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1994


MUSIC

St Petersburg Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Yuri Temirkanov
Soloists: Alexander Slobodyanik (piano), Suzy Whang (violin)

Suk Chamber Orchestra

Festival Opera Production
Mozart: The Magic Flute
Producer: Emilio Sagi
Conductor: David Parry

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Henry Shek
Soloists: Min Huifen (erhu), Cheng Chai-man (wind instruments)

Hong Kong Musical--The Kids, The Wind & The City
Director: Fredric Mao

Philip Glass & The Philip Glass Ensemble

The Tallis Scholars

The Dubliners

Suk-Hala-Wang Trio

 

RECITAL

Mezzo-soprano: Teresa Berganza (Juan Parejo, piano)

Piano: Stanislav Bunin

Cello: Jian Wang (Gabriel Kwok, piano)

Violin: Josef Suk

Guitar: Sharon Isbin

 

FILM

Koyaanisqatsi and Powaqqatsi LIVE!

 

EXXON DIVERTIMENTI

John Chen & friends, Eugene Pao/Kenny Bee/Prudence Lau, Victoria String Quartet, Hong Kong Music Lovers'

Chinese Orchestra, Bonnie Choi

 

JAZZ

Wynton Marsalis Septet

Al Di Meola World Sinfonia

 

DANCE

Rosas

Ballet du Rhin

Compania Blanca del Rey

Sankai Juku

Mallika Sarabhai

Mui Cheuk-yin

 

THEATRE

Moscow Art Theatre

Mansaku Company

The Gate Theatre

Insomniac Productions

Chamber Made Opera

The Wooster Group

Archaos

Compagnie Philippe Genty

Les Deux Mondes

Shanghai People's Art Theatre

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

Chung Ying Theatre Company

Story-telling, Xiansheng, Longzhou, Muyu & Lingji Tunes

House of Cantonese Opera

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Shanghai Puppet Theatre

Brian Rix and Elpset Gray

 

EXHIBITION

Contemporary Photography from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

Spanish Art and the 3rd Dimension