First run in 2009, the Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival has become a key platform for the city's classical set to spread the joy of classical chamber music. This year, in collaboration with such international maestros as composer-in-residence Brett Dean and numerous other international performers, the festival seeks to merge international and local talent to communicate a music that has long since past, but remains extremely relevant. Here are the highlights of the 2017 programme.
For more information and full programme highlights, head to pphk.org.
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