Hong kong music events. Concert by Wayne Choi & William Lane at Mur Nomade

Hong kong music events. Concert by Wayne Choi & William Lane at Mur Nomade
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Hong kong music events. Mur Nomade Presents Concert by Wayne Choi & William Lane at /sic sic/ Closing Party on 2nd August.

Hong kong music events. Concert by Wayne Choi & William Lane at Mur Nomade

Hong kong music events. Concert by Wayne Choi & William Lane at Mur Nomade

To celebrate the work of local artists Vivian Poon and Tsang Chui-mei, Mur Nomade will host the Closing Party on 2nd August. Two renowned local musicians William Lane and Wayne Choi will join efforts to jam a symphony of contemporary interpretations of classical music and pop tunes.

With the well-received /sic sic/ exhibition as a backdrop, this will also be the last opportunity to catch up with Vivian Poon and Tsang Chui-mei before the exhibition officially closes on 9th August.

Closing Party: 2nd August 2014, 5:00PM-5:30PM.

6:00PM onwards. Free Admission.

– Welcome drinks.

– Performance by Wayne Choi X William Lane.

– Contemporary (pop) X Contemporary (classical).

– Mingling session with Vivian Poon and Tsang Chui-mei.

Address: Mur Nomade Unit 1606, 16/F, Hing Wai Centre, 7 Tin Wan Praya Road, Aberdeen, Hong Kong.

I William Lane (Viola) I:

William Lane performed as a soloist, orchestral player and chamber musician all over Australasia, Asia, Europe and North America. He studied under Jan Sedivka (Australia), Bruno Giuranna (Italy) and Garth Knox (France), as well as in Germany at the International Ensemble Modern Akademie, and in Switzerland at the Lucerne Festival Academy under Pierre Boulez. He has taught at universities in Australia, the U.S.A, the U.K, Mexico, Ireland and China.

He was Principal Viola of Ensemble Resonanz, a member of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, and guest violist of Ensemble Modern, City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong and the Lucerne Festival Strings. He is currently a member of the Anonymous Quartet (Hong Kong); and is Founder/Artistic Director of the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, China’s premiere new music group resident at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. He was awarded the 2013 “Award for Young Artist (Music)” from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.

I About Wayne Choi (voice, guitar) I:

Wayne Choi received his BA in Fine Arts from the University of California, Riverside. Playing cover songs in the style of blues and folk, and occasionally doing loop based music performances with the help of tiny machines and computers, Wayne makes music and sings for the absurdity of life.

I About Mur Nomade I:

Mur Nomade is a curatorial office and gallery. Our name is the French translation of ‘nomadic wall’. We present site-specific projects in selected venues all around Hong Kong, in addition to regular exhibitions at our gallery space in Aberdeen. We work closely with local and international artists to imagine and conceive exhibitions and programmes such as artist residencies, collaborative art projects, travel grants, workshops and outreach initiatives.

Mur Nomade focuses on projects encouraging cultural exchanges and creative encounters. We like bold ideas and we are convinced that cultural exchanges support creativity, stimulate emulation and encourage experimentation.


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