Music Production

The Jockey Club Street Music Series (2015-2017), co-presented by the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Kung Music Workshop, receives nearly HK$13 million funding from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust to proactively foster local music talents. The Series not only introduces to the public various kinds of music through concerts, but also organises music coaching workshops with professionals to nurture musicians of the next generations.

By these approaches, the programme encourages musicians to interact with all walks of life and further develop their music. The Jockey Club Street Music Series has started to help musicians to record original songs since 2016. 

STUDENT DEMOS

DFG
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The vocalist and guitarist of the band DFG, Samson, is one of the first batch of students participating in the Jockey Club Street Music Series Music Workshops since 2014. With support of the Jockey Club Street Music Series, DFG is releasing its original work “You Are Poisonous”-- the fruit of Samson and his band’s creative journey in these few years. ... Read more >
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: DFG “You Are Poisonous”
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: Interview with DFG
Esther
Bio:
At the age of 17, Esther is the youngest among participants of the Jockey Club Street Music Series Music Workshop who are releasing their demos. Despite her young age, she is determined to become a professional musician. Esther creates both the music and lyrics for her own songs single-handedly. Through the music production scheme of the Jockey Club Street Music Series, Esther will release her original work《我在等一個人和我浪費時間》... Read more >
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: Esther “Fade Time With You”
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: Interview with Esther
Olivier Cong & Bou Kwan Ying
Bio:
Olivier was born in a family with parents who are deeply in love with music, giving him the opportunity to be nostalgic and heavily influenced by the golden years of music industry. His music has a taste of blues, folk and alternative. // Bou entered the Department of Chinese Music of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) in 2014. She majored in Zheng under the supervision of Prof XU Lingzi and minored in percussion under the supervision of Yim Hok Man. She is now a member of the HKAPA Zheng Ensemble and the Hong Kong Youth Chinese Orchestra. ... Read more >
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Han
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Born and raised in Hong Kong, Han has been involved in the local jazz scene for certain years. For the last couple of years, he has participated in different bar gigs around town, outdoor festivals, all sorts of pop music concerts and private events.... Read more >
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Narbi
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There is something so naked and honest with folk music because of its simplicity while the void/negatives in the music could be subtle, suggestive and dark. The contradiction draws Narbi to explore the folklore path while staying in and away from the comfort in the giant’s footstep. ... Read more >
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KaMing & NgaYi
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KaMing & NgaYi is a local acoustic band formed in August 2015. They have won the Merit Prize (Groups) and the Most Popular Award at Hong Kong Inter-college Music Association (ICMA) Singing Contest. The name of the band, composed of the duo's names, indicates their plain and folksy style.... Read more >
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只怕沒有你
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: Interview with KaMing & NgaYi
Setamlous
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Setamlous is a jazz trio formed with pianist Ming-sum Cheng, guitarist Chun-pong Dai and trombonist Edward Lee. ... Read more >
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Jockey Club Street Music Series: Setamlous "Spring Has Come"
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Franklin Telescope
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Franklin Telescope was initially influenced by bands of fusion style, and later focused on funk, blues and soul music. Having been formed for two years, the band has accumulated quite a few songs. ... Read more >
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Com On Let's Dance
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