Conversational Music Workshop 與音樂對話工作坊

30/06/2016 -
20:00 - 22:00

“Conversational music”

A no-boundary workshop that allows oneself, the most powerful instrument of expression and creativity, to interact with music freely. With the body as the medium, continuous conversation is created between imaginative human mind and music, discovering new sounds and new ways of creating music along the way.
"咖哩牛腩飯" 如何發展成音樂? 香港著名爵士低音結他手曾德康及鬼才作曲家伍卓賢將透過"Conversational Music"音樂工作坊,引領你發現生活中埋藏的音樂元素,並一同探索和實驗音樂上的各種可能性

Instructors: Tsang Tak Hong and Ng Cheuk Yin

Date: 30/6 (Thu)
Time: 8-10pm (2 hours)
Workshop size: 6-10 people
Fee per head: $280
[complete your application before 23/6 to enjoy an early bird special $250]

This workshop will be conducted in both Cantonese and English.
You are welcome to bring your own instruments; Flower Music 10 will only provide Grand Piano, Bass Amp, Guitar Amp and microphones.

To apply:

Payment Methods:

A. Bank-Transfer:

1) Please transfer the payment to Hang Seng Bank account: 385-804893-883
(Account name: Flower Music Co.Ltd)
2) Send us a copy of the bank transfer slip by email to [email protected]

B. By Paypal:


C. By Cheque:

1) Please make a crossed-cheque payable to 'Flower Music Co.Ltd'.
2) Then send the cheque to our office's address to 9/F, Tack Building, 48 Gilman Street, Central, Hong Kong

One of Hong Kong's most well-regarded bassists, Tsang Tak Hong began his career in rock, switching to jazz music in his early twenties. Since then, Hong has established himself as musician's musician and charismatic stage presence, performing in jazz festivals around the world, including Seoul, Krakow, Vietnam, Bangkok, Sri Lanka, Guangzhou, Taichung, and Hong Kong. Hong has most recently performed at the 2014 JZ Jazz Festival Shanghai, the largest jazz festival in China.

Ng Cheuk-yin is a renowned composer, arranger and performer in Hong Kong. His music flows seamlessly through the East and West, past and present while melting down borders between genres, representing the special culture of Hong Kong. Yin is Hong Kong Sinfonietta’s first Artist Associate, the Chinese University of Hong Kong’s first resident composer and the music director of the fusion group SIU2. He is also the founder of the music label Flower Music and the publishing company for Hong Kong Composers – Apple Tree Music. After receiving a post-graduate degree from the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, he went on to study Japanese at the International Christian University in Tokyo and Jazz Music at Codarts in the Netherlands.
To know more about Ng Cheuk Yin, please visit:!instructors-en/c1jxp