Shun Hing Group joins hands with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ again to present “Joe Hisaishi in Concert”
Shun Hing Group, a keen supporter of the local arts scene, joins
hands with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG) again to present
"Joe Hisaishi in concert" after 8 years. The sponsored concert was
held on 4 May 2018 in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall,
with the attendance of over 2,000 audiences.
"We are honored to present the well-received 'Joe Hisaishi in
Concert' with MUFG, our long-standing business partner in the year
of the Shun Hing Group 65th Anniversary." said Mr David Mong,
Chairman and CEO of Shun Hing Group.
Joe Hisaishi performed three orchestral pieces with Hong Kong
Philharmonic Orchestra. The concert highlights were the Hong Kong
premiere of The East Land Symphony, mládí for
piano and strings and newly arranged Symphonic Suite Castle in
the Sky, including the beautiful piano part was played by the
Maestro himself, creating an exceptional musical journey through
the castle in the sky.
Joe Hisaishi has produced music for 10 Hayao Miyazaki films. He
has also collaborated on the music production of nearly 80 films in
Japan and abroad. His works have won many awards including the
Chinese film Our Time Will Come which won the Best Original Film
Score at the 37th Hong Kong Film Awards.
Dr Lui Che Woo, Chairman of K. Wah Group was invited to “Joe Hisaishi in Concert” sponsored by Shun Hing Group and MUFG. Mr David Mong, Chairman and CEO of Shun Hing Group showed deepest appreciation to his presence.
Shun Hing Group joins hands with The Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi UFJ (MUFG) again to present “Joe Hisaishi in Concert”, a programme of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HKPO). (From the right) Ms Mariana Ngan, Managing Director, Head of Corporate Banking Office for Greater China, Mr David Mong, Chairman and CEO of Shun Hing Group, Mr Michael MacLeod, Chief Executive of HKPO, Mr Hidekazu Horikoshi, Director of MUFG (China), Mr Kenichi Yamoto, Executive Officer, Head of Hong Kong Branch of MUFG and Ms Kylie Anania, Director of Development of HKPO.