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1997


OPERA

Opera Marco Polo
Music/Conductor: Tan Dun
Director: Martha Clarke

House of Cantonese Opera

China Kunju Art Troup

 

MUSIC

Montreal Symphony Orchestra
Conductor: Charles Dutoit
Soloists: Fei-Ping Hsu(piano), Sarah Chang (violin)

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Conductor: Gunther Herbig
Soloists: Anne Akiko Meyers (violin)

The 20th Century Ensemble, Vienna
Conductors: Peter Burwik
Soloists: Rusandra Donasa (mezzo-soprano), Christian Altenburger (violin), Harald Ossberger (piano)

Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra
Conductor: Henry Shek, Chen Tscheng-hsiung
Soloists: Chung Yiu-kwong (percussion), Dai Ya (paidi), Nancy Loo (piano), Wong Ching (pipa), Hou Shih-chieh (zhonghu)

Camerata Academica Salzburg

Hesperion XX and La Capella Reial de Catalunya

Philharmonica Quartet Berling

Le Mystere des Voix Bulgares

Dayan Naxi Ancient Music Association

Pansori - Lim Jin-taek

Tengeer

The Gypsy Road

Anthony Wong Sings People Mountain People Sea

 

RECITAL

Baritone: Dmitri Hvorostovsky (Mikhail Arkadiev, piano)

Piano: Vardan Mamikonian

 

MUSIC THEATRE

Meredith Monk

 

EXXON DIVERTIMENTI

The Bauhinia Piano Trio

True Blues

Wong On-yuen & Dominic Chow

one world: alt @endeavour. 852 

 

JAZZ

The Guitar Trio - Paco de Lucia, Al di Meola, John McLaughlin

Joe Henderson's Double Rainbow Quartet

 

DANCE

Mark Morris Dance Group

Koffi Koko

 

DANCE THEATRE

Pina Bausch Tanztheater Wuppertal

Compagnie Mossoux Bonte

 

THEATRE

The Royal Shakespeare Company

Central Experimental Theatre

A Fredric Mao Project

Hong Kong Repertory Theatre

Ralf Ralf

Les deux mondes

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Tap Dogs

Slava Polunin

 

EXHIBITION

Being Minorities - Contemporary Asian Art

The Passage of Hong Kong Modern Art