(From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Chinese musical instrument players on three concert programmes they put together for Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

  • A fusion of lute and horn inspired by Hong Kong’s neon lights, jazz tunes on the huqin, and a string ensemble – Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra pushes boundaries
  • Three young players of Chinese musical instruments drawn from its ranks talk us through the concert programmes for this season they were invited to devise

Topic |   Music
(From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen (From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
(From left) Huqin player Li Xiaoding, pipa player Belle Shiu, and daruan player Lau Yuek-lam have created three concert programmes for the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra’s new season. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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