A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO
A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra ready to open city’s arts festival with programme of premieres and past commissions

  • Artistic director of Hong Kong’s only professional orchestra of Chinese instrument players has used hiatus over past year to mine its archives
  • The orchestra will showcase the best of the 2,400 works it has commissioned in past 44 years, along with new ones, in a series of concerts

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO
A still from “Dragon Phoenix”, a new music video that the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra made to celebrate Lunar New Year. The troupe has posted several videos since public performance venues closed to curb the spread of coronavirus in Hong Kong. Photo: HKCO
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