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3Novices:Tributes to maestro behind Hong Kong’s first professional orchestra

Tributes have been paid to the conductor who played a key role in establishing the Hong Kong Philharmonic as a professional orchestra in 1974.
Lim Kek-tjiang, who had suffered from diabetes for years, died on Thursday morning at his Melbourne home aged 89. He is survived by two sons.
“Maestro Lim took the painstaking first step to bring about Hong Kong’s first professional orchestra that we are all proud of today,” said Fan Ting, Lim’s student from 1972 to 1975 and now…
June 17, 2017 at 02:12PM http://ift.tt/2txUx6N
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