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Musicus Fest 2022 – Children’s Concert: Marco Polo and the Carnival Instruments

  • Date & Time
    5 Nov 2022 (Sat) 7:30pm
  • Venue
    Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall
  • Ticket Price
    $340, $240, $140

    50% off: Senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and their minder, full-time students and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) recipients. Available on a first-come-first-served basis.

    Group Booking Discount for Each Concert: For each purchase of standard tickets to one performance, 10% off for 10 tickets or more.

    Musicus Fest Package Discount(Excluding JCMHS concerts at Tao Fong Shan and Up Close with Musicus Soloists Hong Kong):
    - For each purchase of Musicus Fest 2022 concerts, 10% off for any 2 concerts.
    - For each purchase of Musicus Fest 2022 concerts, 15% off for any 3 concerts.
    - For each purchase of Musicus Fest 2022 concerts, 20% off for any 4 concerts.
  • For ages 5 or above. Narration mainly in English.
    Duration of the concert is approximately 1 hour, without intermission.
    Discount offers cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offers. Terms & Condition apply.
Franchesca Wong
Hong Kong
Actress

Follow in the imaginary footsteps of Marco Polo for this fun-filled musical show where East meets West!

Updates: The program has been updated as below. Actress Lam Ka-ting will not perform in this concert. Her role will be taken up by actress Franchesca Wong.


Imagine Marco Polo returning to Italy from his travels to China and bringing Chinese musical instruments with him! In this fun, exciting concert, we see the hijinks of a Venetian carnival when the great explorer encounters the best of Chinese and Western musical traditions.

The special interactive show features music by top local musicians, hilarious commedia dell’arte characters from Italy, and a marvellous comic ensemble cast of actors and opulent Venetian carnival costumes.

With its mix of Chinese and Western musical traditions, its blend of music and humour, masks and instruments, this spectacle will be sure to delight all ages. Don’t forget your carnival costume!

Click here to view the house program.


Supported by: Italian Cultural Institute


The presenter reserves the rights to change the program and substitute artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary. The content of this programme does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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