I am excited to be part of the team working on the first ever yearbook on classical music, documenting classical music concerts in Hong Kong.
Wiener Staatsoper is providing free vouchers to blog readers to view two upcoming operas live online, Jacque Offenbach's Les contes d'Hoffmann and Leoš Janáček's The Cunning Little Vixen.
Contemporary musician Sascia Pellegrini is no stranger to crossing frontier: bred in Italy and now based in Hong Kong, his music traverses the borders of media and genre.
Freddy Kempf has a heavy programme on hand. He solidly performs them all, but in surprisingly different approaches. Things get nasty at the end.
Vladimir Ashkenazy conducts the Hong Kong Philharmonic with fiery passion and freshness on Richard Strauss and Jean Sibelius.
Jaap van Zweden and the Hong Kong Philharmonic unveils today the new 2013–4 season which marks the orchestra's 40th birthday.
Evelynn Glennie is coming to Hong Kong, again with the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, in May. This time she is also playing highland bagpipes.
It is rather unanticipated to hear the departure of Igor Yuzefovich, the Russian concertmaster who became Hong Kong Philharmonic in January 2012.
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus rejoices in celebrating its resurrection rightly in Easter with a massive Messiah.
The programme features Hong Kong musicians playing music of Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Henry Purcell, Marin Marais, Georg Muffat and Anton Huberty on period instruments.