One of Asia’s top composers, Fung Lam “has a distinctive voice” (The Independent).
Fung Lam holds the distinction of being the youngest Chinese composer (and the first from Hong Kong) to be commissioned by the BBC, when, in 2007, he was invited to write a work for the BBC Concert Orchestra. With a focus primarily on orchestral composition, Lam nonetheless also collaborates in cross-disciplinary creations. He was appointed in 2013 as The Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation Composer-in-Residence with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and currently the Director of Artistic Planning.
Born in Hong Kong and studied music in New York, Teriver Cheung is a jazz guitarist. He studied at the University of North Texas with a scholarship and received Bachelors of Jazz Studies. Cheung released his first solo album My Nocturne in 2012, receiving wide acclaim. In 2009, Cheung relocated to New York and has since played an active role in the jazz scene and collaborated with numerous famous musicians. In 2015, he returned to Hong Kong. In 2016, he performed with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. He is currently a guest lecturer for the Education University of Hong Kong.
Lai received a Master of Architecture from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, recent completed buildings spread across Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Xiamen, Macau and Seoul. Through the media of video-graphic, his works explore the dialogue between city fabric and urban space. Recent works include Vertical Fabric Fantasy at Venice Architecture Biennale 2018, Play to Perform at Oi! In 2017, Kaleidoscopic City commissioned by Hong Kong Institute of Architects in 2016, and Hong Kong Episodes, a multimedia musical collaboration in 2015.