Annual Performance 2021

[Annual Performance 2021]    

To mark the end of this year, The Hong Kong University Philharmonic Orchestra is excited and honoured to present you our Annual Performance 2021. This concert gathers a wealth of passionate orchestral players from HKU. We wish to share the beauty of classical music with the community, as well as to engage our audiences into the wonder of orchestral pieces.

This year, we will be presenting Tchaikovskyโ€™s Symphony No.2, along with four concert pieces in collaboration with soloists from the University. We delightfully invite you to join us on this musical journey!


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*Concessionary tickets available for full-time students, senior citizens aged 65 or above, people with disabilities and their minders.*



Ibert โ€“ Flute Concerto, 3rd Movement (Soloist: Kathryn Kwok) 

Bassi โ€“ Concert Fantasia on Motives from Rigoletto (Soloist: Yoyo Chan) 

Mozart โ€“ Oboe Concerto in C major, K. 314, 1st Movement (Soloist: Ian Leung) 

Rachmaninoff โ€“ Piano Concerto No. 2, Op. 18, 1st Movement (Soloist: Ryan Leung)

Tchaikovsky โ€“ Symphony No. 2 in C Minor, Op. 17, โ€œLittle Russianโ€


Tickets now available on URBTIX:


Who We Are

The Hong Kong University Philharmonic Orchestra (previously Union Philharmonic Orchestra, HKUSU) was founded in 1999 by a group of devoted students of the University of Hong Kong. As a member of the Cultural Association of HKU, the Orchestra is non-profit-making and administered by students.

The Orchestra aims at promoting orchestral playing and developing students' interest in western music. At the same time, the Orchestra strives to develop an atmosphere of music appreciation within the University and throughout the community-at-large.

What We Do

The Annual Performance in November and the Spring Concert in April have evolved into yearly traditions for the Orchestra. We also perform in events organised by the Centre of Development and Resources for Students,the Development and Alumni Affairs Office and other faculties, departments and societies within the University. Furthermore, the Orchestra has been invited by organisations such as the Agricultural and Fisheries Department, the Leo's Club and the Hong Kong Children and Youth Service to perform in various community functions.