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CHILL MUSIC

14/12/2022
Hong Kong City Hall
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Chilled sounds from Iceland

Iceland’s cool winter landscapes have formed the inspiration for a unique musical language. Chill Music features breathtaking and sublime music by the greatest Icelandic composers. These include the 20th-century composer Jón Leifs, impactful and awarding-winning film composers Hildur Guðnadóttir, Jóhann Jóhannsson and Atli Örvarsson and popular minimalist composers Ólafur Arnalds and Eydís Evensen.


| Programme |

Jóhann Jóhannsson The Theory of Everything

Jón Leifs Consolation for Strings, Op.66

Daniel Bjarnason Air to Breath

Hildur Guðnadóttir Bær, Opaque

Ólafur Arnalds Only the Winds

Atli Örvarsson Beachwood

Viktor Orri Árnason Nectar

Gabríel Ólafs Cyclist Waltz, The Drifter, The Lily, Absent Minded

Eydís Evensen Bylur, Wandering II, Deep Under, The Northern Sky, Midnight Moon

Upptakturrin/The Upbeat!

Event Information
Date14/12/2022
Time12:00 - 13:30
Target AudienceFamily
Minimum PriceHKD 220
More Price Info.Ticket Prices: $450, 350, 250
Venue
Address

Hong Kong City Hall

Edinburgh Place, Central

Hong Kong Island

Central and Western

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Organizer
City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong
City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong (CCOHK) holds a unique position as one of Asia’s leading chamber orchestras. Members are professional musicians experienced in playing a diverse range of music styles and genres including Baroque, Classical, Contemporary, East/West Crossover, Tango, Jazz, Cinema and Orchestra Theatre. Established since 1999, CCOHK has performed with many world-class artists including Sir James Galway, Dame Evelyn Glennie, Dame Emma Kirkby, Sir Thomas Allen, Sir Neville Marriner, Michala Petri, Christian Lindberg, Sarah Chang, Philippe Entremont, Julian Lloyd Webber, Edgar Meyer, Branford Marsalis, Richard Galliano, Sharon Isbin and Dawn Upshaw. The orchestra has also collaborated with celebrities including Hayley Westenra, Richard Clayderman, Robin Gibb, Dame Edna Everage and Canto-pop stars Sandy Lam, Hins Cheung, Hacken Lee and Jacky Cheung. Additional highlights include concerts with the Vienna Boys’ Choir, The American Boychoir, the Warsaw Boys Choir, the Swedish Voices Chamber Choir, the King’s Singers and the Swingle Singers. On tour CCOHK has been invited to perform in Italy, Taipei, Beijing, Chengdu and at the 20th China Shanghai International Arts Festival. In Hong Kong, CCOHK’s engagements have included Hong Kong Ballet, French May Arts Festival, RTHK Radio 4’s televised Christmas Concerts in the Park, the World Harp Congress and The Hong Kong International Piano Competition. A keen supporter of contemporary music, CCOHK has performed for Musicarama and at the Hong Kong Contemporary Music Festival, and has commissioned new works by Mao Yuan, Daniel Binelli, Dobrinka Tabakova and Richard Harvey. The orchestra’s CDs include world premiere recordings on four internationally acclaimed releases on the NAXOS, Orchid Classics, Forgotten Records and OUR Recordings labels. CCOHK’s passion for building young audiences for music has inspired the evolution of several new and fully staged musical productions and extravaganzas. Credits include Magnificent Mozart, The Star Bach, Vivaldi Unmasked, The Bonn Man, Haydn & The Prince, WILD (The Musical) and Bug Symphony, winner of the Public Choice Award at the YAMawards in Portugal 2017. At the helm of CCOHK’s artistic planning is CCOHK’s founder Leanne Nicholls who was awarded for Community Service in the HKSAR’s Chief Executive’s 2022 Honours List for her contribution to the development of classical music in Hong Kong. Chief conductors include French conductor Jean Thorel (2008 to 2016) and Armenian conductor and virtuoso pianist Vahan Mardirossian (since 2019).
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