We hada performance in Fringe Club on Monday, 3 December 2018. Audiences loved it and happy birthday to Patrick!
Fringe Club, Dairy
2018-Dec-03 8:00 PM (Doors open at 7:30 PM)
HKD 160 (Advanced & Fringe Club Members)
HKD 200 (Standard)
Includes one free drinks
2018-12-03 8:00 PM (7:30 聽眾入席)
HKD 160 (預購，藝穗會會員)
HKD 200 (即日)
Hogy Vagy, Hungary! Unlike the French and the German, the Hungarian is a nationality that developed a strong musical culture coming from the common folks instead of the 17th century courts and churches. Their charateristic gypsy bands had been so popular and entertaining that this passionate, virtuosic and earthly music has become the iconic Hungarian style in everyone’s heart – even if some dislike it as it is not serious music in a proper setting.
In the early 20th century, Zoltan Kodaly and Bela Bartok searched for and recorded thousands of ‘authentic’ Hungarian folk songs systemically. Did they manage to redefine the Hungarian style? You tell us! Join us to celebrate the winter with a vibrant selection of Hungarian music!
二十世紀初，高大宜及巴托克尋找並紀錄過千首匈牙利樂曲， 輯納成冊，再編寫新曲，嘗試重新定義匈牙利音樂。他們成功嗎？那要請您出席我們的冬季音樂會”Hogy Vagy, Hungary!”，請教您了！
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昨晚，我們聯同燈光藝術家陳一云，把音樂的顏色帶到大家眼前，並介紹這次project背後的構思。這是一場豐富的音樂會, 我們與觀眾探索、感受音樂同顔色的關係, 歡迎你們參加星期五的 presentation & demonstration.
Public Showcase and Sharing
Date& time: 27 June 8-9pm
Venue: Parsons Warehouse, Hung Hom (11/F Gemstar Tower, 23 Man Lok Street, Hung Hom)
Date& time: 29 June 6-7pm & 730-830pm
Venue: Hive Spring (3F, Remex Centre, 42 Wong Chuk Hang Rd, Aberdeen)
We will be showing audience Ballet and Music on this weekend.
There will be some familiar ballet music like Sugar Plum Fairy, Black Swan form Swan Lake , Romeo and Juliet and Petrushka.
What else will be there?
P.S. The concert is free, it’s at the Cultural Centre Foyer
the programme was on air at 5:30, on 1st Febuary on channel Rthk31.
One of the big categories of music is for dancing.
During the early 19th Century, when the waltz first came to prominence, it was very much a ballroom dance and not much else. Yet with the development of Romantic music, especially through Chopin and Johann Strauss, the waltz became more of an emblem, to the point that in modern society the waltz’s emblematic meaning has more relevance than its actual function as a dance. By tradition, cities across the world including Vienna and Hong Kong celebrate the New Year by having a concert of waltzes, but the question remains: how did the waltz acquire such an emblematic significance?
Programme elaborated mainly in Cantonese.
$160 (in advance, Fringe members), $200 (on the day); includes one standard drink
Admission: 30 minutes before show time.
Limited seats, first-come-first-served.
Drink coupon will be distributed at the door.
No outside drink or food is allowed inside the venue.
Fringe Club (852) 2521 7251