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The all-new Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive Programme presents community concerts and free events at Tai Kwun

With the support from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Musicus Society is launching an all-new “Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive Programme” at Tai Kwun on 14-15 September 2019. The new initiative aims at telling stories of heritage through music and providing local artists with opportunities for cross-cultural collaboration. The Programme also creates an enriched and meaningful concert experience for the public at large.

Conserved and revitalised by The Hong Kong Jockey Club, Tai Kwun – Centre for Heritage and Arts has breathed new life into the Central Police Station compound as a new landmark for heritage, culture and arts. As one of the most significant revitalisation projects in Hong Kong, Tai Kwun is the most fitting venue where heritage stories are interpreted through music for all people to enjoy. With the title “Turmoil and Redemption”, the community concerts feature chamber gems by Bartók and Shostakovich, whose reputation were eventually redeemed despite the oppression and hardships suffered at times of wars.

Renowned cellist Trey Lee, celebrated violinist Dong-Suk Kang, Berlin Philharmonic violinist Dorian Xhoxhi and violist Sebastian Krunnies and local talents Chau Lok-ping, Chau Lok-ting, Jonathan Leung, Yeung Ching-ho and Winnie Yiu join hands in two community concerts at JC Cube on 14-15 September. The opening concert on 14 September will also present for the first time a commissioned new work inspired by Tai Kwun by Tiffany Leung, a winner of Call for Scores of the Musicus Society.

In the addition to the above concert, the inaugural celebration also includes free events for the public, including two masterclasses on 14 September, as well as a concert performance supplemented with a guided tour on 15 September.

Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive Community Concert:
Turmoil and Redemption

Date & TIME
14 Sep 2019 (Saturday) | 11:45am
JC Cube, Tai Kwun
$320 (free seating; tickets are available at Cityline)
Debussy Violin Sonata in G minor
Shostakovich Piano Trio No.2 in E minor, Op.67
Tiffany Leung Commissioned work for violin, viola and guzheng
Schumann Piano Quintet in E-flat, Op.44

Trey Lee (Artistic Director/Cello); Dong-Suk Kang (Violin); Jonathan Leung (Violin); Dorian Xhoxhi (Violin); Sebastian Krunnies (Viola); Winnie Yiu* (Viola); Chau Lok-ping (Piano); Chau Lok-ting (Piano); Yeung Ching-ho (Guzheng)

*15 September 2019 only

Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive Free Events for Public
  1. Cello Master Class by Trey Lee | 14 September 2019 (Sat) | 3:00pm
  2. Violin Master Class by Dong-Suk Kang | 14 September 2019 (Sat) | 4:30pm
  3. Free Guided Tours and Community Concerts | 15 September 2019 (Sun) | 2:00pm and 4:00pm
    (featuring works by Shostakovich, Bartók & Dvořák)
Limited seats for these free events are available on a first-come-first-serve basis. Advance registration is required. Please register at Musicus Society website (

About the Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive Program
Funded by The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust, Jockey Club Musicus Heritage Alive is a 3-year program to promote music through heritage. A year-long series of heritage activities include master classes, school visits, tailored-made performances and heritage guided tours. In addition to serving as a platform for international artists to nurture local musicians and young talents, the programme also creates an enriched and meaningful concert experience for the public at large.

Musicus Society (
The Musicus Society was founded in 2010 as a registered charity under the vision of renowned cellist Trey Lee, with a mission to promote music and music education through cross-cultural collaboration between local and overseas artists. Apart from the annual Musicus Fest, which provides a meeting point for artists from across the world, the Musicus Heritage Community Concert Series bring world-class artists to local heritage sites. Moreover, Musicus Inspires! Educational program aims to nurture aspiring young musicians in Hong Kong, as well as to cultivate students from all social backgrounds. Musicus Society is financially supported by the Art Development Matching Grants Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.