“Om Encounter” Work-in-Progress

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Yat Po Singers is thrilled to show the audience their work-in-progress of “Om Encounter”, the new A cappella theatrical production. The new production aims to work from the ground of Chinese traditional opera to explore new possibilities on art forms, and to re-examine this traditional “musical theatre” from a modern perspective.

Michael Lam and Yuri Ng are leading the creative process with the music composition by Ng Cheuk Yin, lyrics by Leung Pak Kin, and Anna Lo as choral director.

Full version of the play reading will be available on-site only, selected pieces of the performance would go online for on-demand viewing during 20-30.11.2020.

Quota for live performance is with limited registration quota with first-come-first-serve basis.

Date & Time

11 November 2020 7:30 PM
12 November 2020 7:30 PM
13 November 2020 7:30 PM

[Free of charge. First come first served]


Tai Kwun, JC Cube

Creative Team

Production: Yat Po Singers
Director / Stage Designer: Yuri Ng
Music Director / Composer / Song Arranger: Ng Cheuk Yin
Playwright: Michael Lam
Lyricist: Leung Pak Kin
Choral Director / Deputy Music Director: Anna Lo
Assistant Director: Noel Pong*
Sound Designer: Candog Ha
Production Manager: Gloria Ngai
Deputy Stage Manager: Oliva Li
Mixing Engineer: Yiu Siu Ki
Monitor Mixing Assistant: Chow Tak Hei
Audio Assistant: Leung Sze Wah
Performers: Jordan Cheng, Fung Chi Yau, Sam Lau, Rick Lau, Lawrence Li, Ma Hin Yung, Christie To, Ronald Tsang
Graphic Design: Claire Yip#

*Appearance by kind permission of City Contemporary Dance Company
# “The Arts Administration Internship Scheme” is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.


Photo credit: Cheung Chi Wai @ Moon 9 image


Tel:+852 2154 4233


  • The programme will be conducted in Cantonese
  • Recommended for ages 16 and above
  • The programme will last for approximately 75 mins without intermission
  • Yat Po Singers reserves the right to change programme and artists
  • The content of this programme does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region