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Classical music, opera, ballet and dance in Hong Kong, China

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Hong KongGood Music for Kids (3-6 years old)

Mozart, Grieg, Dvořák, Bizet, Brahms, Haydn
Hong Kong Sinfonietta; Teresa Cheung

Hong KongNorthern Lights

Svendsen, Grieg, Sibelius
Hong Kong Sinfonietta; Teresa Cheung; Colleen Lee

Hong KongReflections on Refractions

Kwong, Bach, Stravinsky

Hong KongAn Alpine Symphony in Images

Strauss R., Beethoven
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Lio Kuokman; Jinsang Lee
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Gilad Harel leaps from Classical to klezmer in Hong Kong

The Israeli clarinetist captivated in Mozart's Cello Concerto and a Sergei Abir premiere under the baton of UK-born conductor Jason Lai. 
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Visually splendid telling of Puccini's Madama Butterfly in Hong Kong

This production brought the work into the 21st century, at least visually, with a more modernised and digitally-stylised telling than their recent attempts.
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Tchaikovsky's Fifth provides sumptuous feast in Hong Kong

Structurally intricate and riddled with personal undercurrents, Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no. 5 was handled with a deft touch by conductor Daniel Raiskin. 
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A Rhenish to remember Lio Kuokman and the Hong Kong Philharmonic

Pianist Colleen Lee displays both dexterity and delicacy in Mozart's Coronation concerto, while HK Phil strut their romantic stuff in Schumann's Rhenish Symphony.
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Magic, Colour and Spectacle: Scheherazade at the HK Phil

It was in the return of the love theme that was initiated with the greatest delicacy that elevated the movement from the whimsical to the sublime.
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Zee Zee’s furious fireworks in Liszt with the Hong Kong Philharmonic

Zee Zee dazzles Hongkongers in Liszt's First Piano Concerto and the HK Phil excels in Brahms with Austrian conductor, Christoph Koncz.
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