Voices of Hong Kong: Concert by Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble  

The Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble endeavors to preserve, inherit and develop Chinese music culture in Hong Kong. The concert “Voices of Hong Kong” will show the audience the succession and development of traditional and modern Chinese chamber music in Hong Kong.

The programme includes works of Cantonese Music virtuosi, they are Thunder in the Droughtby Yan Laolie, In Celebration of Good Times by Yau Hok-chau, Autumn Moon over a Placid Lakeby Lui Man-shing, Rain Lashing on the  Plantain by Ho Lau-tong, an ancient tune Meditations in the Boudoir, and other works of Hong Kong famous composers, they are Koel on Mount Parker by Clarence Mak, Lotus Pond Balladeby Sierra Tse, By The Nan Lian Garden by Chan Wing-wah, and The Joy of Tea-pickingby Lo Leung-fai.

The concert is an epitome resembling the evolution of Hong Kong from a small fishing village to one of the world's best known metropolitan cities nowadays and it also demonstrates Hong Kong-specific cultural characteristic combined with tradition and modernity.

Acknowledgement: Supported by Leisure and Cultural Services Department of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

Director/ Speaker: Pak Tak-wan Christopher
Director: Chan Chiu-yin
Coordinator: Shek Yuk Wu
Stage Manager: Lee Yau Chung Jones
Administrator & Stage Assistant: Leung Chung Yan
Chan Kai-him(Erhu/ Gaohu)
Tse Kim-fei(Zhonghu/ Yehu/ Percussion)
Kwok Ka-ying(Yangqin)
Wong Ling-yan*(Pipa/ Qinqin)
Chan Sze-tung(Zhongruan/ Daruan)
Chow Lai-kuen(Zheng)
Ho Siu-cheong(Dizi/ Xiao)
Kwok Shing-cho(Sheng)