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Schedule for 2015

January 21, 2015
Amy Chan's Entwining with Love Vocal Recital —- Hong Kong
陳寄魂 縈繞於心美聲演唱會 —— 香港


May 23, 2015

July 13-31, 2015
Pinocchio Music Camp

August 1﹣2, 2015
Performance - Pinocchio

October 7, 2015




Productions of 2013 & 2014:

the singing snowman

Decemnber 13, 2014
Recital Hall of Hong Kong City Hall

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Sleeping Beauty

August 4, 2014
Y-Theatre of Youth Square

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the Ultimate Classics for Kids

May 17, 2014
Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

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Children Singing Competition 2014

April 22~25, 2014

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the Nutcracker

December 14, 2013
Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

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City Opera Anniversary Concert

October 3, 2013
Hong Kong City Hall Theatre

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Animal Carnivals

August 2, 2013
Y Theatre, Youth Square

The musical is arranged by Artman, based on The Carnival of the Animals (Le carnaval des animaux) which is a humorous musical suite of fourteen movements by the French Romantic composer Camille Saint-Saëns. The music is so beautiful and funny with the children’s singing to imitate the animals.The lion, the turtles, the singing donkeys, waltzing elephants bring to life the music of Camille Saint-Saens in this delightful revue.

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Summer Delightful Children Concert

July 13, 2013
HK City Hall, Recital Hall

The City Opera Children's Chorus has brought to us a collection of well-known English Songs from Walt Disney's cartoon movies. The Children Chorus has once again won the audience with their splendid performance.

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Sound of Music

April 1, 2013
HK City Hall, Recital Hall

City Opera has successfully delivered a performance of Sound of Music on April 1, 2013 at Hong Kong City Hall.

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More Early Productions:

4th anniverary concert

September 19, 2012
HK City Hall, Concert Hall

Our 4th Anniversary concert brings together some of the most widely-known operatic excerpts and classic choral pieces, including the "Anvil Chorus" and "Brindisi" from Verdi's Il Trovatore and La Traviata, performed by selected soloists, City Opera adult and children chorus.

Summer Musical Camp

August 13 & 14, 2012
Y Theatre, Youth Square

Composed by English composerSir Peter Maxwell Davies, Cinderella is a light-hearted and entertaining opera optimal for musical training and performance by young children. City Opera Children Chorus deliver their first performance with flawless precision and versatile skills in both singing and acting.

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Le French May 2012:
La Veuve Joyeuse

June 14 & 15, 2012
HK City Hall, Concert Hall

Our 2012 production revolves around the story that took place in the Marsovie embassy, Paris in 1905. As an attempt to save the Kingdom of Marsovie from imminent bankruptcy, someone must marry the glamorous and very wealthy widow, Missia Palmieri! This spins the love story between Missia, the wise and beautiful widow, and; Danilo, the lofty idealist.

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Le French May 2011:
La Vie Parisienne

June 11 & 12, 2011
HK City Hall, Concert Hall

Following our successful initial collaboration with Le French May in 2011, City Opera collaborated with this much-anticipated annual French festival and presented Le Vie Parisienne. This light-hearted French operetta painted a glittery European social scene showcasing the extravagant and hedonistic side of Parisian lifestyle.

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Le French May 2010:
Orphee aux Enfers

June 9 & 10, 2010
HK City Hall, Concert Hall

We successfully delivered Orphée aux Enfers, which marked our initial collaboration with Le French May. The production was subsequently listed as "The Best Production of the Year". Orphée aux enfers is an operetta by Jacques Offenbach. The story revolves around the adulterous happenings among various Greek Gods.

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Debut Production:
Die Fledermaus

June 13 & 14, 2009
HK Cultural Center, Grand Theatre

City Opera has successfully delivered a debut performance of Die Fledermaus on June 13 and 14, 2009 at Grand Theatre of Hong Kong Cultural Centre. The debut performance is well received by general audience and the profits going to the sole beneficiary of this charity debut performance amounts to HKD$520,000.

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