Bach, whisky, and bed – quarantined musicians of the Hong Kong Philharmonic put a brave face on their Covid-19 isolation

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Bach, whisky, and bed – quarantined musicians of the Hong Kong Philharmonic put a brave face on their Covid-19 isolation

What do you get when you put nearly a hundred musicians all in one place? Mostly solos and duets, if that place is the Penny’s Bay quarantine centre in Hong Kong.Musicians who performed at Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra’s season-opening concerts this month have been in isolation at the government facility on Lantau Island for nearly two weeks, after bass clarinettist Lorenzo Iosco tested preliminary positive for Covid-19 on October 13. His infection was confirmed two days later.They have been…

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