The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
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Hong Kong Philharmonic’s US$6 million funding boost helps it forget coronavirus woes

  • Swire Group has been the orchestra’s main corporate sponsor for 15 years and will extend its support for another three years in a US$6 million package
  • A new fellowship programme will also see six music graduates from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts receive intensive training

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The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra will continue its partnership with Swire Group, its main corporate sponsor for the last 15 years, after agreeing a new three-year package worth HK$46.4 million. Photo: Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
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