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Pre-Open Day event: When Ballet meets Chinese Music - Emi Hariyama and Nancy Loo
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- Open SPACE 2023
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- Date & time
- 28May 2023 (Sun)14:30 - 16:30
- Theatre, Lee Shiu Building, 28 Wang Hoi Road, Kowloon Bay, Kowloon
- Performing guest: Ms Emi HARIYAMA (Internationally revered ballerina) ;
- Performing guest: Ms Nancy Loo (Internationally renowned pianist )
Performing guest: Ms Emi HARIYAMA
Emi Hariyama graduated from the Bolshoi Ballet Academy and later joined the Stanislavski and Nemirovich-Danchenko Moscow Academic Music Theatre, the Boston Ballet, and more. She also danced in many major parts in the Berlin State Ballet led by Malakhov. She has received numerous awards, including the Special Prize at the Moscow International Ballet Competition, the Silver Medal at the Paris International Ballet Competition, and the Bronze Medal at the New York International Ballet Competition.
Performing guest: Ms Nancy Loo
Nancy Loo is one of the most versatile artists in Hong Kong, being pianist, radio programme host, actress, writer and educator all in one. She currently teaches at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and The University of Hong Kong. She attended the Juilliard School and The Royal Northern College of Music. Her teachers included Mieczyslaw Munz, Adele Marcus, Vlado Perlemuter, Guido Agosti, Ryszard Bakst and Derek Wyndham. In 1976, she won first prize at the 4th Rina Sala Gallo International Competition in Monza, and has since won awards in many other international competitions, including the Marguerite Long International Competition in Paris.
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This special performance is an art collaboration between the internationally revered ballerina Ms. Emi Hariyama and internationally renowned pianist Ms. Nancy Loo.
Cultural exchange is the main theme of this performance – not only between Japanese and local Hong Kong musicians but the East-West artistic convergence, with western ballet and Chinese music. Apart from Emi and Nancy, members from Newtune Chinese orchestras and Mr. TK Tan, Senior Programme Director of HKU SPACE, will also perform in this concert.
Language – English
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The School reserves the right to alter or modify the schedule of the event if necessary or expedient.