同一天空下,音樂在不同角落響起。有的來自他鄉,將自己的音樂文化帶到香港;有的土生土長,將本地元素注入外來樂風。音樂,就是大家的共同語言。讓我們在午後海風吹拂下,隨音樂打開心胸,一起舞動!

Head Clowns
糅合東歐、俄羅斯、法國及拉丁美洲樂風的二人組合

狻猊
香港唯一的粵音幻聽雷鬼樂隊

Gregmel & Africana Band
非洲、拉丁美洲和加勒比海特色的雷鬼、爵士和流行音樂

JAZZIN’ SAMBA
充滿爵士韻味的巴西音樂
香港文化中心露天廣場C區
地圖
31.10
(六)
3pm - 6pm
免費入場
*Some seats may have a restricted view

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  • In Cantonese
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Trivia
Global theatrical innovations from Poland
Theatre of Death
Artist and director Tadeusz Kantor (1915-1990) refused to be guided by texts, placing the emphasis on the visual elements of theatre. Kantor combined radical props and stage design with happenings (different art forms brought together in a live performance) to manifest the absurdity and emptiness of reality. In 1975,Kantor created Dead Class, a controversial play from which he developed the Theatre of Death concept, probing such motifs as death, memory, spiritual transcendence, and the most basic human desires.
Poor Theatre
This form of theatre is derived from the ideas and work of director Jerzy Grotowski (1933-1999). Poor Theatre seeks to distil the essence of the dramatic art form. Grotowski argued that interaction between actors and spectators is the only necessary element in theatre, with lighting, sound effects and set design minimised in his productions. In his view, even the stage could be abandoned. Grotowski also developed training methods that demanded his actors constantly engage in self-exploration, fusing their inner beings into performances.
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