|Music Director Emeritus/Conductor/Presenter||Yip Wing-sie|
Brandenburg Concerto No 3 in G, BWV1048: 1st movement
The Magic Flute, K620: Overture
Symphony No 8 in F, Op 93: 2nd movement
A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op 61: Scherzo
Invitation to the Dance, Op 65
Roman Carnival Overture, Op 9
Symphony No 7 in A, Op 92: 1st movement
Three Dance Episodes from On the Town
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, WWV96: Prelude
What does a conductor actually do? This is a perpetual mystery to many – and one which even orchestral musicians might struggle to explain. Do conductors just count the bars? Or are they the soul of the music? How do they communicate with the musicians? How do they understand the ideas in the composers’ minds (especially if they are not around anymore)? Let’s ask Hong Kong Sinfonietta’s Music Director Emeritus Yip Wing-sie, and clarify everything once and for all through the masterpieces of Beethoven, Mozart, Bach, Bernstein and more!
Disease Prevention Measures
- Audience members will need to go through temperature checks upon entering the performance venue. Those with fever symptoms will be denied entry and should seek immediate medical advice.
- Audience members must wear their own masks inside the performance venue.
- To comply with the reduced capacity and social distancing regulations of the performance venue, special seating arrangements are in place. Please sit in your assigned seats.