Corporate Responsibility
Corporate Responsibility

Art in MTR – Living Art Stage

Art for life's journeys

Music and theatrical performances bring artistic expression to life in the MTR in a rich variety of entertaining ways at the MTR "Living Art Stage".

Every Friday evening from 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm, the Central Subway of Hong Kong Station (paid area near Entrance / Exit C of Hong Kong Station) becomes a stage for professional artists and amateur performers to share their diverse abilities and talents.

Performances include everything from modern pop, busking, hip-hop music to classical performances, traditional Chinese music, theatre and dance. Passengers will also enjoy special performances during festive times.

Members of the public can stop by to relax and enjoy an art healing journey from the hectic city life at the Living Art Stage.

To promote diverse artistic cultures, the MTR “Living Art Stage” features different performance themes. Details are as follows:

Performances at the Living Art Stage
Date Performance Theme
June 2024 Power of Youth / Live Green
September – November 2024 Busking/ Care for the Silver Community
December 2024 – February 2025 Festive Celebration/Love in the air
March – May 2025 Music for all Diversity & Inclusion/Music Healing

Upcoming Performance at Living Art Stage
Date Time Organisation Programme
13 July 2024 (Sat) –
11 Aug 2024 (Sun)
"100% DORAEMON & FRIENDS" Sculpture Exhibition

"living art" Performance Snapshots

Harmonica Quintet

Harmonica Quintet


With vivid and energetic harmonica music, five enthusiastic musicians from RedBricks Harmonica brought passengers a joyful journey.

Break Dance Performance

Break Dance Performance


A group of breakdancers including Hong Kong breaking athletes B-Boy Think and B-Girl Lady showcased incredible breakdancing moves.

Music Beyond Borders

Music Beyond Borders


Hong Kong Enharmonica, a local inclusive orchestra, brightened up passengers' journeys by performing several well-known classical and pop music pieces.

Chinese Ensemble

Chinese Ensemble


Engineers who love playing Chinese instruments featured a series of melodious music pieces to showcase the tuneful timbres of Chinese musical instruments such as the pipa and erhu.

To participate, please call the MTR Hotline on 2881 8888, click here to download the application form, or complete the online application form.