Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra
Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra

Concert celebrating Chinese Communist Party’s centenary to show Hong Kong’s ‘unique’ blend of East and West

  • The Hong Kong String Orchestra and violinist Yao Jue, its founder, will perform a variety of Chinese and Western music to honour Hong Kong’s diversity
  • The ‘Centennial and HKSAR Establishment Celebration Concert’ takes place at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall on June 13

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Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra
Yao Jue, violinist and founder of the Hong Kong String Orchestra which will give a concert of Chinese and Western music to celebrate the Chinese Communist Party’s centenary and the city’s rich diversity. Photo: Courtesy of Hong Kong String Orchestra
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