Produced by Hong Kong Arts Festival – A Journey Too Short - 無限亮 No Limits

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A celebration of inspiring gospel hymns, such as I know who holds tomorrow, Blessed Assurance and more

“… your strength will equal your days.” Deuteronomy 33:25

How do we keep our hopes, faith and passion alive as we navigate the river of life?

A Journey Too Short presents over 25 classic hymns created by writers and composers whose lives were full of challenges, such as the famous poet and writer Fanny Crosby, and minister and hymn writer George Matheson. Despite their disability, they created beautiful music that still resounds in churches across the world today, filling people with a sense of hope and strength.

Performed by Ebenezer Choir and Die Konzertisten, this concert features local musicians with different abilities. Professor Victor Chan, composer and Music Director, composes and rearranges the music showcased in this performance. In the last part of the show, the audience is invited to participate in a sing-along, celebrating the music of these extraordinary artists.

Song List:

This World Is Not My Home

Safe in the Arms of Jesus

Open My Eyes That I May See

Blessed Assurance

Panis Angelicus

Beyond the Sunset

No Night There

Then Jesus Came

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus

If God Wills…

I Know Who Holds Tomorrow

A Hymn of Promise

What a Friend We Have in Jesus

Still, Still with Thee

I Know Who Holds the Future

Trusting Jesus

Amazing Grace

I Am Thine, O Lord

O Love that Wilt Not Let Me Go

For His Anger

Not Now, But in the Coming Years

Going Home

Close to Thee

Day by Day

He Lives

Composer and Music Director
Professor Victor Chan

Stage Director
Ivanhoe Lam

Conductor
Felix Yeung

Photography Coach and Exhibition Curator
Dick Lau

Pianists
Nancy Loo
Lee Shing

Violist
Ringo Chan

Tenor
Alex Tam

Performers
Ebenezer School
Die Konzertisten (DK)

Approx. 1 hour and 15 minutes without interval.

Co-presented by

Strategic Supporting Partner

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