Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam
Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam

Closed venues, cancelled programmes: Hong Kong artists anxious for pandemic measures to ease, so the show can go on

  • Dancers, musicians, Cantonese opera performers keep in shape, waiting for shows to resume
  • With no income through most of 2020, some artists forced to take up part-time jobs to survive

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam
Jessica Burrows (centre), from the Hong Kong Ballet, has spent much of the coronavirus-hit year practising alone. Photo: Nora Tam
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