Dec 18, 2018

4 best places for Christmas Music in Hong Kong this December

Christmas is love, it’s joy, it’s celebration, it’s gratitude, sharing and peace. It’s the jolliest time of the year. Every family has its own Christmas tradition, sometimes even if they don’t celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ! The giving of gifts, gathering together to watch Christmas movies, family feasts of turkey and pudding… there’s so much that goes into making Christmas what it is.


Something that often isn’t discussed, though, is the music.


Christmas music, especially the charming tradition of caroling, is a true X(-mas) Factor! Over the years, many songs have become intrinsically linked with Christmas, from traditional carols like Silent Night and Joy to the World to iconic jazz and blues tunes, or even Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas is You.


Here in Hong Kong, Christmas 2018 is set to be a musical one! With a range of musical possibilities, from Symphonies to Christmas Carols, Gospels to Musicals and even Ballets, the city is a hotspot for Christmas music. If you’re an audiophile, here are some of the best places to visit this festive season.


Hong Kong Ballet: The Nutcracker


One of the biggest ballet-musical programs in the world, and certainly the biggest in Hong Kong every Christmas, the world-famous Nutcracker will be led by the maestro conductor Paolo Bortolameolli. Tchaikovsky’s iconic ballet takes you on an enchanted journey with the titular Nutcracker and the Rat King, among others, as they wind their way through a story of love.


Dates and Time:         December 14-23 (2.30pm and 7.30pm)

December 25-26 (2.30pm and 7.30pm)

For more information, click here.


A Harry Little Christmas



Harry Wong pairs up with conductor Lio Kuokman and the HK Philharmonic Chorus to bring to you two nights of Christmas joy! Join the fun and sing along to your favorite Christmas tunes.


Venue: Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

Date & Time:   December 23 (3pm and 8pm)

December 24 (8pm)

For more details, click here.


A Viennese New Year


What better way to put an end to the year than some beautiful classical music? A Viennese New Year sees conductor Christian Schuman team with star trumpet player Tine Thing Helseth to bring to you a range of classics. As the year closes and a new year begins, Blue Danube and Radetzky March will play as the grand finale.


Venue:            Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall

Date & Time:   December 30-31 (8pm)

For more details, click here.


The Snowman and The Bear


This Christmas, witness the screening of The Snowman and The Bear, two heartwarming animated films based on books by Raymond Briggs. Supported by a live orchestral accompaniment and a choir singing, this value-for-money family show also features live storytelling by Australian actor Michael Sharmon.


Venue:            Sha Tin Town Hall

Date & Time:   December 23 (4.30pm and 7.30pm)

For more details, click here.



One of the best ways to spend Christmas is by listening to world-class musicians playing your favourite Christmas songs. If that weren’t already exciting enough, there’s a plethora of options this season… enough that you could spend each and every day at a concert!

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