Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra debuts at Hong Kong Disneyland


This is the first time Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra has performed at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort.


Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra is performing live for the first time ever at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort this weekend.


The first performance of ‘A Magical Nighttime Symphony’ was played this evening (December 3) in front of the park’s Castle of Magical Dreams led by guest conductor Chiu Tsang Hei.


The 45-minute symphony included popular Disney songs including ‘A Whole New World’ and ‘Frozen Heart’ along with Christmas classics such as ‘Joy to the World’ and ‘Jingle Bells’. Hong Kong Disneyland Resort’s music and entertainment director joined the event as guest pianist.


Sorcerer Mickey made an appearance alongside Queen Anna, Queen Elsa and Olaf from the Disney hit ‘Frozen’. Minnie, Donald, Daisy and Goofy also donned their Christmas finery to join the event.


The performance was staged for the benefit of the local community with Hong Kong Disneyland Resort giving away 400 park tickets as part of a special lucky draw for Hong Kong residents. It also invited 150 friends from the Ebenezer School & Home for the Visually Impaired and the Hong Kong Society for the Blind to enjoy the performance.


The final performance will take place tomorrow night (Saturday December 4).


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