The self-exploration of a local electronic group - In this performance together with Blue Kwok and Daniel Chu, Hirsk (Khris Nung), a graduate of Berklee College of Music, looks into his own identity and shares his muses from the multiple worlds of classical, jazz, rock, electronic and local pop in his young yet well-toured career.
Time: 8th Sept 2019 | 15:00 - 16:15
Venue: Bohemian Lawn
MVM, aka ‘manversusmachines’, is an experimental electronic-jazz trio founded by Hirsk (multi-instrumentalist), Blue Kwok (drummer) and Daniel Chu (keyboardist) in 2019. Inspired by jazz and classical music, MVM explores an avant-garde sound that seeks to break all boundaries in music. The band has previously toured to Berlin and Shanghai.
Led by renowned violinist Andrew Bernardi, artistic director of the critically acclaimed festival, the programme kicks off with a collaboration between maestros and young talents, presenting works by Vivaldi, Brahms, Bartok, Mozart and Piazzolla in the first session, followed by a fantastic showcase featuring emerging classical stars in the second session.
A real life adventure in the fairy world – Inspired by folk, fairy tales and famous poems, this interactive promenade performance features fantastical scenes, music and dance, inspiring all families to step into a real-life adventure in this new realm of magic and myth.
A remake of Shakespeare’s comic classic for families — Adapted from Shakespeare’s comic A Midsummer Night’s Dream,the tailor-made family production — a blend of music, theatre and site-specific installation — is a fabulous and fun reworking of Shakespeare's classic comedy, set in Athens, the inspiration and birthplace of Western drama.
Our heart goes where the sound travels – The well-toured Symbiosis Strings are versatile musicians and world travellers. After gigs in Europe, North and South America, the duo, featuring Orlando Bonzi and Yanice Tsang Bonzi will perform with a new sound based upon jazz, blues, pop and latin, touching beautiful souls with cool vibes and easy-listening tunes.