for electronics and video Included in TransCultural Exchange’s “Hello World” project. See here under “sound” Radio Broadcast BBC Radio 3 (UK) – Late Junction, 11pm, 30 August 2018. Co-Op Radio 100.5FM (Vancouver, Canada) – Soundscapes, 9pm, 4 July 2018. Fresh Art International (US) – Podcasts on multi-platforms, 10am, 25 July,
for violin and symphonic band (or piano) Violin Concerto No.1: Generation, premiered by Hong Kong Festival Wind Orchestra and Patrick Yim on 26 May, 2019 at Jockey Club Auditorium, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. violin and piano version, premiered by Patrick Yim and Linda Yim on 8 November, 2019 at AC
In collaboration with Centre de Vidéo Danse de Bourgogne Premiered in Castle of Cerisy, Normandy, France on 17 May, 2018 during the International Video Dance Festival of Burgundy. Screened on 7-14 October, 2018 at Centre del Carme Cultura Contemporània, Valencia, Spain during the 5th Encuentro internacional de video-danza y video-performance.
for harmonica and string quartet Premiered by Harry Choi and Romer String Quartet on 2 September, 2019 at Tai Kwun, Hong Kong.
For alto sax, two guitars and left hand piano Commissioned by Rosetta Contemporary Ensemble in 2019 Premiere by Rosetta Contemporary Ensemble on 10 August, 2019 at Kyoto Art Centre, Japan. (1pm, 1630pm) see here Tadayoshi Kusakabe, Alto Saxophone Shibata Takaaki, Kosuke Hashizume, Guitar Keisuke Arima, Left Hand Piano Kanako Shioji,
for SATB Chorus premiere by Asia Pacific Youth Choir on 23, 24 July, 2019 at Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Center during Asia Pacific Choral Summit 2019 conducted by Vivian Ip (23 July) conducted by Chris Cheng, Andrew Hon, Sanders Lau, Apollo Wong and Felix Yeung (24 July) Programme Notes
for SATB chorus 白日 White Sun 未昇 Rise Not 舊市空間 Old City Space premiered by Hong Kong Baptist University Choir, Hong Kong Baptist University Women’s Chorus and Cantoría Hong Kong on 8 April, 2019 at Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre.
videoart for all Programme Notes Dots and lines are often regarded as the most important element to drawing. When this idea is applied to language, we can imagine how words are broken into syllables, or even into smaller fragments. This work attempts to recreate Picasso’s Crying Woman in a more
for marimba and percussion quintet (or piano) Marimba Concerto No.1: Road Business, premiered by Jack Van Geem and Toolbox Percussion on 1 June 2019 at Fort Mason Centre, San Francisco, US during the San Francisco International Arts Festival (SFIAF) Performed by Jack van Geem and Lawrence University Percussion Ensemble on
for harpsichord, electronics and video Premiered by Kawai Chan, harpsichord at Recital Hall, Hong Kong Baptist University on 5 April, 2019 during “The Keyboard of the 21st Century” conference. Awarded winner of “Best Music Video” in Eurasia International Monthly film Festival, Moscow, Russia (April, 2019) Official selection of “Music Video”