*The sightline of certain seats may be restricted on $150 tickets
Tickets available from 25 Sep at all URBTIX outlets, on Internet,
by Mobile Ticketing App and Credit Card Telephone Booking.
Language: Performed in Korean with Chinese and English Subtitles
Senior citizens aged 60 or above, people with disabilities and the minder,
full-time students and Comprehensive Social Security Assistance (CSSA) recipients
(This discount can not be used in conjunction with other discounts.)
HK Phil Club Bravo members / Asia Society members
Group Booking Discounts
15% off for each purchase of 6-10 standard tickets,
20% off for 11-40 standard tickets
“Soul Mate”, a fine piece of opera from Korea, adapted from “The Joyful Occasion at the Maeng Jin-sa Household”, it talks about the powerful-yet-lacking-of-property Kim Pan-seo married his granddaughter to the tycoon Maeng Jin-sa’s son for Kim’s own interest. They followed their parents’ arrangement apparently but commence their own plan for looking for true love. The opera showed the human instinct of pursuing “free will of love” against traditional institution of marriage and depicted the theme—marriage is a gift from heaven. At Festive Korea this year, the Korea National Opera would collaborate with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra for the first time, bringing the audiences an unprecedented opera performance with the perfect combination of traditional Korean musical instrument, such as gayageum, haegeum, daegeum, and contemporary music.
Korea National Opera
As a major art organization representing Rep. of Korea, the Korea National Opera (KNO) has been driving the growth in Korean arts and culture over the past 50 years by showcasing high quality operas. Since establishment in 1962, the KNO has been introducing timeless classics of European heritages and new operas with high artistic qualities to the local audiences, and at the same time, developing new talents in Korean original operas that embody the Korean spirit and culture, demonstrating the limitless possibilities of the Korean opera.
Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
With a history stretching back to 1895, when it was formed as the Sino-British Orchestra, the HK Phil was re-named in 1957 and became fully professional in 1974.
Thanks to significant subsidy from the Hong Kong Government and long-term funding from Principal Patron Swire, the Hong Kong Jockey Club and other supporters, the HK Phil now boasts a full-time annual schedule of classical music concerts, pops concerts, an extensive education programme, and collaborations for staged opera with Opera Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Arts Festival.
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