Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco
Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco

Live concerts, theatre and dance performances resuming in Hong Kong next week – but don’t forget to wear your face mask

  • The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra kicks off its 2020/21 season with a continuation of Beethoven’s 250th birthday celebrations on October 9 and 10
  • October 30 will see the debut of the Hong Kong Ballet’s new season and a staging of Don Quixote

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Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco
Hong Kong Ballet dancers Chen Zhiyao (left) and Yang Ruiqi in Don Quixote, one of the live performances that are finally returning to the Hong Kong arts scene. Photo: Conrad Dy-Liacco
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