Theatre, Opera & Musical
Hong Kong truly embraces the performing arts, with a vibrant cultural scene that is home to some of the most talented performers and artists in the world. From theatre productions to dance performances, music concerts to puppet, Hong Kong offers a rich and diverse range of performing arts experiences that are sure to delight and captivate audiences of all ages.
One of the highlights of the upcoming performing arts in Hong Kong is the range of events and performances taking place across the city. From large-scale productions to intimate performances, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you're a seasoned performing arts enthusiast or simply looking for a night of entertainment, the upcoming season promises to be a feast for the senses.
With its thriving cultural scene and rich history of artistic expression, Hong Kong is truly a hub for performing arts. Whether you're interested in theatre, dance, music, or puppet, there is no shortage of opportunities to experience the best of the performing arts in this vibrant and dynamic city. One of the most powerful aspects of performing arts is their ability to evoke emotions. Whether it’s a moving piece of music, a powerful dance performance, or a gripping theatre production, performing arts have the ability to connect on an emotional level and leave a lasting impression.
Don't miss the upcoming Hong Kong performing arts events and performances if you are yearning for the finest theatre and musical programmes. With their blend of beauty, emotion, and technical skill, these performances are sure to leave the audiences in awe.
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Dr Miracle (Le docteur Miracle) – One-act comic opera by Georges Bizet*
Dr Miracle (Le docteur Miracle, 1857) was Georges Bizet's light and airy first opera, written when he was just eighteen for a competition run by the master of French operetta, Jacques Offenbach. A joint winner with Charles Lecocq, the opera was performed eleven times at Offenbach's Bouffes-Parisiens theatre. More operetta than opera, and only about an hour in length, Dr Miracle is a comedy that doesn't take itself too seriously, yet still shows early evidence of the talent of the future composer of Carmen.
Musica Viva × French May — An Enchanted Evening of Mélodies Françaises
Co-presented by French May Arts Festival and Musica Viva, produced by Prof. Lo Kingman, this programme features budding local singers performing a selection of songs while accompanied by a chamber ensemble and two contemporary dancers.
This concert showcases some famous and significant French works of the Romantic period. The programme covers solo, duo and ensemble vocal and violin compositions written by Franck, Faure, Duparc, and Ravel, to name a few. From the beautiful music, you will meet impressionism and find yourself in a space which is full of romance, blessings, ease, and warmth.
A Great Cry of Love (Un grand cri d’amour de Josiane Balasko)
Before they divorced, Hugo and Gigi were a remarkable artistic couple. Since then, Gigi has fallen into depression while Hugo, her ex-husband, is trying to restart his theater acting career. As Hugo prepares for his comeback, his partner defects. His agent has the idea of reuniting Hugo and Gigi and making it a media event.