US mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato performs at the Beare’s Premiere Music Festival in Hong Kong in 2019. The event has been cancelled for the second year in a row, causing  organisers losses of over US$130,000.
US mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato performs at the Beare’s Premiere Music Festival in Hong Kong in 2019. The event has been cancelled for the second year in a row, causing organisers losses of over US$130,000.

‘Many musicians have given up on Hong Kong’: fallout from Omicron curbs hits concert and theatre performers and organisers hard

  • Dozens of concerts and theatre performances will be cancelled or postponed because of venue closures rushed in to curb the spread of Covid-19 in Hong Kong
  • A music festival next week has been axed with a loss of US$130,000, and a conductor warns international soloists and orchestras have given up on the city

Topic |   Performing arts in Hong Kong
US mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato performs at the Beare’s Premiere Music Festival in Hong Kong in 2019. The event has been cancelled for the second year in a row, causing  organisers losses of over US$130,000.
US mezzo-soprano Joyce DiDonato performs at the Beare’s Premiere Music Festival in Hong Kong in 2019. The event has been cancelled for the second year in a row, causing organisers losses of over US$130,000.
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