Poetry, classical music and … live-streaming? How Hong Kong show Spirits was able to continue despite Covid-19 restrictions keeping pianist Yen Chun-chieh out of the city

//Poetry, classical music and … live-streaming? How Hong Kong show Spirits was able to continue despite Covid-19 restrictions keeping pianist Yen Chun-chieh out of the city

Poetry, classical music and … live-streaming? How Hong Kong show Spirits was able to continue despite Covid-19 restrictions keeping pianist Yen Chun-chieh out of the city

Before Spirits began on October 24, Mathias Woo Yan-wai took to the stage to explain how the Taiwanese production almost never made it to the city.Because of travel restrictions and quarantine rules to curb the spread of Covid-19, one of the show’s two artists, pianist Yen Chun-chieh, was still in Taipei in Taiwan. Thankfully, the other performer – veteran screen actress Sylvia Chang Ai-chia – was in Hong Kong.Because of live-streaming – something the theatre company Zuni Icosahedron had…

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By | 2020-10-28T08:15:09+00:00 October 28th, 2020|Entertainment|Comments Off on Poetry, classical music and … live-streaming? How Hong Kong show Spirits was able to continue despite Covid-19 restrictions keeping pianist Yen Chun-chieh out of the city