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Hong Kong Baptist University Alumni Magazine HORIZON

A modern impresario in the making.

PUBLISHED: Friday, 27 July, 2018

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Comeback Girl Podcast

In this podcast, More Than Musical's Lucy Choi about her remarkable path to a glittering career in the opera world. 

RELEASED: Monday, 2 July, 2018

 

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

Who says opera’s boring? Hong Kong music enthusiast aims to stage classics with a fun and modern twist.

PUBLISHED: Saturday, 27 January, 2018

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ASIAN REVIEW OF BOOKS

More Than Musical is making a bet that streamlined adaptations in non-traditional spaces and environments will appeal to an opera-shy millennial audience.

PUBLISHED: Tuesday, 19 December, 2017

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ASIAN REVIEW OF BOOKS

Operatic aspirations aside, this must surely have been among the best evenings of theatre put on by a local Hong Kong company in quite some time.

PUBLISHED: Sunday, 18 June 2017

This article appeared in the ARB as: 
“La Traviata”, Hong Kong, 17-18 June 2017

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The Beautiful Art – An Interview with Rumiko HasEgawa

Ms. Hasegawa knew that the audience was missing a truly beautiful art where drama was matched with heavenly music. How could she make opera a part of the modern lifestyle?

PUBLISHED : Monday, 09 October, 2017

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Hong Kong Economic Journal

How the successful career woman Rumiko Hasegawa became the founder of an NGO - More Than Musical.

PUBLISHED: Tuesday, 06 June, 2017

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Timeout Family - Hong kong

Originally from Tokyo, Rumiko Hasegawa has lived in Hong Kong with her husband and 19-year-old daughter since 2010. A former partner at Goldman Sachs, she is also the founder of More Than Musical.

PUBLISHED: Tuesday, 01 November, 2016

 

SOUTH CHINA MORNING POST

Hong Kong group to strip down operas and bring them to the people

Works such as Verdi’s La Traviata to be condensed to length of a typical movie and staged in nightclubs and bars by a non-profit company set up by two opera fans hoping to broaden genre’s appeal.

PUBLISHED: Tuesday, 18 October, 2016

This article appeared in the South China Morning Post print edition as:
"Pop-up operas to bring classics to the masses"

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