Change of Programme and Artists In view of the recent Cornonavirus outbreak, the Geneva Camarata cancelled their tour including the performance in Hong Kong. Their acclaimed conductor and pianist David Greilsammer will be presenting a solo piano recital instead. Visit the Event Page for updated concert details. For ticketing enquiries, please contact Ms. Loretta CheungRead Article
Concert and School Tour Cancellation: The Air I Breathe
The Family Concert and School Tour “The Air I Breathe” (previously scheduled for 8 March 2020) is cancelled due to the Coronavirus Outbreak. Ticket holders to the cancelled concert please contact our Box Office Manager Ms Loretta Cheung (email@example.com, +852 2811 2321) for ticket arrangements.
To tie in with the response level under the “Preparedness and Response Plan for Novel Infectious Disease of Public Health Significance” being raised to Emergency Response Level and avoid people from gathering, the Leisure and Cultural Services Department (LCSD) announced on 28 January 2020 that the LCSD cultural and leisure facilities, including Sha Tin Town Hall, will be temporarily closed from 29 January 2020 until further notice. The Education Bureau also announced to delay the resumption on classes on 2 March 2020 earliest.
Premiere Performances office to be closed until at least 9 February
In view of the Coronavirus outbreak, the Premiere Performances office will be closed until 9 February. For tickets pick-up please contact our Box Office Manager Loretta Cheung at firstname.lastname@example.org or at +852 9545 6851. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Kung Hei Fat Choi! The Premiere Performances office will be closed for the Lunar New Year, and will be opened on 3 February. We wish you a very happy and musical Year of the Rat!
See what we’ve been up to this year!
During the 2018/2019 season, Premiere Performances celebrated the 10th Anniversary of the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival (now renamed the Beare’s Premiere Music Festival), and presented over 100 events reaching nearly 25,000 people.
Learn more by reading our 2018/2019 Annual Report!
Hong Kong chamber music festival opens with virtuoso performances of Bach’s brilliant Brandenburg Concertos
- Six pieces by the master of baroque music gave a variety of soloists the chance to shine, notably violinist Arnaud Sussman and flautist Emily Beynon
- Harpsichordist Mahan Esfahani made the most of his moment in the limelight, and trumpeter David Washburn brought the evening to a pyrotechnic conclusion