In Already tomorrow in Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR – China – People’s Republic of China .. Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.. Featuring towards the Start the New Year for you with the most dazzling chapter of Chinese music in which Chinese New Years is on 12th February 2021.. ! Today on 9th February 2021 is the theme orchestra featuring score “Big Dragon and Phoenix”, which premiered at 8 o’clock in the evening in the world, has many years of lanterns high, 80 musicians and two lions gathered together, plus 32 kinds of blowing and percussion instruments to form a dragon and a tiger. Bring you sound and picture music Huaichun, and best wishes for the Year of the Ox…..
Featuring with This rousing Chinese Lunar New Year performing from the flagship Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is not to be missed: to ward off evil spirits; to clear the way for good fortune to come home; and to usher in a prosperous Year of the Ox with abundant blessings…..featuring with the this 4-minute Musical Red Couplets, featuring 80 musicians, 32 types of instruments and two dancing lions, is sure to bring an upbeat mood at this festive time of the year. What to look out for: Bianzhong (bronze bells) – rarely seen percussion set of bronze bells (weighing about 1.6 tonnes); Jiangu (big drum) – a massive drum from Jiangzhou of Shanxi province (1.3 metres in diameter and 1 metre deep); and Eco-huqins, developed by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
Featuring with many of the Chinese Traditional ancient musical instruments in which fusion with Classical Western Musical Instruments in some featuring with attentive attention.. ….Chime: Bronze ritual vessel, freshly exposed in front of the camera, weighing about 1.6 tons…..Construction drum: Shanxi Jiangzhou drum, 1.3 meters in circumference and 1 meter in depth……..Environmental Huqin: developed by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra…….
Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra is a Venue Partner of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre
Images and visuals are from… Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra