Arts & Culture BenefitVIEW EVENT DETAILS
6:05 pm Cocktail Reception and Gallery Viewing
7:00 pm Dinner, Entertainment, and Auction
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Celebrating Art and Connecting Communities
The Arts & Culture Benefit is an annual event to celebrate and support the arts initiatives of Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
Join us for a lively evening as we celebrate art and connect communities! The Arts & Culture Benefit showcases upcoming arts projects at Asia Society Hong Kong Center and gathers friends and patrons together at the Center to raise funds for those programs. This year the Benefit will celebrate the closing of the popular spring exhibitions A Story of Light: Hon Chi-fun and Yukaloo by James Turrell and include a cocktail reception on the Roof Garden, art-themed dinner in JC Hall, late-night gallery viewing, entertainment, and an auction of one-of-a-kind experiences!
Tickets (members) | HK $4,000
Tickets (non-members) | HK $5,000
Tables | HK $50,000
Program booklet ads are available at HK $10,000 for full page (deadline May 25).
All proceeds will support arts initiatives organized by Asia Society Hong Kong Center.
Art Dinner Created Exclusively by AMMO's Chef Cyrus So
Crab Meat Salad with Lobster Jelly, Mozzarella & Caviar
Iberico Jamon Consomme with Zucchini & Butternut Squash
USDA Beef Tenderloin with Black Truffle Tart
Cinnamon French Toast with Milk Tea Ice Cream
(Vegetarian Menu Available)
About the Chef
Chef Cyrus So is a dynamic and well versed culinary master in Western cuisine. Classically trained, he has worked with highly revered and respected French chefs. With over 15 years of gastronomic experience, he uses an inventive approach, combining French techniques of great precision and finesse, with emphasis on the creative use of fresh, authentic and seasonal products.
Gokul and Lakshmi Laroia
Special Performance by
Jasmine Law, Soprano
Jasmine Law was awarded her Master of Music degree from the Royal Academy of Music, London. As a versatile artist, Jasmine enjoys performing a wide repertoire that includes operas, oratorios, art songs and contemporary music. In 2018, she made her European operatic début as Eliza, the lead role in the European premiere production of Dark Sisters by Nico Muhly (Trentino Music Festival, Italy). Other highlights include curating and singing in Brahms/Schoenberg recital The Book of the Hanging Gardens in collaboration with renowned pianist Nancy Loo, soprano soloist in Kurtag’s Kafka Fragments (New Vision Arts Festival, Hong Kong), making her Italian concert début in the world premiere of chamber work Due volte è iniziata la mia vita by Fausto Tuscano, singing as June in Angel Lam’s June Lovers conducted by Perry So (Hong Kong Arts Festival), soloist in Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire with the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble under the baton of Paul Zukofsky, soloist in the Asian premiere of Romitelli's An Index of Metals conducted by Manuel Nawri.
With kind permission of Jockey Club Opera Hong Kong Young Artist Development and Education Programme
Linda Yim, Piano
Linda has been dedicated to solo and chamber music recitals. She has worked with a number of organizations, including Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, the Hong Kong Bach Choir and Zuni Icosahedron. She has set foot on mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Malaysia, Australia and the United Kingdom. As a member of Hong Kong New Music Ensemble. Linda is proactive in promoting classical and modern music education. She is currently teaching at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Auction Donors and Event Supporters
Bank Julius Baer & Co. Ltd
Melco Resorts & Entertainment
teamLab and Asia Society Tokyo Center
Hines and Asia Society Texas Center
Asia Society Northern California, Southern California, India, Washington D.C., and Zurich
Helen Y. Chen
Landmark Mandarin Oriental
Rosewood Hong Kong
Wine provided by Pernod Ricard
Beer provided by
International Media Partner