After a year of almost no live shows, Hong Kong’s performing arts industry is slowly being brought back to life, as shown by opera non-profit More Than Musical’s (MTM) latest charity fundraising gala
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Photo 1 of 10 Leta Lau and Lianne Lam
Photo 2 of 10 Joumana Achcar, Marina Hoyle and Shirley Hiranand
Photo 3 of 10 Erik Li, Doreen Pao and Heday Inoue
Photo 4 of 10 Ada Tse, Linda McAfee and Irene Lee
Photo 5 of 10 Rina Wadhwani
Photo 6 of 10 Joumana Achcar, Rumiko Hasegawa and Marina Hoyle
Photo 7 of 10 Helena Koo, Linda Wang and Lynn Hsieh
Photo 8 of 10 Andrew Yuen and Reyna Harilela
Photo 9 of 10 Harry Lee and Janana Pasha Suleymanli
Photo 10 of 10 Rumiko Hasegawa addresses the room

When and where? July 22 at Madame Fù, in Tai Kwun’s Centre for Heritage and Arts

Who? Jill Gallie, Kim Robinson, Andrew Yuen, Reyna Harilela, Linda Ho McAfee, Doreen Pao, Lynn Hsieh, Shirley Hiranand, Leta Lau and Lianne Lam

Here’s what you missed: Ahead of a sold-out production of French composer Georges Bizet’s classic opera, Carmen, on July 30 and 31 at the West Kowloon Freespace, the team behind MTM hosted an intimate soirée to raise funds for their upcoming productions while simultaneously developing and promoting talented local singers. The evening featured a duet by violinist Joshua Bell and opera singer Larisa Martinez, as well as a surprise performance by mezzo soprano singer Moon Jin Kim. The company gave guests a teaser of big things to come, with the trailer premiere of the organisation’s first foray into film, a new adaptation of Puccini’s La Bohème, set for release in cinemas this autumn.

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