A Symphony of Lights, Hong Kong

Sam Frost
Article By: Sam Frost
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Launched in 2004, the "Symphony of Lights" is a spectacular synchronised light showing that uses 39 buildings across Hong Kong Island and Kowloon with music from the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. The music combines traditional Chinese flutes and the bowed instrument known as the Erhu, with a modern contemporary orchestral score to produce a symphony that represents the cultural east-meets-west diversity of Hong Kong. Lasers, lighting, LED screens, and search lights illuminate in unison to create a show for tourists that showcases Victoria Harbour at night - making this a spectacle that truly should not be missed. Photo Credits: Rock Gonzales unsplash.com
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  • Admiralty, Hong Kong
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