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Guide to the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Jaap van Zweden © Hans van der Woerd
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Hong Kong Philharmonic enters its 45th season

Whether discovering new works or revisiting classics, the 2018-19 Hong Kong Philharmonic season has plenty to offer.
« A burnished tone brought the full palette of orchestral colours to life, expressive but soothing at the same time. In the end, it was a triumph for Mendelssohn, and for the Hong Kong Phil. »
Alan Yu, Bachtrack
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Hong KongMahler $200 - Symphony no. 9

Mahler: Symphony no. 9 in D major
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Jaap van Zweden

Hong KongMax Richter plays Max Richter

Richter
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Robert Ziegler; Max Richter; Mari Samuelsen; Grace Davidson

Hong KongKissin plays Liszt

Liszt, Strauss R.
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Andris Poga; Evgeny Kissin

Hong KongLong Yu | Scheherazade

Guo Wenjing, Barber, Rimsky-Korsakov
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra; Long Yu; Alban Gerhardt
« As Wagner’s story completed a full circle with the restoration of the ring to the Rhinemaidens, Jaap van Zweden blazed a trail for the Hong Kong Philharmonic to join the international big league. »
Alan Yu, Bachtrack
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Energetic Rachmaninov under Jaap van Zweden

Jaap van Zweden © Wong Kin Chung
The Hong Kong Philharmonic opens its 45th season with Mozart, Stravinsky and Rachmaninov. 
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Fantastic evening of “Scottish Fantasy” with the Hong Kong Phil

Long Yu © Askonas Holt
Scotch snap aplenty in evening of “Scottish Fantasy” with Hong Kong Philharmonic. 
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Jaap van Zweden blazes trail for the HK Phil

Jaap van Zweden conducts Götterdämmerung © Ramond Ho
The final instalment of the Hong Kong Philharmonic's Ring cycle merits the orchestra joining the international big league. 
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Variations of tension, energy and contrast in Hong Kong

Long Yu © Askonas Holt
Variations of tension, energy and contrast with Long Yu and the Hong Kong Phil.
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