Born in Hong Kong, Sam spent 12 years in his father’s native country, England. Growing up surrounded with music, he first learnt piano and later taught himself guitar, drums and bass.
Artistic musical duo Head Clowns perform an eclectic mix of songs from Europe, Russia and Latin America. Mixing ukulele, vocals and clarinet, their compositions weave ancient and modern melodies into striking performances that surprise and enchant. Inspired by everything from TV themes to shoe-gaze via house music and avant-garde jazz, they have distilled their diverse talents and years of performing experience into a finely-honed unit capable of playing absolutely anywhere!
The Majestic G’s original mix of funk, soul and experimental music pushes the boundaries, connects the dots and reflects our changing times! It also reflects the wide spectrum of the band’s individual members. All active music veterans on the Hong Kong scene, between them they have experience spanning pop, jazz, soul, funk, rock, classical, and traditional Chinese music.
Adrian Fu’s song writing career began when he was 18. Since then he has made a name for himself in Hong Kong’s creative community writing a number of hit songs for Eason Chan.
Adrian’s creative talent and powerful compositions reached a wide audience, and have been used in TV series and movies, also as successful theme songs.
A singer and passionate piano player, Adrian has forged his own path in the music industry.
Musical collective Mike Orange & The Universe Travellers is the new project of Mike Orange, guitarist and composer with local rock band Chochukmo. Experimenting with different musical languages and styles, Mike works with much sought-after musicians to explore and reinterpret electronic music, adding the essence of human expression with live instruments.
In one stroke: a single act that has a big impact; a painting that tells a perfect story with a single stroke of the brush.
This is the inspiration behind the name of the jazz quartet made up of Tsui Chin Hung (guitar), Patrick Lui (piano), Wong Tak Chung (double bass) and Almond Yeung (drums). Experimenting with form, texture, and style, In One Stroke hope their original compositions and improvisational interpretations create seamless, perfectly formed pieces.
After studying modern dance at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Han Mei won the Hong Kong Dance Alliance’s Hong Kong Dance Award 2010 for Outstanding Performance by a Female Dancer with “Homecoming”, a Passoverdance production. Besides having a passion for dance and theatre, Han also has a talent for handicrafts and started her own business making and selling canvas bags in 2012.
jamistry, a name that hints at the musical chemistry that exists between Jason and Alex, two 20-year-old singers and long-standing friends.
Broken down, jam-is-try also hints at the band’s motto: Jason’s and Alex’s Music IS improved by TRYing.
Acoustic pop duo Katherine & Heidi met as classmates at The University of Hong Kong. Their goal is to share their positive outlook on life and spread happiness through their music.
Passionate about singing and playing, local street performer Joey is known for her powerful mezzo-soprano voice and talent for all types of pop songs.
As a solo performer she won many awards in school and college singing competitions. In 2015, Joey took part in The Voice of China, and was among the top four finalists in the Hong Kong division. The same year, she got together with singer Jaymie Cheung to form the music duo Royal Blues.
Joey hopes her songs offer people in the city a little peace of mind.
Selected to take part in the international beatbox challenge “Emperor of Mic” in 2011 and 2014, beatbox and electronic music artist HeartGrey was also amongst the top 8 finalists at the “Grand Beatbox Battle” in Switzerland in the same year, and was named National Beatbox Champion in China in 2012 and 2015.
To promote beatbox culture in Hong Kong HeartGrey took part in the local street dance film “The Way We Dance”. To date he has released five original works.
Formed in summer 2014, instrumental band Cow Head hopes to bring audiences a refreshing take on music that is not driven by lyrics. The band has performed at various shows and venues, and can occasionally be spotted busking on the streets.