Presented by the Fringe Club as one of the programmes of “Jazz-Go-Central, Jazz-Go-Fringe” project, JazzSpeak is the training programme of the Jazz Youth Internship Scheme Phase I. From March to August 2018, a series of six lectures will be held at the Fringe Club. Topics include jazz introduction to beginner and its development, promotion of jazz music, arts administration and concert curatorship, and music education. The talk will be opened to the public as well.
The first three lectures will be hosted by the Chung Brothers, examining jazz from its origins to the present, its relation to other forms of music and different styles within the jazz genre. Representative and monumental instrumental and vocal recordings from the past one hundred years will also be explored.
Lecture time will be spent listening to, analyzing, and discussing a wide variety of recorded jazz performances and watching jazz videos. Guest musicians will be invited for demonstration on relevant topics. This can help to increase participants’ understanding, appreciation, and enjoyment of jazz, sharpen their listening skills and the ability to communicate clearly and intelligently about the music.
Sat 26 May 2018
From Bossa Nova to Jazz Fusion
1960's: R&B, Soul, Latin Jazz
Miles Davis, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea
Jazz today in the world and in Hong Kong
Live demonstration by Billy Chan (piano) and Tsang Tak Hong (bass)
The Chung Brothers
The Chung Brothers is an award-winning musical group formed by brothers Henry and Roger Chung in Hong Kong. They were widely recognized as a huge influence in revolutionizing Hong Kong indie music, Gospel Music and hi-fi audiophile in the last 6 years since their debut in 2009. Henry is named "Top Jazz/Blues Artists" by Washington Post in the United States as a blues harmonica player, while Roger is a multiple award-winning vocalist. And together, they compose, write and produce their own musical works.
Tickets available at Fringe Club box office and art-mate.net
$50 (Standard), $40 (*Fringe members), $30 (**Student/ Senior)
*Fringe Club membership card MUST be presented at the door.
**Limited quota. Student card/ Identity card MUST be presented at the door.
Programmes elaborated mainly in Cantonese.
Admission: 30 minutes before show time.
No outside drink or food is allowed inside the venue.
Limited seats, first-come-first-served.
“Jazz-Go-Central, Jazz-Go-Fringe” is financially supported by the Arts Capacity Development Funding Scheme of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
The content of these programmes does not reflect the views of the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region
Hong Kong Fringe Club reserves the right to change the programmes, speakers and performers
Fringe Club (852) 2521 7251
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