The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK PhilThe Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK Phil
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK Phil

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is back – with Beethoven, birthdays and bombast in its ‘From note to hope’ 2020/21 season

  • December features gala to honour Jaap van Zweden, orchestra’s 60-year-old music director, and Japan’s film composer Joe Hisaishi leads programmes as he turns 70
  • Star-studded concert schedule also features German violinist Anne-Sophie Mutter, Austrian pianist Rudolf Buchbinder and 12-city Asian and European tour

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The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK PhilThe Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK Phil
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, which has been performing virtually on social media for the past six months during the Covid-19 outbreak, will be back performing on stage for its ‘From note to hope; In music we rejoice’ 2020/21 season from October. Photo: HK Phil
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