香港城市青年合唱團十周年音樂會 — 尋回合唱的初心
Hong Kong City Youth Choir 10th Annual Concert –
Rekindle the love for choral music
The Hong Kong City Youth Choir sparked off its musical journey in the summer of 2008. Coming from all walks of life, we are connected by our sheer passion for choral music. In this wonderful journey which has spanned a decade, we have shared countless touching and exciting moments because of music, and we feel proud every time audiences applaud after our performance. In this year's annual concert, you are welcome aboard the time machine and join us to recap the classic repertoire from our widely acclaimed concerts over the years. We will also present a series of popular movie theme songs and pop songs in a refreshing way. We look forward to your coming to share the joy of our 10th anniversary. Let’s rekindle the fond memories of choral music in the heartfelt singing voices!
- 2015年，本團前往澳門參加「國際合唱聯盟 (IFCM) 世界合唱博覽會2015 — 合唱世博大獎
Hong Kong City Youth Choir
The Hong Kong City Youth Choir (’HKCYC’) was established by renowned tenor Mr. Man Kin Ping in August 2008, with the vision of achieving a choir of high standard that performs both contemporary and traditional pieces with unique styles. All members have received a certain extent of vocal training. HKCYC has performed in a wide array of occasions and partaken in various competitions:
- Delivered a series of well recognised concerts annually, including ‘Different Songs in the World (2015)’
and ‘The Sound of Religion – Past and present (2016)’
- In 2017, small-groups visited Japan and Australia to participate in several international choir festivals
- In 2016, with the subsidy of the Art Development Fund, visited the Shanghai Conservatory of Music
for an exchange programme and organized a special concert with a choir in Shanghai
- In 2015, won a Gold and a Silver award in the small-group and mixed choirs categories
respectively in ‘The International Federation for Choral Music (IFCM) World Choral EXPO’ in Macau
Apart from performing in formal concerts, HKCYC is also invited by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department regularly to deliver outdoor performances to promote choral music to the community.