As the sun rises on Monday morning, artist and Himalayan singing bowl player Tsang Man-tung from Allpamama leads participants in a cathartic, dawn performance workshop involving 100 Himalayan singing bowls. As the sunlight moves over the Competition Pavilion in the Nursery Park, the soothing bell-like vibrations of the singing bowls quietly create a meditative atmosphere and help awaken the senses neglected in our everyday lives. (Please note that the event time has been updated while the date remains unchanged. All registrants will be notified by email. For enquiries please contact Ms Lee at (852) 2200 0377)
26 October 2020 (Monday)
Competition Pavilion, Nursery Park, West Kowloon Cultural District (Getting to Competition Pavilion)
Free admission. Limited capacity on a first come, first served basis. Please register online in advance.
For enquiries please contact Ms Lee at (852) 2200 0377, email@example.com
- Please remember to wear a mask and follow current social distancing guidelines.
- Temperature checks will be carried out before admission. Visitors showing a temperature of 37.5°C or above will not be able to participate.
- If you have travelled outside of Hong Kong in the past 14 days or are wearing a home quarantine tracking wristband, please wait until your quarantine period is over before visiting West Kowloon.
- Special Arrangements in Response to Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Adverse Weather Arrangements:
If a black rainstorm warning or a typhoon signal no. 8 or above is in force three hours before the start of the event, the event will be cancelled.
About the Artist:
Renowned local scenographer and musician Tsang Man-tung is a skilled player of sacred Himalayan singing bowls. In recent years he has given public performances in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan and Malaysia, and in 2018 he released The Seed of Sound: Singing Bowl, Hong Kong’s first album of singing bowl music.
As a scenographer Tsang has been recognised with a number of international awards for Best Set Design, Best Costume Design and Best Make-up and Image Design, including the Silver prize for Set Design at the World Stage Design 2017. He also won the award for Best Artist (Theatre) at the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2007/08) and received awards for Outstanding Set Design for Dance at the Hong Kong Dance Awards in 2012, 2016 and 2017. In 2009, Tsang received a Huang He Fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council to visit Yale University School of Drama as a special research fellow, and in 2015 he was a “Secretary for Home Affairs’ Commendation Scheme” awardee for his contributions to the development of arts and culture in Hong Kong.