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Roving Exhibition – Classical Music of Central Asia

Cultural & Leisure

03-08-2020

Roving Exhibition – Classical Music of Central Asia

The exhibition will be held from September 2020 to January 2021 at various public libraries of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department. Let's grab the chance to visit the exhibition online now !

The “Silk Road” has for many years conjured up all sorts of imaginations about East-West cultural exchanges, as evoked by historical events such as Alexander’s Conquest of Bactria, Zhang Qian’s missions to the Western Regions, the great Silk Road empires such as Tang and Mongol empires, as well as the Belt and Road Initiative today. In this exhibition, we shall explore the classical music of Central Asia, a product of multicultural encounters in the heartland of the Silk Road.

Date

01-09-2020 ~ 16-01-2021

Time

NA

Venue

(Please refer to official website)

(Please refer to official website)

Organiser

Music Office

Remarks

(No Information/ Not Applicable)

Fee

Free of Charge

Deadline

(No Information/ Not Applicable)

Booking Venue

(No Information/ Not Applicable)

Enrolment method

(No Information/ Not Applicable)

Phone No.

NA
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