22 Apr 2018 (Sun) 5 ‑ 7pm (2 hours)
10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon
$1000 / 480 / 350 / 250 *
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Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong (MYO) is bringing the world-renowned theatrical mime duo Magic Circle Mime Co. (MCMCo.) back to the concert hall with the most entertaining, educational, and enthralling program ever!

The concert hall is jeopardized by two impromptu performers giving the conductor a big headache in an educational family concert. A bugle-playing mime who wants to sing opera and a tap-dancing ballerina are so fascinated by the orchestra performance that they went up to stage to join the performance together without invitation!

How would the orchestra and conductor stay posed and teach these two mischievous audiences “the art of listening” and music appreciation?

Programme Highlight
  • Bizet – Carmen: Suite No.1 Les Toreadors
  • Britten – A Young Person’s Guide to the Orchestra, Op. 34
  • Tchaikovsky – Swan Lake Suite, Dance of the Little Swans

Ticket Price Remark
  • Senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder, and full-time students: 30% off (except for VIP tickets)
  • Each purchase of 30 or more standard tickets: 30% off (except for VIP tickets)
  • VIP ticket holders ($1,000 each) will get the privilege to meet the artist from Magic Circle Mime Co.

Magic Circle Mime Co.
Magic Circle Mime Co. (MCMCo) is regarded as one of today’s premier family attractions. Their highly acclaimed performances, which unite the concert orchestra with visual theatre, are consistently praised for imaginative and innovative content. Magic Circle Mime Co. performs with many major orchestras in North America, and has performed at festivals and with major orchestras in Asia. This performance would be the 6th cooperation with MYO. There must be more excitements!

Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong (MYO)
Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong (MYO) is one of the nest youth orchestras in Asia founded in 2003. Music Excellence with A Soul has always been MYO’s motto. MYO strives to explore the limitless possibilities in music. Since the establishment of MYO in 2003, the orchestra hosted a variety of charity concerts, aspiring to serve our community through music. Concert proceeds go to various local and global social organizations. Besides working with world’s nest musicians and conductors, the orchestra has shared stage with inspiring musical gures including 4-finger pianist Lee Hee-Ah (Korea), limbless life warrior Nick Vujicic, one-handed violinist Adrian Anantawan (Canada), former Disney Animation Master Davy Liu (Taiwan), Watoto Choir (Uganda), local blind singer Pinky Li, visually impaired pianist Li Hin, and autistic pianist Lau Chi-Ming. In 2014, MYO began bringing orchestra performances to the community by conducting numerous ash mob performances. The online videos of those performances have received over half a million viewers to date.
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