Macao Orchestra presents the 2021-22 Season Opening Concert online

Lu Jia, Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Macao Orchestra.

The “2021-22 Season Opening Concert” by the Macao Orchestra, under the auspices of the Cultural Affairs Bureau, will be held online on 22 September, at 8pm. Under the baton of the Music Director and Principal Conductor of the Macao Orchestra, Lu Jia, the Orchestra joins hands with internationally renowned violinist Ning Feng, to present two classical works by Mozart. The concert will be available online on various platforms.

The Macao Orchestra’s 2021-22 Concert Season kicks off with its opening concert. Themed “Inheritance of German and Austrian Classics”, the new Concert Season offers numerous masterpieces of classical music, passing on the beauty of music. The opening concert specially invites internationally acclaimed violinist Ning Feng, winner of the Paganini Competition and several other international awards, and current Artist-in-Residence at the Shanghai Symphony Orchestra, to present Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major with equal emphasis on emotion and technique. In addition, the Orchestra will present Mozart’s Symphony 40 in G minor, a passionate and fervent work, one of the greatest classics of all times.

The “2021-22 Season Opening Concert” will be broadcast online on 22 September at 8 pm. Music aficionados may enjoy the concert on the “Macao Orchestra” page on Facebook, WeChat official account “MacaoOrchestra” and its Youtube channel “Macao Orchestra”. The public can also review the video of the highlights on the abovementioned platforms after the concert. For more information and updates on the Macao Orchestra’s programmes, please visit the Macao Orchestra’s website at and its WeChat official account.

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