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25 avril 2019

Ticket Giveaway - Le French May

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1. Bach Studies: I Fall, I Flow, I Melt

The translation of music into movements.

Bach Studies is the latest full evening work from L.A. Dance Project’s Artistic Director, Benjamin Millepied. Inspired by the depth and complexity of Johann Sebastian Bach’s music, Millepied explores the Partita for Violin No. 2 in D Minor by applying the compositional techniques of counterpoint, fugue, and canon to choreography. Featuring costumes by long-time LADP collaborator, Alessandro Sartori, Bach Studies masterfully translates music into movement, resulting in a work that is at once technically sophisticated, delicate and emotionally compelling.

Founded in 2012 by Benjamin Millepied – L.A. Dance Project is comprised of an internationally acclaimed dance company, a performance venue in LA’s Arts District, and a series of new media initiatives.

03 May 2019, 8:15pm; 04 May 2019, 8:15pm
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Grand Theatre 
Invitation to the voyage takes us on a journey through music, poetry and painting. The programme begins with the Sinfonietta for String Orchestra Op. 52 by French composer Albert Roussel, who was a sailor-turned-composer. The sea was the constant inspiration for most of his works and appears to be an epic theme in Sinfonietta.
The programme presents a selection of the most beautiful melodies composed by Berlioz in honour of the 150th anniversary of his death sang by infamous French mezzo soprano Aurore Ugolin. While Philippe Hersant's Patmos for string orchestra takes us to the Greek Island where St John the Baptist wrote the Apocalyps.
The composer Edith Canat de Chizy gained inspiration from painter Nicholas de Stael's tragic destiny and his discovery of the colours, atmospheres and lights of Northern Europe, Provence and North Africa. Eric Genovese, a member of the celebrated Comedie-Française, will read excerpts from the painter's correspondence, while some of de Stael's most celebrated paintings are projected on stage above the orchestra. 
8 May 2019 (Wed) 8 pm.
Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall

Led by Fouad Boussouf, Massala Dance Company presents Näss(People), an original ensemble piece exploring the cross-cultural influences of North African dance and contemporary hip hop.
First you will hear the rhythm, immemorial and haunting. On these beats, seven male dancers come together, mixing hip hop and traditional dance patterns. Näss(people)’s powerful communion takes you to the streets of Morocco where modernity and traditions meet which makes the hip hop dance unique.

Acrobatics, rotations of continuous heads, and physical power, these are the spectacular movements that let dancers push and pull, tug and heave, spin and flip, spring and collapse, in a rhythmic odyssey that draws audiences into a vibrant adventure of dance fusion that is at the same time modern and fundamentally anchored in the traditions of Moroccan society.

18 May 2019, 8:00 pm; 19 May 2019, 8:00 pm
Sheung Wan Civic Centre Theatre

The performance will last for 1 hour 10 minutes with intermission. The performance will be followed by a sharing session with the artists.

With -Serenata Espanola”””” the French harpist Xavier de Maistre has joined forces with the legendary castanet player lucero Tena to form an exciting duo.

Xavier De Maistre. internationally celebrated solo harpist regularly succeeding in redefining the bounds of what is possible on his instrument and lucero Tena. legendary Mexican Spanish flamenco dancer and castanet player. met for the first time In Madrid In 2019. Ever since the dazzling combination of harp and castanets has formed a unique duo in concert halls. From the meeting was born an unusual and unprecedented dynamic and together they have performed all over the world. including Hamburg Elbphilharmonie (main hall). Berlin Boulez-Saal. Dusseldorf Tonhalle, NDNHannover (CroBer Sendesaal). Madrid Auditorio Nacional and Monaco Opera – Salle Gamier.

18 June 2019 8:00pm
Hong Kong Cultural Center - Concert Hall

“Astounding”, “breathtaking” , “compelling” – these are some of the most frequent words that critics use to describe Jean-Guihen Queyras’ performances.  The veteran cellist collaborates regularly with the world’s top orchestras such as Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestre de Paris and Philadelphia Orchestra, and has been Artist-in-Residence of renowned concert halls and festivals including Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall and Festival d’Aix-en-Provence.  In this concert with Hong Kong Sinfonietta, he will play the Asian première of Tristan Murail’s new work written for him, as well as an all-time favourite by Tchaikovsky, the Rococo Variations.

Mozart : La Clemenza di Tito Overture, K621
Tchaikovsky : Variations on a Rococo Theme, Op 33
Mozart : K550 Symphony No 40 in G minor, K550

Date: 1 June 2019 at 8pm
Venue: Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall 
Instructions to Claim Tickets:
1. Rank your top 3 choices for performances
2. Email [email protected] with your top 3 choices. Please provide your full name as stated on your HKID/passport, as well as the school/institute you attended in France.
3. We will get in touch with the winners to confirm ticket collection.
There will be 2 - 3 tickets for each performance to give away to our lucky winners. 
We look forward to hearing from you!


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