8 Oct 2019

Beare’s Premiere Music Festival On Sale Now!

We are thrilled to announce
the 2020 Beare’s Premiere Music Festival!

The 11th Festival will feature 34 musicians in 6 concerts, taking place from 8-16 January 2020.
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17 Sep 2019

2019/20 Recital Series On Sale Now!

2019/20 RECITAL SERIES

Our 13th Recital Series features diverse repertoire and a dynamic range of top international soloists, chamber ensembles and orchestras – there’s something for everyone in this series! Save up to 25% with our early bird discount by purchasing multiple concerts.

Tickets and more information are now available only at www.pphk.org. The discount scheme will change on 14 September when tickets become available at www.urbtix.hk.

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12 Apr 2019

Sneak Preview: Alice Sara Ott to make her Recital Debut in our 2019/2020 Recital Series

“Her technique is ­dazzling, her tone ­wonderfully varied, from ­crystalline purity to powerfully raw, and the energy propelling her playing seems unstoppable.” – The Guardian

German-Japanese pianist Alice Sara Ott will grace the stage of City Hall in November with a programme of French repertoire inspired by her new album, Nightfall. As a prominent figure in the international classical music scene Alice Sara Ott is one of the world’s most in-demand soloists, regularly performing with the world’s leading conductors and orchestras.

Although Alice has struggled with some health problems recently, she is determined to carry on with her performance career. Mark your calendars now to catch this courageous pianist!

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22 Mar 2019

5,800 Students, 20 Schools, 1 Big Success!

Australian percussion ensemble B’tutta inspires thousands of kids across Hong Kong!

Over the past two weeks, Australian percussion ensemble B’tutta performed concerts and workshops in 20 schools, delighting nearly 5,800 students through our Chamber Music In Schools programme. Many of these concerts took place in the New Territories, including in Fanling and Sheung Shui.

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11 Mar 2019

On the eternal relevance of Bach

“Bach opens a vista to the universe. After experiencing him, people feel there is meaning to life after all.”

These are the words of Helmut Walcha, a blind German organist who recorded all of JS Bach’s organ works in the aftermath of World War II. In the shadow of the 20th century’s darkest trauma, Bach restored his faith in humanity.Read Article

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