August 1, 2021 (Sunday), 4 pm


Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

Attracted by Grandpa’s sharing, a little young boy travelled back to search for memories from the old Hong Kong, a journey full of Hong Kong unique culture: “Hollywood of the East”, Cantonese opera; and also remarkable figures in the Cantopop music scene: Sam Hui, Beyond, James Wong.
Under the neon lights background, the Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong will bring you a performance combined with music and drama. The concert features diverse style golden tunes, also new compositions by local composers Ng Cheuk-yin and Elliot Leung. “The Symphony of Hong Kong”, a local production dedicated to our dear city.

MYO has been promoting the Music Education Sponsorship Scheme for many years to sponsor different communities to get in touch with music and art, and to practice our mission of "serving society with music". This music education project will cooperate with the Hong Kong Blind Union and Temi Robots. MYO will provide 200 tickets for members of the Hong Kong Blind Union to enjoy the concert for free. In addition, the concert will be broadcast live to more than 100 age homes through Temi robots, hoping that music can still be brought in under the epidemic community. Hope you will support MYO's music education program and use music to convey more love and care!



Program Highlights
Brian Tse (Yin Ng Arr.)-School Anthem from McMug and McDull
Lo Ta-yu (Yin Ng Arr.)- Days on My Past
Elliot Leung Arr. -Hong Kong Film Music Suite
Elliot Leung Arr. - The Nightlife of Hong Kong in 1930s

Tickets are available at Urbtix on 11 Dec 2020.
Click here to enjoy an internal discount.
Program Enquiry: 2521 7673

Program conducts in Cantonese
Concert runs about 120 minutes with 15 minutes intermission

Program for all ages. One ticket is required for each person regardless of age. The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra of Hong Kong reserves the right to change the program.