In view of the reopening of performing venues on 19 February, the Hong Kong Arts Festival announces changes to in-venue programmes. Please visit this page for details.

(Updated on 2 Mar 2021)

The Hong Kong Arts Festival and Hong Kong Sinfonietta are pleased to announce that the concert Inspired by Beethoven - Hong Kong Sinfonietta‧Eroica will be presented in the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall as scheduled on Sunday, 28 March 2021 at 8:00pm. Tickets will be available at URBTIX from 10:00am on Wednesday, 3 March 2021. Violist Adrien La Marca will replace cellist Edgar Moreau as the soloist. La Marca will also collaborate with the orchestra’s Principal Guest Conductor Christoph Poppen in performing another concert on Saturday, 27 March 2021.

Since being named New Soloist of the Year at France’s Victoires de la musique classique in 2014, Adrien La Marca has performed at the world’s most prestigious venues, such as the Paris Philharmonie, London Wigmore Hall, Amsterdam Concertgebouw and the Berlin Konzerthaus, impressing audiences with his range of expression, technical mastery and compelling stage presence.

Audience are advised to observe closely the admission arrangements for performance venues. Please check our website for the latest updates and developments regarding programmes.


(Updated on 17 Feb 2021)

Following the latest government information regarding the reopening of performance venues, the Hong Kong Arts Festival and Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra are pleased to announce that the Festival Opening: Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra — Music about China will be presented in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall as scheduled on 27 February 2021 (Saturday) at 8:00pm. Tickets will be available at URBTIX from 10:00am on 20 February 2021 (Saturday). Audience are advised to observe closely the admission arrangements for performance venues.

The programme will also be available to view live for free on the HKAF website upon registration.

Please check our website for the latest updates and developments regarding programmes.


(Updated on 29 Jan 2021)

In view of the uncertainty of venue availability due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the HKAF announces changes to in-venue programmes as follows:



ProgrammeOriginal dates of performancesVenueChanges and new arrangement
The Plague (Cantonese Version) 26 Feb–3 Mar HK Arts Centre Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.
HKJC Contemporary Dance Series 10th Anniversary
Dance On and Off
26–28 Feb HK Cultural Centre Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.
Festival Opening: Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
Music About China
27–Feb HK Cultural Centre Changed to free online live streaming at 8:00pm on 27 Feb
Online registration from 2 Feb
A New Adventures Production Matthew Bourne’s
Ballet film: The Red Shoes
27–28 Feb HK Cultural Centre Changed to free online viewing during 27-30 Mar. Online registration from 2 Feb.
HKJC Contemporary Dance Series 10th Anniversary
Put Out the Flame / Hermetic Diode
4–6 Mar HK Cultural Centre Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.
Jockey Club Local Creative Talents Series
Journey to the West Rewind / Women Like Us
5–7 Mar HK City Hall Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.
Niu Niu Plays Chopin with Romer String Quartet 5–Mar HK City Hall Cancelled
Niu Niu Plays the Virtuosic Romantics 6–Mar HK City Hall Cancelled
The Chop - Pathetic Fallacy 10–13 Mar Tai Kwun Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.
HKJC Contemporary Dance Series 10th Anniversary
Elephant in the Room / Dirty
11–13 Mar HK Cultural Centre Changed to online viewing. Details of rescheduling to be announced.


Counter booking date of the performance of Inspired by Beethoven - Hong Kong Sinfonietta‧Eroica and PLUS film screening will be announced later. Tickets for PLUS film screenings in cinemas will be available at respective cinemas.

As venue arrangements will depend on prevailing conditions and guidelines, please check our website for the latest updates and developments regarding our programmes.