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Edmund Leung


Edmund Leung, (probably) one of the best Handpan players in Hong Kong, the mastermind of the orchestra The Interzone Collective, is good at making different musical instruments and sounds like building blocks to create an elegant and extraordinary musical castle. The Interzone Collective is a combination of traditional musical instruments. Combining a variety of national musical instruments, it creates a beautiful, Zen fantasy, and agitated sound, straight into the subconscious of the human head. He believes: "Music can open a window of the subconscious." Edmund has devoted himself to and promoted independent music since the 1990s. He is one of the guitarist, composer, lyricist and vocalist of the Hong Kong indie rock band...huh!? "Yes...Music for Felines". At the same time, he has also supervised songs and albums for many popular and independent musicians. The independent musicians he has supervised include: two albums by the orchestra Zhu Lingling (Zhu Lingling once picked up the 2007 best albums) The music pop chart awards ceremony is the best new band in the music world, the new city’s best new debut group and the 8th Chinese Music Media Awards, the best new band at the Metropolitan Music Awards Ceremony, and the two albums of the Black Box (they won a new force in the music industry in 1995) Combination Silver Award and 1996 Bronze Medal in the Music Circle), Huang Qiusheng’s "Di-Yan Rock" (in 1995, the Shangtai Shaanxi Award Ceremony won the gold medal for the leading male singer in the music industry), two albums by Goodmorningloria, etc. He used to be the music producer of the Hong Kong Commercial Radio program "Open-minded Music Sky". He is currently the main curator of the creation of the orchestra The Interzone Collective, and is engaged in the music planning of various dance groups in Hong Kong. Edmund was hailed as an "extraordinary senior musician" a long time ago. Until now, the depth and breadth of his thoughts are still expanding. From rock and roll electric guitars and drums to the new instrument Handpan that only appeared on this earth in 2000, His pursuit of ideological breakthroughs is consistent.

Date: January 23 and 24

Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm
























Date: January 23

Time: 2:00pm-2:20pm



















O • Daiko Big Drum


Big Drum, Hong Kong's first all-female Japanese Taiko Orchestra. Since its establishment in 2004, he has participated in a number of theater productions and performed in various cultural events of different sizes in Hong Kong; now it is based in Mui Wo, Lantau Island. The members come from all corners of the art world, with different backgrounds, including improvisation theater, music theory research, film creation, and even dance and violin performance. The orchestra completed its first concert in the spring of 2011.




but.t improvises deconstructed primal archetype organization of sound, reconstructed with random found sound structures delineated by limited sound sources, limited linguistic sound vocabulary for vocalisation, limited pitch materials, limited motif materials, limited timbre choices and limited time structure.


The primal archetype influences are Mindanao mourning prayer, Sundanese Kacapi Suling, West African polyrhythm and desert Bedouin chant among many other music around the world.


Their found sound structures are derived from computer microchips, mountains, seaside landscapes and the sound of water running through stones.Their improvisations inform the use of electronic loop manipulation and processing without electronics.


but.t is....

Wilmer Chan on Double Bass, bows, cut-up plastic bottles, plastic and bamboo chopsticks, tin can covers, plastic clips, and foam food containers.


Nelson Hiu on aluminum microphone box, Dong-Xiao, Xun and a bamboo wood Hu-Qin and voice.

Date: January 23 and 24

Time: 5:00pm-5:30pm




























Luis David Perugachi


From Ecuador south America, travel the world to share traditional Ecuadorean flute and panpipes music.


Date: January 24

Time: 2:20pm-2:40pm










Date: January 23

Time: 2:20pm-2:40pm










Gems music group (HK)


Nepali Musician and Asia Pacific Musical instruments drums, three of them Nepalese with nepal bamboos Flute Mada Tabla and other.



Li Wensheng


Li Wensheng was born in a small Hakka village in the New Territories of Hong Kong. I moved to the UK at the age of 14, worked in the restaurant at home and studied art. In 1992, he returned to the village where he was born and set up a studio in a 300-year-old school, mainly for sculpture creation, using wood and other natural materials to create formalism and practical art, including his own musical instruments. Many recent sculptures incorporate traditional Chinese cultural concepts, such as the phonetic symbols of Chinese characters. Li Wensheng is also an active performance artist and impromptu musician. He has created performances with artists from different media in Hong Kong. In the past two years, Li Wensheng has retired to the world, collecting old objects and materials from his ancestral village, creating hand-made objects and musical instruments.

Date: January 23 and 24

Time: 3:30pm-4:00pm (January 23)

         4:00pm-4:30pm (January 24)


*Performed in "Send Sea Festival" Environmental Dance









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