Over the Easter weekend, The Hearth celebrates the creativity and energy of our future generation. Since Tai Kwun’s opening, the Laundry Steps has become a well-loved performance space by the cities’ established and up-and-coming musicians as well as music lovers. The Easter weekend, sharing the same week as the Children’s Day, is the best time to dedicate this unique performance stage to children.
Spanning across two afternoons, the young a capella group from Tunes Academy and three different choirs from the Hong Kong Children’s Choir, one of Hong Kong’s most long-standing choir of its kind, will present a diverse range of folk, pop, Western and Chinese music, illustrating the children’s interpretation of our world through their youthful voices.
Date: 07.04.2023 (Friday)
Time: 1pm – 1.30pm & 2:15pm – 2:45pm
In this chaotic yet hopeful world, let’s pause and listen to what the kids want to say to us.
It may just be a simple reminder or a warm embrace. The songs the kids are going to sing are to remind us that we are only human. They will bring us back to the happy feelings we used to feel when we were kids. Together we shall write a letter to our future selves, let it reminds us the beauty of PRESENT. May the bright future starts now.
Date: 08.04.2023 (Saturday)
Time: 1pm – 1:25pm, 1:45 – 2:15pm & 2:40pm – 3pm
The Hong Kong Children’s Choir: Chorusma
The beauty of choral music lies in the interweaving and integration of multiple voice qualities and textures. Three teams of members from junior to youth sections of The Hong Kong Children’s Choir (HKCC) will perform a range of Chinese and western repertoire to showcase the dazzling quality of choral music. The sheer expressiveness, coupled with the sincerity of the crystalline child voice, adds to the rich imagery of the piece.