We need you help to rescue Little Red Riding Hood from Big Bad Wolf! This classic French children story will be adapted for our storytelling concert as “ Sleep Tight, Big Bad Wolf! “
This will be the forth production of Concerto da Camera’s storytelling concert. We will be performing live French baroque music on period instruments. French music emphasis on the tone colour, sound and uses form of dance music. Along with the experienced director, script writer, actress Yeung Shuk Man for her theatre performance to our show! Setting in a small size venue within a close distance from the stage, audiences easily enjoy an hour of interactive entertainment for children and parents that you couldn’t miss!
Concerto da Camera was established in 2004, formed by professional musicians in Hong Kong. With our unique design concert programme, we have performed in various art performing venues, give educational concerts and chamber music workshops at schools and give music appreciation talks at universities, in order for audiences to arouse their interest in classical music and to understand the art of chamber music playing.
Our “Young Musicians’ Programme” launched in 2008, provides great opportunities for the young generation to be trained and perform on stage, as well as gaining valuable experience on their learning paths.
Our Concerto da Camera Baroque Ensemble was formed in 2011. To bring authenticity to our perfromances, we give concerts in various heritage sites in Hong Kong, performing 18th century music with period instruments for our audiences.
Concerto da Camera is a non-profit performing organization with charitable status, we are grateful for your support!
Director, Playwright & Actress- Samantha Yeung Shuk Man
She graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) Degree, majoring in Acting. She is a recipient of scholarships including Jackie Chan Scholarship, Chung Pu Memorial Scholarship, Dean of Drama School Scholarship and HKAPA Association Scholarship.
In addition to her theatre performances, Yeung has also appeared in films, music videos as well as TV commercials. She was a full-time English Performing Arts teacher and now works as a freelance actress, playwright, director and performance tutor.