Soul Sisters Take Their Act to The Hub

The Hong Kong Women's Choir Announces its Final Concert of the Spring Season, featuring Grace Notes
By: The Hong Kong Women's Choir
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WAN CHAI, Hong Kong - June 5, 2016 - PRLog -- The Hong Kong Women's Choir ( (THKWC), a registered charity comprised of local and international women who sing for good causes, announces its final concert of the Spring season. The a cappella (unaccompanied) section of the Choir, Grace Notes, will perform their Soul Sisters repertoire at The Hub ( in Wan Chai, Hong Kong's premier multi-purpose artistic space.

The "Soul Sisters" cocktail musical event at The Hub will showcase such choreographed hit tunes as "I Feel Good", "Respect", and "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" on Thursday 16 June, 8pm (doors open at 7.30pm). Tickets are on sale now, and include the full concert plus a complementary drink (additional cocktails available for sale). Light snacks will be provided as well, with all proceeds of the event going towards charities: Sisters of the Good Shepherd and Bring Me a Book Hong Kong.

The Hub is Hong Kong's multi-purpose event venue with superb facilities and an aim of bringing the local professional and artistic community together. Located in Wan Chai, one of the most vibrant areas in the city, The Hub is conveniently located within walking distance to the MTR and nearby parking facilities.

The venue capacity is limited to 100, so you will want to buy your tickets now. Tickets are only 250 HKD and available at and

With musical inspirations from Aretha Franklin, James Brown, and Curtis Mayfield - amongst many others - the evening promises to have you singing along and dancing in your seat. Share your soulful aspirations and invite your friends along for an evening of melodious fun!


The Hong Kong Women's Choir is passionate about helping those less fortunate in our community and the aim for our concerts is to both raise funds for and increase awareness of their needs. This year the Choirs' efforts will benefit two good causes.

Bring Me a Book Hong Kong ( is the leading advocate for family literacy in Hong Kong today, facilitating access to quality children's books, nurturing their passion for reading, and empowering parents and educators to read aloud for future success in school and life.

The Sisters of the Good Shepherd (  is an international group of women dedicated to promoting the welfare of women and girls, especially those at risk.  The aim is to donate funds raised for our concerts to go towards the purchase of instruments so that the facility residents have opportunities to heal and thrive through music.

Recent charities that have benefited from our efforts include Foodlink Foundation Limited, Sunshine Action, Silence, Harmony House, Children's Cancer Foundation, The Home of Loving Faithfulness, Against Child Abuse, and Suicide Prevention Services, St. James Settlement, among many others.

About The Hong Kong Women's Choir

The Hong Kong Women's Choir (THKWC),
a registered charity comprised of local and international women who Sing for Good Cause, was founded in 1997 by a group of dedicated female singers with a common love of singing. The Choir is made up of two sister groups: Nova, the core group of singers performing a cantata (to accompaniment), and Grace Notes, who sing a cappella (unaccompanied). The Choirs have sung in such places as Government House (, The Hong Kong Jockey Club (, The Conrad, and TEDxHongKongED ( . The Choir's driving aim is to support a variety of local worthwhile causes while bringing entertainment to audiences of all kinds through female vocal performances at both private functions and public events.

The Hub

1F, Fortune Building; 150-158 Lockart Road, Wan Chai, Tel. 3565 6675

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