Get your tickets for Anna Karenina, Mandopop and Japanese rock with a symphony orchestra

Russian ballet, the biggest names in Taiwanese pop, and Koji Tamaki with the HK City Pops Orchestra

PUBLISHED : Thursday, 15 October, 2015, 11:17am
UPDATED : Thursday, 15 October, 2015, 11:17am

Anna Karenina  

Eifman Ballet of St Petersburg is bringing a Russian flavour to Macau. A ballet interpretation of the novel by Leo Tolstoy tells the poignant story of Anna Karenina, an aristocrat, socialite and wife of a senior government official, who challenged the social and religious norms in 19th-century Russia.

Boris Eifman, founder of the company, demonstrates his creative power in bringing the story to life through contemporary choreography and Tchaikovsky’s music.

November 28-29, 8pm, Macao Cultural Centre, Macau, HK$150-HK$300 Macau Ticket. Inquiries: 2380 5083


Taiwan Music Series

Some of hottest names in Mandopop will land in Macau next month for three weekend concerts. Among those performing will be Show Lo, Amber An, Calvin Chen (Nov 14); JJ Lin, A-Lin and Aaron Yan (Nov 21); Hebe Tien, Yoga Lin and Janice Yan (Nov 28).

November 14, November 21, November 28, 8pm, Studio City Event Centre, Macau, HK$680-HK$1,580 Inquiries: (853) 8865 3333


Koji Tamaki Premium Symphonic Concert  

A star in Japan for more than three decades, the Anzen Chitai frontman joins the HK City Pops Orchestra, under the baton of Chiu Tsang-hei, playing his greatest hits.  

November 13, 8.15pm, AsiaWorld-Expo, Lantau, HK$480-HK$1,280 Urbtix. Inquiries: 2838 8569