5 Jan 2019 (Sat) 8 ‑ 9:30pm (1 hour 30 minutes)
$200 Regular | $160 Early Bird | $100 Concession
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Best known for his comic operas, Rossini retained his signature joy and humour in his Petite Messe Solennelle (1863), calling it "the last mortal sin of my old age". Written in Paris at the age of 71, this late masterpiece is neither little nor particularly solemn; instead it is an extensive choral work of drama and sensation, with elaborated and operatic passages for soloists, accompanied by the unusual duo of piano and harmonium (a small organ), making it an inspiration even for the most avant-garde of his contemporaries.

Hong Kong Voices, led by the award-winning conductor Grace Chiang, will team up with a league of young local talents and perform this choral masterwork. This is a concert surely not to be missed.

Hong Kong Voices, Choir
Grace Chiang, Conductor
Law Tsz-ying, Soprano
Keith Pun, Countertenor
Justin Li, Tenor
Frankie Fung, Bass
Cynthia Chan*, Piano
Anne Lam, Organ
*Appears by courtesy of the Hong Kong Dance Company

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​Free seating
Early bird discount till 9 Dec 2018
Concession rate valid for full-time students, senior citizens aged 60+ or people with disabilities

For ages 5 or above
Programme is approximately 80 minutes without intermission
Programme and artists are subject to change

Verum gaudium res severa est. “True pleasure is a serious business.”

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