【Music Hour - A Groovy Night】
Updated: Jun 24, 2020
Music Hour Is Back! The first Music Hour in 2020 unveils with Jazz fusion Latin with a unique trio instrumentation featuring violin, piano and double bass. Anticipate a Groovy Night with Haw Par Music's faculty and friends under the Tai Hang skyline! Please pre-register at the link below.
【Music Hour - A Groovy Night】 Date: 25/6/2020 (Thu) Time: 20:00-21:00 Venue: R/F, Haw Par Music, 15A Tai Hang Road, Tai Hang Admission Fee: $200 Each ticket includes one complimentary drink Online Registration^: https://bit.ly/6MhGn20
^Notes: - Pre-registration must be required to attend. - Once enrolled, any changes or cancellations will not be considered. - No refund will be made to participants for the events that are cancelled due to bad weather.
Featured Faculty members: Amelia Chan, Violin Faculty Amelia Chan currently holds the position of concertmaster at the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong. She was formerly concertmaster of the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra, and has performed extensively with the New York Philharmonic. She has been heard on WQXR, New York; WQED, Pittsburgh; West Virginia Public Broadcasting; BBC Radio Scotland, Scotland; and RTHK Radio 4, Hong Kong.
Jessica Zuch, Jazz Faculty Canadian-born Jazz pianist and songwriter, Jessica holds a Master’s degree in Jazz Composition and Arranging from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Music Performance from Capilano University in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada where she later served as a faculty member and program coordinator. She is well-known for her innovative, upbeat teaching style and customized lesson plans.
Guest Musician: Jeff Lehmberg, Double Bassist, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra Jeff Lehmberg was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and grew up in Kansas. He received his bachelor's degree in philosophy at Columbia University in New York. After teaching primary and secondary school in Los Angeles as a member of Teach for America, Jeff returned to New York to study double bass performance at Mannes College of Music. He moved to Hong Kong in 2005 to join the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, where he remains today. He has also served as Principal Bass of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Jeff is also a free-lance jazz bassist, and is a member of several local jazz ensembles, including the Wong Way Down and NTBM.