Event Date:
8 January 202112 December 2020

Programme: 
Memorial Talk Series Commemorating Wong Yuet-sang, Maestro of Cantonese Music Culture : Commemorating our teacher and the bygone days

Date:
8 January 2021 (Friday) 

Venue:
Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

In light of current situation, we regret to inform you that Memorial Talk Series Commemorating Wong Yuet-sang, Maestro of Cantonese Music Culture: Commemorating our teacher and the bygone days on 8 January 2021 (Friday) at Xiqu Centre has been rescheduled. The new dates have yet to be confirmed, so you are entitled to a full refund. Details of the new performances and the on-sale date will be announced on our website, in due course.

Tickets Purchased by Credit Card:
A full refund will be automatically deposited to the same credit card account. Refunds by credit card will be made within 8 weeks from 18 January 2021. No refunds in either cash or cheque will be made for tickets purchased by credit card.

Tickets Purchased by Cash / Octopus:
Please present the physical ticket(s) at the Xiqu Centre Ticket Office during business hours* for the period between 18 January 2021 and 18 February 2021 to process a refund.

Cash refunds will be made at the Xiqu Centre Ticket Office upon submission of a completed Refund Request Form with matched ticket(s). The ticket holder must sign to acknowledge receipt of the refund.

*The office hours of Xiqu Centre Ticket Office and our Ticketing Hotline (852) 2200 0022 are now changed to 10am to 8pm daily, Freespace Ticket Office is temporarily closed. Any special opening arrangements will be available on our website. You may also telephone ahead of your visit to confirm opening times. For further enquiries, please call (852) 2200 0022, or e-mail us at ticketinfo@wkcda.hk.


Programme:
Memorial Talk Series Commemorating Wong Yuet-sang, Maestro of Cantonese Music Culture : Commemorating our teacher and the bygone days

Original Date:
12 December 2020 (Saturday) 2:30pm-4:00pm 

Reschedule to:
8 January 2021 (Friday) 7:30pm-9:00pm

Venue:
Seminar Hall, Xiqu Centre

Ticketing arrangements for the reschedule of the event:
In light of the current situation, Memorial Talk Series Commemorating Wong Yuet-sang, Maestro of Cantonese Music Culture: Commemorating our teacher and the bygone days due to take place 12 December 2020 is rescheduled to 8 January 2021.

Patrons are welcome to attend the corresponding rescheduled January date, as appears below, and will be admitted on their original tickets.

Cancelled Original Performances Corresponding Rescheduled Performances
12 December 2020 (Saturday) 2:30pm 8 January 2021 (Friday) 7:30pm

Patrons who CANNOT attend the corresponding rescheduled date may apply for a full refund, subject to the following procedure:

Tickets purchased by Credit Card:
Full refund will be automatically deposited to the same credit card account used for tickets purchased for the event. Refund by credit card will be made within 8 weeks from 18 January 2021. No refund in either cash or cheque will be made for tickets purchased by Credit Card.

Tickets Purchased by Cash / Octopus:
Please present the physical ticket(s) at the Xiqu Centre Ticket Office* during business hours for the period between 18 January to 18 February 2021 to process a full refund.

Cash refunds will be made at the Xiqu Centre Ticket Office upon submission of a completed Refund Request Form with matched ticket(s). The ticket holder must sign to acknowledge receipt of the refund.

*In light of the current situation, the office hours of our Xiqu Centre Ticket Office and Ticketing Hotline are now changed to 10am to 8pm daily, Freespace Ticket Office are now temporarily closed. Any special opening arrangements would be available on our website. You may also telephone ahead of your visit to confirm opening times. For further enquiries, please call (852) 2200 0022, or email us at ticketinfo@wkcda.hk

Consignment Tickets:
For consignment tickets purchased through the event co-organiser, please contact the co-organiser for arrangements.
Co-organiser: Centre for Chinese Music Studies, The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Enquiries: (852) 3943 3005