Back by popular demand!
The story of the Mid-Autumn Festival comes to life in this delightful octet for Western and Chinese instruments, specially commissioned by Premiere Performances. Combining chamber music and bilingual narration, the show features a stellar cast of local musicians. The composition is a collaboration between composer Alexis Alrich and author Christina Matula-Häkli, both of whom are Hong Kong based and who share an interest in, and passion for, Chinese culture.
Prior to the performance, children can join the special holiday lantern-making workshop organized by the Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
An illustrated book version of the story written by Ms Matula-Häkli with bright and vivid illustrations by young, local illustrator, Pearl Law, will be available for sale prior to the performance.
Tickets are $300. Friends of Premiere Performances and Asia Society members can get tickets for $250.
*10% discount for groups of 4 or more