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Singapore Chinese Orchestra makes HK debut

The Singapore Chinese Orchestra will perform for the first time in Hong Kong in October as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Great Music 2015 series. 

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Polish films to be screened

Fourteen films by eight Polish directors will be screened in the Repertory Cinema 2015 - Moral Anxiety Polish Cinema series from September 25 to October 25, at the Film Archive.

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Canto-classics to be staged

The Fung Cheung Hung Troupe will perform three traditional Cantonese operas in October.

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Chinese woodwind concert set

Young suona and guan virtuoso Ma Wai-him will stage a Chinese music concert on September 30 at City Hall.

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Tchaikovsky concerts set

The Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra will stage two concerts in September, featuring Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto in D, Op. 35 and Symphony No.5 in E Minor, Op. 64.

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Hagen Quartet to perform

The Hagen Quartet will stage a concert in October as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department’s Great Music Series 2015.

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New style opera to be staged

A new-style opera Fish in the Hand, sung in Cantonese, will be staged at City Hall in October.

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Canto-operas to be staged

The Sunny Cantonese Opera Troupe will perform two Cantonese opera pieces in October, as part of the Leisure & Cultural Services Department's Chivalry & Valiance in Chinese Opera Series.

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Liu Tianhua tribute to be held

The City Chinese Orchestra will team with five guest performers for a September concert commemorating the 120th birthday of Chinese composer Liu Tianhua, best known for his innovative erhu work.

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Curators reveal museum secrets

Visitors to Hong Kong's museums are likely unaware of how much preparatory work goes into hosting an exhibition. It takes months or even years to acquire the artefacts, prepare them and organise how they will be displayed. This is where the curators come in. It is their job to research, collect, document and skilfully display the relics. But a lot of their work is done behind the scenes, so many do not get to experience first-hand what curators do.

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Artists revive Heritage Museum exhibits

The Heritage Museum recently invited 18 contemporary artists and designers to visit its permanent collection of Chinese antiquities and asked them to select an exhibit and create art inspired by their chosen piece.

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Literary talks set

The Leisure & Cultural Services Department will hold a series of talks in this year's Meet-the-Authors programme at public libraries from March to November.

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