Berlin: Symphony of a Great City

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Berlin: Symphony of a Great City

- The performance on 11 Nov (Mon) has been cancelled.

Ticket holders could be admitted to the same performance on 12 November 2019 (Tue) 7:30pm with the original ticket from 11 November 2019 (Mon) 7:30pm. To compensate the inconvenience caused, the original ticket holders are welcome to bring one more friend to enjoy an additional complimentary ticket to the performance on 12 November 2019 (Tue) 7:30pm.  

Please reserve time and come to the onsite ticketing counter at Tai Kwun Contemporary’s reception (operation hours on 12-Nov: 5:30pm - 8pm) for further seats arrangement. 

For ticket refund inquiries, please contact Ticketflap at: (Mon-Fri, 9am-6pm). 

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With Berlin: Symphony of a Great City, a silent movie with live accompaniment by pianist Richard Siedhoff and oboist Mykyra Sierov, the audience can experience an entire daily cycle in Berlin: from empty streets and the slow arrival of trains, to the busy machines and people going to work, and then to the lively post-work evening entertainment. All these scenes create a rhyming combination, with the constant flow of urban objects appearing like musical notes to compose a symphony called “City”.

Director: Walther Ruttmann (1927)
Piano: Richard Siedhoff
Oboe: Mykyta Sierov


Berlin: Symphony of a Great City

11.11.2019 – 12.11.2019
7:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. 

Tickets Price:
General Tickets | $380
Concession Tickets* | $190

* Concession tickets are applicable to students (aged under 18 or with full-time student ID), seniors aged 65 or above, and people with disability and their minders.


“Projekt Berlin”

04.11.2019 – 17.11.2019

In the head-on collision of the old and the new, of the classical and the contemporary, of order and subversion, Berlin in 2019 is the most thrilling and distinctive one among all world cities. Its history has seen it razed and rebuilt, destroyed and reinvented, torn in two and reborn. Its intrinsic resilience always finds new edge and relevance in every era. Projekt Berlin is an autobiography of a city whose indomitable instinct for survival has made it a powerhouse of creativity across the full spectrum of the arts. Through light installations, live concerts, film screenings, street art and flashmob performances, Tai Kwun seizes the occasion to celebrate a city, which despite everything that history has thrown in its way, has found its voice in every age.

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