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True Colors Symphony

#Be True #Be Colors
It is our differences that make us shine

True Colors Symphony (TCS) is a symbol of hope and heal our disabilities on the inside. As the largest all-inclusive orchestra in Hong Kong, TCS comprises 120 talented musicians with and without special needs of 7 to 70 years of age, featuring ethnic minorities, senior citizen, as well as communities with specific disabilities such as the blind, deaf, autistic, handicapped and intellectually challenged. We support inclusion, celebrate differences, and demonstrate abilities and excellence we can achieve together.

True Colors Symphony comprises a wide range of western instruments from strings, woodwinds, brass and percussion. We also welcome singers and choir members. Special needs musicians who show potential in music would have a chance receiving grant from the foundation to further their musical training. 

The inaugural performance of True Colors Symphony "When You Believe" was successfully held at concert hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre on January 12, 2020, touching many hearts and won a 3-minutes standing ovation from the audience.

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Project Goals

#Betrue #Becolors

Our advocate is to Be True, Be Colors and promote acceptance, forgiveness and harmony in the society.

Project goals of TCS are divided into three directions:

1) Annual concert would take place in order to spread the message of inclusion and positivity

2) Three music chambers will be formed within our members to pave them a new career path

3) Training scholarship for special needs music students showing potential

 

Our Mission

Making the World a Better Place

Education is to lead out one's potential to show us what they are capable of instead of what they are expected to be. It is our differences that make us shine. We are convinced that the world needs more empathy for a better place and positive values are to be instilled in children in young age. 

The True Colors Symphony advocates social inclusion and is strongly believed that social inclusion is reciprocal. Everyone of us should be given the opportunity to experience and exposure interacting people who are different. 

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Be Part of US!

If you are passionate about music and willing to devote time attending rehearsals and taking part in performance during the year, we want to you to be part of the family! Please send a 2-3 minute video or audio clip of your musical performance to tsc@pmf.org.hk. Shortlisted candidates would be invited to an audition. 

Contact us:
Ms. Michelle Yim

michelle.yim@pmf.org.hk

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Board of Advisory

Overseas

ANANTAWAN Adrian, Canada Violinist & Educator

CHEW Elim, Singapore - Social Entrepreneur 

Local

CHIU Kris - Social Worker

CHOW Fan Fu - Music Critic

DOO Sylvia - Specialist in Developmental Behavioral Paediatrics

GOH Ching - Founding Member of HK Sinfonietta, Violinist and Conductor

LO Kelvin - Music Educator and Choral Conductor

TAI Keen Man - Former Deputy Director of Broadcasting at RTHK

WU Alfred - Solicitor, Legal Consultant

 

©2019 by Music Angel Orchestra.

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