[LUNCHTIME CONCERT] MONTHLY RECITAL SERIES
Date: Friday, 18 January 2019 | Friday, 15 February 2019
Time: 13:00 – 13:45
Venue: Liu Haisu Gallery, 1/F T.T. Tsui Building, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU, 90 Bonham Road, Pokfulam
Cost: Free admission, all are welcome.
Young artists of the Jockey Club Opera Hong Kong Young Artist Development Programme will present you excerpts of famous operas on a monthly basis from January to November in 2019 at the University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong. The upcoming performance will be on 18 January and 15 February 2019 (Fri), 1:00PM-1:45PM.
REPERTOIRE AND PERFORMERS
Friday, 18 January 2019: Roméo et Juliette - Phoebe Tam, Samantha Chong, Chen Yong and Alexander Chen
Friday, 15 February 2019: Die Fledermaus - Phoebe Tam, Li Yang, Samantha Chong, Chen Yong and Alexander Chen
ABOUT JOCKEY CLUB OPERA HONG KONG YOUNG ARTIST DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
Sponsored by The Jockey Club Charities Trust, the Jockey Club Opera Hong Kong Young Artist Development Programme (the Programme) is the first-ever intensive opera training project complemented with a series of outreach activities in Hong Kong. Mr. Gong Dongjian, a famous bass and an experienced vocal coach, is the Programme Director of the Programme. The ten selected soloists for the Programme 2017-18 are sopranos Lam Wing Wing Colette, Li Yang, Tam Lok Hin Phoebe, Wong Wah Sheung Joyce, Mezzo-sopranos Chan Ho Yuen Dominique, Chong Ying Zing Samantha, Zhang Qian Bobbie, tenor Chen Yong, baritones Chen Chun Yiu Alexander and Chien Sum Ming Sammy.
Founded in 1953, UMAG is the oldest continuously operated museum in Hong Kong. Chief among its collections are the Museum’s ceramics, which display the extraordinary achievements of the Chinese potter from jars painted in the Neolithic period to the decorative porcelains of the Qing dynasty. The permanent collection is complemented by a broad range of special exhibitions and contemporary and ancient art works, including chinoiserie tapestries produced by the Beauvais manufactory in France and 100 documentary images from the renowned Magnum photographer Erich Lessing.