Hong Kong Arts Festival and
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust
Programme Change Notice
Due to an unexpected technical issue, the two screenings at 5pm on 6 and 7 March need to be cancelled and replaced by another screening, CRUX.
The online screening of Braille Music from 8-31 March is not affected and will take place as planned. You are most welcome to access the show online without additional registration at: https://www.nolimits.hk/en/view/braille-music/
Please contact "No Limits" at 2829 4949 for enquiry during the following hours:
6 Mar 10am-7pm
7 Mar 10am-7pm
Thank you for your understanding.
Braille, a reading system invented in France, made it possible for the blind to read. It also allowed them to read music!
French educator and musician Louis Braille created the system and adapted it for other blind musicians to use. It opened the door for visually impaired people to learn what the great composers have written for the world as musical classics.
Braille Music gives a glimpse of the hard work that goes into rehearsals and recordings and shows top-class musicians practising their craft. Join an emotional trip to Paris to learn more about the story of Braille’s inventor.
Braille Music (2017)
Duration: 82 minutes
With Audio Description in Chinese and English, Accessible Captions in Chinese and English, Guide Dog Friendly, Braille Booklet
Click HERE for more programme details
The above content is provided by Hong Kong Arts Festival “No Limits”
For enquiry on AA support and Audio Description in Cantonese, please contact: 2777 1771