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Jockey Club New Arts Power: Rock Hard (Re-run) This revival of Rock Hard revisits familiar ground. We examine our experiences of how times have changed and how our lives are different, and by incorporating these new feelings into a work that tells an old story, we hope to inspire audiences of our time to sustain the legacy of Rock Hard spirit. A group of boy scouts on a hiking trip through Hong Kong’s best greenery. Along the way, they sing…Find out more »
To celebrate the 20th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR, RTHK has gathered Hong Kong young musicians to hold the concert Our Hong Kong Young Voice. Date & Time: 2017.10.21 8pm Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall Reportoire First Half J.S.Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 Rearranger: Keith Wong Performer: Yat Po Singers (a cappella) Dani Howard: Verticality Performers: Lio Kuokman (conductor) / City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong Lam Fung: Autumn Waves –…Find out more »
Hong Kong Twist Concert Date: 17 August 2017 (Thu)｜20:00 Venue: Y Theatre, LG1, Youth Square Special Guest: Yat Po Singers (Hong Kong) Hong Kong is best known for combining multidisciplinary arts in Asia. Yat Po Singers from Hong Kong, the expert in multidisciplinary performances, will challenge the audience by twisting theatre elements with A Cappella together with other Aca-singers. Details: http://www.youthsquare.hk/chi/hot-news/253/Find out more »
Sing While You Can The groundbreaking a cappella theatre performance, with original pieces by local composer, David Ho-Yi Chan, and an overseas composer from Japan, Kazuki Takeuchi , lively presented by Yat Po Singers will be staged at the Kwai Tsing Theatre Black Box Theatre from 24-25 June 2017. The a cappella theatre double bill includes a production titled “It is said that this is our era of survival...” by David Ho-Yi Chan and the another production “To kyo” is…Find out more »
Save The Next Song For Me Date & Time: 2017.03.31－04.01, 8pm 2017.04.02, 3pm Venue: Hong Kong City Hall Theatre Ticket Price: $280, $150 Over the years we've all had our individual stories transpire in this karaoke. Perhaps we all came here for different reasons, excitedly, unwillingly, or you didn't care. But when the evening drew to a close and the lights were turned back on, we all left with a certain sense of gratification, a certain peace of mind.…Find out more »
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