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MUSIC: Harry Potter in Concert, September 18 & 19

By Localiiz 7 September 2015
Escape the muggle world and embark on a magical journey with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) as they conjure up music from the first six Harry Potter films. Watch the cast of the Dandi Theatre Group act out scenes from the story that enchanted every generation, as the breathtaking music of John Williams and Nicholas Hooper recreates all the intrigue and wonder of Harry's world. Images of witches, warlocks, and muggles will spring to your mind as you journey through the young wizard's thrilling years at Hogwarts Academy. You will learn about potions and Quidditch, and even get to fly on a Nimbus 2000! "Harry Potter is among the most incredible book and film franchises of all time, and the music written by John Williams is a huge part of that," HK Phil's Director of Artistic Planning, Raff Wilson tells us. "It communicates the magic of Hogwarts and Harry Potter with vivid charm. The orchestra has performed excerpts of the music from time to time, but this is the first time we have held a concert that is dedicated to Harry Potter, drawing music from nearly all of the films." Don't miss this epic musical adventure, grab your broomstick and book now! When: September 18 & 19 (8pm) Where: Tsuen Wan Town Hall Auditorium, 72 Tai Ho Road, Tsuen Wan, New Territories How much: $120 - $380 Buy Tickets Here Visit the HK Phil website for more information.

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