10 Nov 2018 (Sat) 7:30 ‑ 10:30pm (3 hours)
11 Nov 2018 (Sun) 2:30 ‑ 4:30pm (2 hours)
10 Salisbury Road, Tsimshatsui, Kowloon
$680 / $480 / $380 / $280
contributed by




全日制學生 (半價優惠)
60歲或以上的高齡人士 (半價優惠)
殘疾人士及看護人* (半價優惠)

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每次購買10-19張正價門票 (八五折優惠)
每次購買20張或以上正價門票 (八折優惠)
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Sunlight after Snowfall
Date: 10~11.11.2018
Venue: Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Time: 10.11 Sat. 19:30, 11.11 Sun. 14:30
Ticket Price:$680、$480、$380、$280
(Half-price discount for full-time students, and senior citizens aged 60 or above)
With Chinese and English subtitles
Online ticketing at URBTIX

About the performance
Sunlight after Snowfall is a splendid crossover of Peking Opera and symphony orchestra that breaks through the barriers of time and space, art and performance style. Composer Chung Yiu-Kwong was born and raised in Hong Kong, later established his music career in Taiwan. He composed the symphonic music score for this contemporary Peking Opera production. This performance also marks the first ever collaboration between the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and internationally acclaimed Taiwanese conductor Chien Wen-Pin. Peking Opera diva Wei Hai-Min and distinguished Laosheng Tang Wen-Hua together with Baritone artist Wu Bai-Yu-His and Soprano artist Chiang Chi-Chen will lead the GuoGuang Opera Company and Taipei Philharmonic Chorus to tell the story how this treasured letter by the legendary Chinese calligrapher Wang Xizhi from Jin dynasty has drifted through history till the present day.

About the artists
GuoGuang Opera Company is a Taiwanese performance art troupe headed by art director Wang An-Chi and troupe leader Chang Yu-Hua. The company’s plays in recent years have expanded from preserving and passing on the essence of Peking opera traditions to introducing a sense of literariness and modernity, enabling modern Peking opera to go beyond the stage and join the contemporary literary scene. GuoGuang’s performances exhibit diverse creativity and humanistic thinking, paving the way to a new Taiwanese Peking opera aesthetic. Recent productions, including The Golden Cangue, Meng Xiaodong, One Hundred Years on Stage and Lord Guan Yu on Stage, have been well received by Hong Kong audiences.

The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) is recognised as Asia’s foremost classical orchestra. The orchestra’s Music Director Jaap van Zweden is one of today’s most sought-after conductors; Yu Long is the Principal Guest Conductor of the HK Phil.

World renowned conductor Chien Wen-Pin was born in Taipei and became Kapellmeister of the Deutsche Oper am Rhein in 1996 till 2018. He was also the Music Director of the Taiwan Philharmonic NSO from 2001 till 2007.

Born in Hong Kong, Chung Yiu-Kwong is familiarized with Cantonese music and also Classical Music from radio broadcast. He settled in Taiwan in 1991, has served as General Director of the Taipei Chinese Orchestra from 2007 to 2015, and is now one of Taiwan's best known percussionists and most sought after composers.
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