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Enjoy a Saturday afternoon exploring Hong Kong's rich cultural heritage at the Cantonese Opera Carnival presented by the Chamber's Women Executives Club, at the Hong Kong Gold Coast Hotel on 29 February.
Besides celebrating the local culture and history, this event also aims to promote community integration. So, in addition to traditional Cantonese opera performances by professionals, the programme will feature amateur singers from Hong Kong's business community and young artists from different ethnic backgrounds performing their interpretations of Cantonese opera. We have also reserved more than 300 tickets for students, senior citizens and underprivileged families.
The programme features three Cantonese opera songs, namely Princess Chang Ping, A Love Song for Zhou, and Dreams in the Red Villa.
After the performances, attendees can browse a number of Cantonese opera themed booths to learn more about this wonderful art form. Participants are welcome to bring their friends and family members to this cultural event.
This event is supported by Les Beatitudes Foundation, a local not-for-profit organization that provides work-at-home opportunities for women.