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  • Club Bravo: 15% off
  • Members of Young Audience Scheme: 55% off (Max. 2 tickets), 10% off for accompanying adults (Max. 2 tickets)
  • Full-time Students, Citizens aged 60 or above, People with Disability and CSSA recipients: 50% off (With Quota, this discount cannot be used in conjunction with any other offers)
  • Group discount: 10-19: 10% off, 20 or above: 20% off
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  • Members of 10% off
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  • Friends of Hong Kong Ballet, CCDC Dance Generation Premium Member, HK Rep Pals: 10% off (Max. 2 tickets)


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    If the music contains more than one movement, kindly reserve your applause until the end of the entire work.
    Latecomers are not admitted until the intermission

Edo de Waart Festival

The Macallan Bravo Series

Beethoven 9 – The Moment of Farewell

20&21-4-2012 Fri & Sat 8PM
Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

Title Sponsor

FULL HOUSE. Tickets for the other two “Farewell to Edo” programmes are going fast. Book quickly so as not to miss out on this great celebration of a man who has done so much to enrich the musical life of Hong Kong over the past eight years.



La Mort de Cléopâtre



Symphony No.9


House Programme


The statistics speak for themselves. Over 200,000 people have come to hear Edo de Waart direct the orchestra during his eight seasons with the Hong Kong Philharmonic. They have been treated to marvellous performances of new music, old favourites and some of the greatest music ever written. In the 203 concerts he has given with the orchestra, he has presented no less than 272 different works. What, then, makes a fitting climax to a legacy which has included performances of great operas – Fidelio, Madama Butterfly, Der Rosenkavalier, Salome – and some of the most breathtaking concert overtures, concertos and symphonies of all time? There can only be one answer.

Joined on stage for what promises to be a truly epic performance by the magnificent Shanghai Opera House Chorus and a stellar team of soloists including Lisa Larsson, Susan Graham, Henry Choo and Mark Schnaible, the Maestro dedicates his final concert to the players of the HKPO and to the Hong Kong audience; “Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony still reigns supreme – in our season, his last word will be mine, too. Not every farewell needs to have tears – the Ode to Joy will do nicely!”


Free Pre-concert Talk

Time: 20/4 Fri 7:15pm - 7:45pm (English)
21/4 Sat 7:15pm - 7:45pm (Cantonese)
Venue: HK Cultural Centre Auditoria Building 4/F Foyer
Speaker: Fri (English)
Dr Marc Rochester
Sat (Cantonese)
Calvin Lai
RTHK Radio 4