Australian-Chinese tenor Wang Kang as Rodolfo (right) and Hong Kong soprano Louise Kwong as Mimi (left) in Opera Hong Kong’s new production of La Bohème. Photo: Opera Hong Kong
Australian-Chinese tenor Wang Kang as Rodolfo (right) and Hong Kong soprano Louise Kwong as Mimi (left) in Opera Hong Kong’s new production of La Bohème. Photo: Opera Hong Kong

Review |
Opera Hong Kong’s La Bohème effortlessly adapts the Parisian tale to modern times, with superb performances by the singers

  • Opera Hong Kong’s La Bohème featured a cast of outstandingly talented young local singers in its 19th-century Parisian tale transposed to modern times
  • The future of Opera Hong Kong – and opera in Hong Kong – looks bright, a testament to the passion and dedication of artistic director Warren Mok

Australian-Chinese tenor Wang Kang as Rodolfo (right) and Hong Kong soprano Louise Kwong as Mimi (left) in Opera Hong Kong’s new production of La Bohème. Photo: Opera Hong Kong
Australian-Chinese tenor Wang Kang as Rodolfo (right) and Hong Kong soprano Louise Kwong as Mimi (left) in Opera Hong Kong’s new production of La Bohème. Photo: Opera Hong Kong
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