Chin Shing, Emma ZHANG, KaitIyn KAM, WEN Xin Ran
Details: https://www.passoverdance-en.org/tenacityofbeing
Tickets: https://ticket.urbtix.hk/internet/zh_TW/eventDetail/39635
【Announcement on Show Cancellation of Three HKAPA’s Productions】
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts announces the cancellation of three Academy productions, namely, BU21, School of Dance Fall Performances and The Woman in Kenzo originally scheduled in late November. Details on refund will be posted on websites of the Academy and also Hong Kong Ticketing later. Thank you very much for your support to the Academy.
Hong Kong Dance Company Grand Dance Drama “L’Amour Immortel”
A timeless classic that captures the imagination of every generation
This love story originates from one of the “Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio” written by Pu Songling. It was adapted into the Hong Kong blockbuster movie “A Chinese Ghost Story” in the 1980s, and has taken on yet another incarnation as the grand dance drama “L’Amour Immortel”.
Nie Xiaoqian, an alluring ghost, is enslaved by a sinister demon and forced to prey on humans. When she meets and falls head-over-heels in love with the honest and good-natured Ning Caichen, she becomes determined to save him from evil forces, even at the cost of her own afterlife. In “L’Amour Immortel”, the timeless classic is filled with new spirit by the performers’ physical expression. It captures the essence of the most beautiful human values in a poignant ghost story that will touch many hearts in this broken world.
Programme Details 
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre
Date & Time: 6 – 7.12.2019 (Fri -Sat) 7:45pm
                      7 – 8^.12.2019 (Sat - Sun) 3:00pm
                      ^This is an Accessible Performance with Audio Description (Cantonese)
Price: $80-$480
Programme duration is about 1 hour and 30 minutes with one intermission
Tickets now available at URBTIX 
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at URBTIX outlets. 
Details: http://www.hkdance.com/performances/LAmourImmortel
Tickets: http://tiny.cc/LAmourImmortel
Programme Enquiries: 3103 1806
Professional Attachment at OzAsia Festival 2020
Open for Application

Hong Kong Arts Development Council (HKADC) collaborates with Adelaide Festival Centre (AFC) of Australia again to launch the “Professional Attachment at OzAsia Festival 2020”. It provides an attachment opportunity for local arts administrators and producers to attach at AFC for about 24 weeks on a full-time basis from June to November 2020. The selected candidate will mainly participate in festival coordination, artistic programme planning, production, media marketing and promotion of the OzAsia Festival 2020. A bursary of HK$228,000 will be provided to cover one economy class return flight ticket (Hong Kong to-and-from Australia) and other subsistence cost.

For Application Guidelines, Form and List of Past Selected Candidates, please refer to HKADC website

Application deadline: 23 December 2019 (Mon), 6:00 pm

For enquiries, please contact Ms. Yeung at 2820 1025 or dorcas_yeung@hkadc.org.hk.
Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme
The Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme now calls for its 9th round applications.  It provides funding support to innovative and impactful proposals that contribute to the objectives of:
  • capacity development of arts practitioners, arts groups, art forms and/or the arts sector
  • programme/content development
  • audience building
  • arts education
Interested artists/ arts groups are welcome to attend one of the briefing sessions scheduled on 21 Nov or 28 Nov (conducted in Cantonese).  Seats are limited, please enrol now.
For details of the Scheme and briefing sessions, please visit HAB website.
【HKAPA: School of Dance Dean’s Special Artist Series 】
HKAPA School of Dance Dean’s Special Artist Series aims to connect with the communities by offering public talks, masterclasses, demonstrations and presentations. It will feature a distinguished roster of dance artists, makers, choreographers, scholars, educators and advocates who are making an impact in dance and performing arts industries. Programmes run till January next year, read more here: https://bit.ly/2o32mEp
Highlight Event
Treasure A Beautiful Time, Blue Moon and Good Night
Kwang Hwa Information Cultural Centre and Hong Kong International Photo Festival (HKIPF) co-presenting “A Beautiful Time: Concert by Wang Yu-jun” this Friday 15 November 8pm at Terrible Baby Music Room, 4/F, Eaton HK. As an Artist-in-Residence with HKIPF this year, Wang Yu-jun has participated in exchanges with photographers of the HKIPF Photographer Incubator Project, local musician Steve Hui, and poet Lau Yee Ching. Come treasure with us her performance of music from the corners of the world, with truth, beauty and yearning.
On Saturday 16 November afternoon will be screenings of both the Director’s Cut (5pm) and the Audience’s Choice (8:15pm) versions of “Blue Moon”, an experimental film which is separated into five parts and can be presented in different orders. Grab the chance to engage with Director Ko I-cheng over Skype live chat, while also enjoy the package discount for both screenings at $120 only. Standard ticket for each screening is $80.
Coming Tuesday 19 November 7pm at the Lippo Amphitheater of the Asia Society Hong Kong Center, Director Tsai Ming-liang will construct a “Good Night” with visual images, shidaiqu (Chinese folk/American jazz fusion music) rendering, and live improvisation painting. More details at https://ticketing.asiasociety.org.hk/Index?eventDate=2019-11-19
All the above activities are part of Taiwan Arts Festival 2019:
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
HKGNA Music Festival 2019

We proudly present the 6th edition of our Hong Kong Generation Next Arts (HKGNA) Music Festival! A spectacular series of concerts and events, this year’s festival features our greatest line up yet of renowned international guest artists performing with Hong Kong's preeminent virtuosos and HKGNA's own rising stars. This year's theme is "Great Women Artists of the World!" As this year marks the 200th birthday of undeniably one of the greatest female pianists and composers of the 19th Century, Clara Schumann, we pay tribute to her in our celebration of Great Women Artists of the World!
Pianist Angela Cheng with Conductor Sharon Andrea Choa and Philharmonia APA
Nov 4, 2019 (Mon) 7pm
Concert Hall, HKAPA 

Duo Recital with Violinist Clara-Jumi Kang and Pianist Yeol Eum Son
Nov 10, 2019 (Sun) 3pm
JC Amphitheatre, HKAPA
Cellist Quirine Viersen and Pianist Thomas Beijer with Hong Kong Camerata Strings and Conductor Jeremy Williams
Nov 19, 2019 (Tue) 7:30pm
JC Cube, Tai Kwun

Violinist Catherine Cho with Hong Kong’s Best Young Artists
Nov 21, 2019 (Thur) 7:30pm
JC Cube, Tai Kwun

Stars & Friends Concert - “In Perfect Harmony”
Nov 11, 2019 (Mon), 7:30pm --> rescheduled to Nov 25 (Mon) 7pm
St John’s Cathedral
Free Admission, Online Registration

More details: http://www.hkgna.com/hkgna-music-festival-2019/
www.hkgna.com | Tel: 6083 2560 | info@hkgna.com
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Hong Kong Art Week 2019 is back for the 7th edition!
The Hong Kong Art Gallery Association (HKAGA) is excited to announce this year's Hong Kong Art Week (HKAW), which will begin on 21 November 2019 and runs through 30 November.
Art Gallery Night | 21 Nov 2019, 6pm – 8pm
Follow HKAGA’s map and go gallery hopping in Central, Sheung Wan and Sai Ying Pun on the opening night of the HKAW. Art lovers will be treated to a feast of opening receptions and special events that range from artist talks to workshops and live performances. Details to be updated on HKAGA’s website.
South Island Art Brunch | 23 Nov 2019, 11am – 2pm
Relish art with some refreshments in the bustling South Side as galleries in Wong Chuk Hang and Tin Wan open doors with light snacks for visitors during the South Island Art Brunch. Look out for updates on talks, openings, new exhibitions and workshops on HKAGA’s website!
Art Symposium | 29 – 30 Nov 2019
The flagship programme of the week, the two-day Art Symposium, will bring together a roster of over 20 art professionals from the local, regional and international art scene on the 29th (Fri) and 30th (Sat) of November. The theme of the Symposium this year is “Back to Basics: Restructuring the Future”. Check out the complete programme here!
RSVP here before the seats fill up!
Stay tuned to Hong Kong Art Week’s website (http://hkartweek.org) for updates!
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Zuni Icosahedron "Theatre Technology + Innovation: Z Innovation Lab" -- Theatre and Architecture Talk Series
Quick Architecture: From Kindergarten to Puppet Theatre

In 2019, the Z Innovation Lab will put on a reinterpretation of the lost Banyan performance Rotten Big Ass at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The “Professional Series” will be launched for stage technology practitioners and students, while the “Stage and Technology Workshop” and “HKCC-AR Time Travel at Hong Kong Cultural Centre” will be available to the public. The “Theatre and Architecture Talk” highlights innovative performance spaces and enhances the understanding towards the relationship between built spaces, technology and the theatre, setting the tone to discuss the development of the theatre as a whole.
In recent years, many theatres with iconic architecture have opened in the region, which we celebrate but also question for their lengthy planning and costly construction at a time when different genres of live events are presented with innovative stage / entertainment technologies and arts performers are looking at other kind of spaces to meet their future needs. This year, tagging along with Architecture Is Art Festival – Beautiful Space, we invited Japanese architect, Takahashi Ippei to give a presentation of his works, from his awarded kindergarten to a newly designed ‘puppet theatre’, displaying new technologies and ideas, as well as traditional methods in building ‘quick architecture’.Present in Japanese with Cantonese translation.

For more details: http://zuniseason.org.hk/en/z-innovation-lab/
This Christmas we are thrilled to announce that MIC will be hosting a major musical event: a full performance of Handel's Messiah. The Messiah is a 53-movement work in three parts, scored for four soloists, a mixed-voice choir, and an orchestra. We are honoured to welcome Mr. Apollo Wong, Chorus Master of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus, as our conductor; as well as renowned soloists Yuki Ip from MIC, Alex Tam and Albert Lim from Hong Kong, and Reginald Mobley from the USA. They will be accompanied by an orchestra comprising 20 professional players, and a dedicated group of 70 singers prepared by MIC’s Eric Monson.
All monies raised will be dedicated to MIC’s Arts ministry, and over 100 free tickets will allow members of our partner groups to enjoy this world-class musical event.
There will be two performances: 14 December (Saturday) evening, and 15 December (Sunday) afternoon.
We hope this event will bring together music lovers from across Hong Kong, to celebrate Christmas and come closer to Christ.
To learn more about this event and get your tickets, please go to www.michk.com
Supported by Hong Kong Arts Administrators Association
Member's Benefit
Zuni Icosahedron
Experiment Naamyam Hong Kong
Blind Musician Dou Wun

Programme Details
Venue: Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Date & Time: 8pm 14-16, 22-23.11.2019 | 4pm 17.11.2019
Tickets: $200**│Full-time students $100
Free Seating
Tickets now available at URBTIX
In Cantonese
Running time approximately 80 minutes with no intermission
Zuni Icosahedron reserves the right to add, withdraw or substitute artists and/ or vary
advertised programmes and seating arrangements.
**HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at
URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at Urbtix outlets.
Details: http://zuniseason.org.hk/en/rotten-big-ass/
Programme Enquiries: 852-2566 9696
Inspired by Beethoven series
Beethoven Triple Concerto
Programme Details:

Details: https://bit.ly/32NEhRI
Date & Time:
16 Nov 2019 (Sat), 8pm 7pm*
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $420, $280, $160
*The concert will be rescheduled to start at 7pm (one hour early).
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
HK Phil – JAAP | The Labèque Sisters
Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Date & Time: 22 & 23 NOV (Fri & Sat) 8pm
Price: $580/ $480/ $380/ $280* (half price for concessionary ticket)

WAGNER – Lohengrin: Prelude to Act IListen
Philip GLASS – Concerto for Two Pianos (Asia premiere)
CHAN Kai-young – Spiraling Dreamscape (Hong Kong premiere)
MUSSORGSKY (arr. STOKOWSKI) – Pictures at an Exhibition

Jaap van Zweden, conductor
Katia & Marielle Labèque, piano
More Details: https://bit.ly/2mClCaD
Tickets available at https://bit.ly/2mgyhzV
*HKAAA Members are offered 10% off discount on purchasing full-price tickets at URBTIX outlets. Please present your membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Eternal Wings - Hong Kong Cultural Centre 30th Anniversary Concert
The Hong Kong Cultural Centre was officially opened in November 1989. Its inaugural performance by the HKCO was considered a historic, landmark event. For thirty years, the venue has been the Orchestra's second home, and the two have worked closely together to foster diversified developments in arts and culture. To commemorate the momentous occasion, the HKCO will take you back thirty years ago to where it all started as we revisit that memorable performance.
The young pianist Chen Sa, hailed as one of the leading figures of the "Chinese Piano Age”, will be performing the Yellow River Piano Concerto. Second Symphony, commissioned for the opening of the Cultural Centre, will be performed by celebrated concert organist, Shen Yuan. Premier drummer in Chinese percussion music, Yim Hok Man, and Bearer of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Chiuchow (Chaozhou) Music of Shantou, Guangdong and erxian virtuoso, Wang Peiyu will perform the Chiu Chow Gongs and Drums piece, Netting Fish.
29-30/11/2019 (Fri, Sat) 8:00 pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
$200, $250, $320, $420
**HKAAA Members are offered 20% off discount.
Please present your membership card at Urbtix Ticketing Office
Introduction:  http://www.hkco.org/en/Concerts/Eternal-Wings---The-Hong-Kong-Cultural-Centre-30th-Anniversary-Concert.html
URBTIX Booking: http://www.urbtix.hk/internet/eventDetail/38968
Enquiries: 3185 1600 (Programme) / 3761 6661 (Ticketing)
Hong Kong Sinfonietta & Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir
Mozart Requiem
Programme Details:
Details: https://bit.ly/2mSwvoP
Date & Time:
30 Nov 2019 (Sat), 8pm
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $450, $320, $240, $160
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
10% off on Hong Kong Ballet: FANCL Proudly Presents “The Nutcracker”
Programme Details
Date, Time & Venue

Opening Night
20 DEC 2019
Fri 7:30pm

21-23 DEC 2019
Sat-Sun 2:30pm & 6:30pm | Mon 7:30pm
25-29 DEC 2019
Wed-Thu & Sat 2:30pm & 6:30pm | Fri 7:30pm | Sun 2:30pm
19 DEC 2019
Thu 7:30pm
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

$1,000 (Limited VIP Tickets)#, $680, $480, $320, $180
Programme Enquiries: 2105 9724 |
Ticketing Enquiries: 3761 6661
Details: https://bit.ly/36b4vit

#Discount not applicable to VIP tickets
(Only Chinese version is available)
7:45pm  23 – 24, 27, 31.12.2019, 1 – 3.1.2020
2:45pm  26, 28# – 29▲.12.2019
$420 / $340 / $250 / $180 (適用於 23 – 27.12)
$480 / $380 / $280 / $200 (適用於 29.12 – 3.1)
粵語演出 附中英文字幕
節目查詢:852-3103 5900
(Only Chinese version is available)
7:45pm 4, 7 – 9*, 10 – 11, 14 – 16*, 17 – 18.1.2020
8pm   5, 11 – 12, 18 – 19.1.2020
票價:$320 / $260 / $200 ($300* / $250* / $190*)
粵語演出 附中英文字幕
節目查詢:852-3103 5900
Inspired by Beethoven series
Cellomania: Alban Gerhardt Plays Julian Anderson
Programme Details:
Details: https://bit.ly/2X7iRfy
Date & Time:
21 Mar 2020 (Sat), 8pm
Venue: HK City Hall Concert Hall
Ticket Price: $420, $280, $160
Tickets at URBTIX: 2111 5999 / www.URBTIX.hk
10% off upon showing HKAAA membership card at URBTIX outlets.
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 / www.HKSL.org
Year-round benefits for HKAAA members
  • Hong Kong Art School (HKAS)
    • An exclusive 10% discount for enrolment into short courses conducted by HKAS (Referring to courses that are categorized under the Short Courses section on HKAS website or as printed in the designated short course brochure, which is published on a half-yearly basis)
    • An exclusive 10% discount for enrolment into modules of the Professional Diploma in Fine Art (PDFA) (The PDFA modules are offered on a relatively flexibale basis, each module lasts for around 8 weeks; participants can enroll into individual modules without completing the programme. Currently, modules/ programmes accredited at Level 4 and Level 5 of the Qualifications Framework (QF) are being offered by the School).
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