Madama Butterfly

6-10 OCT 2021

OCT 6 OCT 7 OCT 8 OCT 9 OCT 10
19:45 19:45 19:45 19:45 15:00

Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

$1,080, $920, $720, $620, $420, $180

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Regarded as Puccini’s most melodious opera, Madama Butterfly is a perfect amalgam of eastern culture and traditional western opera. Opera Hong Kong joins forces with Slovene National Theatre Maribor to present this magnificent production of the heart-wrenching love story. Performed by the most sought-after singers from Asia and Europe in a traditional setting, the production will turn the entire stage into Butterfly’s house in Nagasaki with scenes created by spectacular modern visual effect.


Date: Wed, 29 September 2021
7pm – 8:15pm
The Hong Kong Jockey Club Hall, Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 9 Justice Drive, Admiralty
Speakers: Peter Gordon and Marco Iannelli
Language: English

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*If you are not a member of Asia Society, please use the discount code OperaHKMEM in the non-member field for free registration.

A co-production of Opera Hong Kong and Slovene National Theatre Maribor

An Opera in Three Acts
Performed in Italian with Chinese and English Surtitles

Composed by Giacomo Puccini
Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa

Producer: Warren Mok
Conductor: Yves Abel
Director: Pier Francesco Maestrini
Set Designer: Nicolás Boni
Costume Designer: Luca Dall’Alpi
Lighting Designer: Bruno Ciulli
Assistant Director: Tim Ribič
Chorus Director: Alex Tam

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Opera Hong Kong Chorus

Sae-Kyung Rim (6/10, 8/10, 10/10)
Bing Bing Wang (7/10, 9/10)

Yayoi Toriki

B. F. Pinkerton
Mykhailo Malafii (6/10, 8/10, 10/10)
Khachatur Badalyan (7/10, 9/10)

Marcin Bronikowski (6/10, 8/10, 10/10)
Christian Federici (7/10, 9/10)

Chen Yong (6/10, 8/10, 10/10)
Henry Ngan (7/10, 9/10)

Prince Yamadori
Sammy Chien

Lam Kwok Ho

The Bonze
Apollo Wong

The Commissioner
Frankie Fung

The Official Registrar
Charles Tsang

Kate Pinkerton
Michelle Lange

Cio-Cio-san’s mother
Rachel Kwok

The cousin
Candice Chung

The aunt
Gladys Ho

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