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Musicus Fest 2021 Children’s Concert: Marco Polo & the Sounds of Carnival

13 November 2021 - 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

$140 – $340


The acclaimed children’s concert themed Marco Polo & the Sounds of Carnival will return on November 13 at the Concert Hall, HK City Hall. Presented by Musicus Society, it will again be the family program as part of the Musicus Fest 2021.

Integrating Western and Chinese music with live action and comedy skits on screen, this year’s Children’s Concert rolls out a whole new chapter of Marco Polo’s exciting adventures. Exploring the ancient Italian traditions behind the fancy masks and dazzling spectacles, this fun-filled concert features multiple award-winning and brilliant musicians Colleen Lee (piano), Brian Choi (violin), Patrick Yeung (harmonica), Nazar Tabachyshyn (accordion), Wong Chi-chung (erhu), Mavis Lam (pipa), Yeung Ching-ho (guzheng) and Rani Fung (percussion) in a variety of repertoires. A delightful selection of music by Rossini and Paganini, as well as folk songs of Italy, China and Brazil will be played.

On stage, actor and director Marc Ngan will lead a cast of young actors, joined by the rambunctious filmed characters of Pulcinella and Zannis from Italy through pre-taped video.


The Musicus Society was founded in 2010 as a registered charity under the vision of renowned cellist Trey Lee, with a mission to promote music and music education through cross-cultural collaboration between local and overseas artists. Apart from the annual Musicus Fest, which provides a meeting point for artists from across the world, the Musicus Heritage Community Concert Series bring world-class artists to local heritage sites. Moreover, Musicus Inspires! Educational program aims to nurture aspiring young musicians in Hong Kong, as well as to cultivate students from all social backgrounds. Musicus Society is financially supported by the Art Development Matching Grants Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

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