SPCC X LMP #StayHome&MakeMusic Video



Our College’s Symphony Orchestra, under the leadership of Music Director, Mr. Warren Lee and Faculty Mentor, Dr. Anton Luiten, has initiated a virtual music collaboration to pay tribute to all healthcare workers from Hong Kong to London and beyond, but especially to those connected to the SPCC family.


The 76-member strong Symphony Orchestra was originally scheduled to perform with members of the London Mozart Players in early May in City Hall. Putting aside their own disappointments due to the inevitable cancellation, the Orchestra invited members of the London Mozart Players to join them in recording videos of Johann Strauss’ stirring Radetzky March, not only to uplift the spirits of medical professionals, but to keep students engaged in music making during this extended suspension of rehearsals. This video is a labour of love from across professions and cultures, as well as a symbol of our students’ creativity, compassion and resilience.


The College would like to express its gratitude to the London Mozart Players for their continued role modelling for our students, as well as to Professor Gabriel Leung, Dean of Medicine of The University of Hong Kong, for amplifying this message of love through his guest appearance in the video. (Click here)


本校管弦樂團在音樂總監李偉安先生及音樂科科主任Dr. Anton Luiten的帶領下,發起網上隔空合奏活動,製作音樂短片向香港及倫敦一眾醫護人員致敬,同時與整個聖保羅大家庭共享悠揚樂韻。


管弦樂團76 位成員原定下月初與倫敦莫札特音樂家合奏團(London Mozart Players)假香港大會堂舉行音樂會,惟因停課關係,活動被迫取消。同學雖未能演出,但仍擱下失望之情,積極邀請倫敦的音樂家共同演奏及錄製施特勞斯創作的《拉德茨基進行曲》。此短片不但為前線抗疫醫護打氣,亦讓同學在無法排練的日子居家享「樂」,展現他們充滿創意、樂觀和關愛的素質,更是橫跨不同領域及文化的音樂人的共同結晶。