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From classical masterpieces to popular orchestral music, redeem a set of 2 tickets and enjoy HK Phil concert of your choice!
Redeem a set of 2 tickets (valued HK$680 or below) and enjoy the HK Phil concerts of your choice until Dec 2022! You can choose either to redeem 2 tickets at one concert or 1 ticket at two concerts.
The HK Phil presents more than 150 concerts over a 44-week orchestral season, from every Sept to Jul. For Jan to Mar 2022, our Principal Guest Conductor Yu Long conducts the magnificent Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no. 5 and a work by Bernstein with pianist Zee Zee. Hong Kong-born pianist Chiyan Wong returns to Hong Kong to perform Rachmaninov’s Piano Concerto no. 4, while Korean pianist Jinsang Lee makes his debut with us playing the poetic Beethoven’s Piano Concerto no. 4. Our Resident Conductor Lio Kuokman and renowned composer, arranger and producer Johnny Yim present an array of Classic Cantopop favourites arranged for symphony orchestra. The popular film screening programme returns with the BBC Blue Planet II Live in Concert. Two intriguing “Symphony in Images” projects by distinguished photographer Tobias Melle. Stunning images will be projected on screen alongside Strauss’ An Alpine Symphony and Dvořák’s Symphony no. 9, From the New World. For details and future programmes, please visit hkphil.org.
About Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) is regarded as one of the leading orchestras in Asia. The orchestra’s annual schedule focuses on symphonic repertoire, with conductors and soloists from all around the world. The HK Phil runs extensive education programmes, commissions new works and nurtures local talent. Recording projects include a CD for children narrated in Cantonese, works by Tan Dun and Bright Sheng conducted by the composers, and Wagner’s Ring Cycle. With Music Director Jaap van Zweden since 2012, the HK Phil has toured Europe, Asia, Australia, and on numerous occasions to Mainland China. Yu Long has been Principal Guest Conductor since the 2015/16 season. Lio Kuokman has been recently appointed as Resident Conductor. The HK Phil won the prestigious UK classical music magazine Gramophone’s 2019 Orchestra of the Year Award – the first orchestra in Asia to receive this accolade.
The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is financially supported by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and is a Venue Partner of the Hong Kong Cultural Centre
SWIRE is the Principal Patron of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
- This ticket pass can only redeem seats for mainstage ticketed concerts presented by the HK Phil (except Swire Symphony Under The Stars, Swire Classic Insights series, community concert, Tai Kwun concerts, free concerts, and concerts co-presented with other parties).
- This ticket pass can only redeem seats for concerts held from 1 January to 31 December 2022.
- The volunteer can redeem 1 pass for 2 tickets with the highest price ticket limit being $680. Tickets are limited and will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. Seat allocation is subject to availability.
- Volunteer should make their booking request at least 10 working days before the concert date.
- Reward photos are for reference only.
- Reward cannot be returned or exchanged.
- Volunteer warrant that the redeemed reward is for their own personal use only. It is not transferrable and resalable.
- Volunteer might be required to present their identity document and age verification upon redemption.
- Once the reward redemption has been placed, the redemption will be considered final and cannot be amended or cancelled by the volunteer.
- The Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra reserves the right to change the programme and artists.
- In case of dispute, Time Auction, Swire Trust, and the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra reserve the right of final decision on all matters.
- Other Time Auction terms and conditions apply.
20 volunteer hours must be completed during 22 Dec 2020 to 22 Dec 2022.
All volunteer hours must be completed for projects under the Swire Trust Go-Givers Program.
Special thanks to Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra for donating the experience!