Performances


Touring of Hong Kong Episodes in 2017

Details to be announced



Quintessence in Beijing

Quintessence is performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their China Tour 2016.


7:30pm Saturday 29 October 2016

Poly Theatre

Beijing, China


Quintessence in Tianjin

Quintessence is performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their China Tour 2016.


7:30pm Friday 28 October 2016

Tianjin Grand Theatre

Tianjin, China


Quintessence in Shanghai

Quintessence is performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their China Tour 2016.


8:00pm Wednesday 26 October 2016

Shanghai Symphony Hall Concert Hall

Shanghai, China


Premiere of Round for percussion quartet in Hong Kong


8:00pm, Wednesday 29 June 2016

Jockey Club Amphitheatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Hong Kong


UK Premiere of In Search Of in London

In Search Of is to be performed by the South East London Orchestra under the baton of

David Smith.


4:00pm, Sunday 20 March 2016

St Barnabas Church

London, UK


Repeat performance of Fanfare

A new version of Fanfare was performed by members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.


3:45pm, Sunday 14 February 2016

West Kowloon Cultural District

Hong Kong


Memories in Hong Kong

The Contrast Trio gave a repeat performance of Memories for violin, alto saxophone and piano at The Celeste Series.


2:00pm, Saturday 16 January 2016

All Saints’ Cathedral

Hong Kong


Premiere of The Yellow Crane Tower in Hong Kong

Commissioned by the Hong Kong Institute of Education, The Yellow Crane Tower for SATB chorus and piano was premiered at the New Choral Settings of Tang Poems Gala Concert, by singers from the Institute, conducted by Richard Tsang.


The recording of the work has been released on CD by Hugo Productions (LPCD1630-7343).


7:30pm, Sunday 3 January 2016

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Hong Kong


Premiere of Tai Tam Reflections in Hong Kong

Commissioned for and premiered by the SAR Philharmonic.


7:30pm, Sunday 8 November 2015

Grand Hall, Hong Kong University

Hong Kong


Premiere of Fanfare in Hong Kong

A specially-written Fanfare was premiered by members of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra.


2:15pm, Sunday 8 November 2015

West Kowloon Cultural District

Hong Kong


HONG KONG EPISODES - a multi-media jazz-classical fusion concert for jazz quartet and classical ensemble

Presented by the World Cultures Festival 2015 in Hong Kong, these concerts showcase original compositions by Fung Lam and Teriver Cheung (jazz guitarist).  The concert also features a jazz trio led by pianist Jean-Michel Pilc, saxophonist Timothy Sun and the newly-formed ensemble Hong Kong Contemporary Music Group conducted by Fung Lam.


8:00pm, Friday 23 & Saturday 24 October 2015

Studio Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Hong Kong



















































Premiere of Memories in Hong Kong

Presented by the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, the Contrast Trio gave the premiere of Memories for violin, alto saxophone and piano.


12:45pm, Tuesday 12 May 2015

Foyer, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


98753210 in Hong Kong

Presented by the Hong Kong International Cello Association, Cellistra gave the world premiere of the new version for six cellos.


8:00pm, Sunday 12 April 2015

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Quintessence in Berlin

Quintessence was performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their European Tour 2015.


8:00pm Thursday 5 March 2015

Konzerthaus Berlin

Berlin, Germany


Quintessence in Birmingham

Quintessence was performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their European Tour 2015.


7:30pm Tuesday 3 March 2015

Symphony Hall

Birmingham, UK


Quintessence in Eindhoven

Quintessence was performed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their European Tour 2015.


8:15pm Saturday 28 February 2015

Muziekgebouw Eindhoven

Eindhoven, Netherlands


European Premiere of Quintessence in London

Quintessence wasperformed by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

under Jaap van Zweden, as part of their European Tour 2015.


7:30pm Tuesday 24 February 2015

Cardogan Hall

London, UK


Premiere of Entangled in Hong Kong

Entangled, a miniature for solo piano, was premiered by Alan Chu (Hong Kong

New Music Ensemble) at a concert entitled SOUND-IMAGination: Hong Kong Postcards.


8:00pm, Monday 8 December 2014

agnès b. CINEMA, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Hong Kong


Premiere of Dreamscape in Hong Kong

Commissioned by the Collegium Musicum Hong Kong, Dreamscape for string orchestra
and continuo organ was premiered under the baton of Johnny M. Poon.


8:00pm, Monday 24 November 2014

St John’s Cathedral

Hong Kong


Premiere of Quintessence in Hong Kong

Commissioned by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Quintessence was

premiered under the baton of their Music Director Jaap van Zweden.


8:00pm Friday 13 & 7:00pm Saturday 14 June 2014

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Hong Kong


Three Movements for Cello Ensemble in Hong Kong

Presented by the Hong Kong International Cello Association, Cellistra performed Three Movements for Cello Ensemble.


8:00pm, Tuesday 22 April 2014

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Asian Premiere of In Search Of in Hong Kong

In Search Of was performed by the Baptist University Symphony Orchestra under the baton of

Johnny M. Poon.


8:00pm, Tuesday 1 April 2014

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Hong Kong


Premiere of 98753210 at Art14 London art fair

In collaboration with the Jealous Gallery, London, 98753210 for string trio was performed at regular intervals throughout the Art14 London art fair. This coincided with the release of a limited edition

3-colour screenprint by Fung Lam, entitled Lamento, released by the Jealous Gallery.


Print information here: Lamento by Fung Lam (Jealous Editions)


Thursday 27 February - 2 March 2014

Olympia Grand Hall

London, UK


Premiere of In Search Of in New York

Commissioned by the Collegium Musicum Hong Kong, In Search Of, was premiered under the baton of Johnny M. Poon.


7:30pm, Thursday 6 February 2014

Zankel Hall, Carnegie Hall

New York, USA


Premiere of A Tranquil Moment in Hong Kong

A Tranquil Moment, a miniature for viola, double bass and piano, was premiered by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, at a concert entitled SOUND-IMAGination: Hong Kong One Moment.


7:30pm, Wednesday 2 October 2013

agnès b. CINEMA, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Hong Kong


Premiere of Imaginary Friends in Hong Kong

Commissioned by the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, the new work for solo alto saxophone and ensemble was premiered with the saxophonist Timothy Sun at a concert entitled “Ligeti Remembered”.


8:00pm, Sunday 22 September 2013

Jockey Club Amphitheatre, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Hong Kong


Three Movements for String Quartet in Singapore

Three Movements for String Quartet (first three movements of Four Movements for String Quartet) was performed at the Asian Music Festival 2013.


2:00pm, Saturday 21 September 2013

Orchestra Hall, Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music

Singapore


Premiere of An Enlightening Moment in London

An Enlightening Moment, a miniature variation on Raymond Yiu’s podskok, for solo piano was premiered by Julia Samojlo.


7:30pm, Saturday 6 July 2013

Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s

London, UK


Premiere of Square in Hong Kong

Square for two pianos and percussion (two percussionists) was premiered by Louis Siu and Friends in a program that also included Bartok’s Sonata for Two Pianos and Percussion.


8:00pm, Thursday 4 April 2013

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Premiere of Air in London

Commissioned by the London Symphony Orchestra, Air for flute quartet was premiered by LSO Principal Flute Gareth Davies and the Tempest Flute Trio, as part of LSO St Luke’s Tenth Birthday Festival.


12:30pm, Monday 25 March 2013

Jerwood Hall, LSO St Luke’s

London, UK


Illumination in Shenzhen, China

Illumination was performed by the Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra with conductor Johnny M. Poon.


Wednesday 12 December 2012

Shenzhen Concert Hall

Shenzhen, China


Premiere of Debussy arrangements in Hong Kong

Commissioned by Hong Kong Virtuosi, Fung Lam’s new arrangement of five songs by Claude Debussy for soprano and mixed ensemble was performed by the commissioner with soprano Louise Kwong and conductor Yang Yang.  The five songs were: Harmonie du soir (from Cinq poèmes de Charles Baudelaire), Dans le jardin, Beau soir, Spleen and Jane.


8:00pm, Saturday 17 November 2012

Auditorium, Tsuen Wan Town Hall

Hong Kong


US Premiere of Illumination in New York

Illumination was performed by the Manhattan School of Music Symphony, with conductor Johnny M. Poon, at the Manhattan-Hong Kong Festival: Gala Orchestra Concert.


7:30pm, Friday 2 November 2012

Borden Auditorium, Manhattan School of Music

New York, USA


Remembering Dowland in New York

Remembering Dowland (version for clarinet, violin, cello and vibraphone) was performed by Manhattan School of Music’s Tactus, as part of the Manhattan-Hong Kong Festival.


7:30pm, Wednesday 31 October 2012

Greenfield Hall, Manhattan School of Music

New York, USA


Premiere of Endless Forms at BBC Proms

Commissioned by the BBC Radio 3, Endless Forms was premiered at the

BBC Proms by the BBC Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Sakari Oramo.


7:00pm, Wednesday 18 July 2012

Royal Albert Hall

London, UK


Premiere of A Reflective Moment in Hong Kong

A Reflective Moment, a miniature for clarinet and piano, was premiered by The Composers Guild Ensemble at a concert entitled SOUND-IMAGination: Hong Kong Snapshots.


7:30pm, Wednesday 16 May 2012

agnès b. CINEMA, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Hong Kong


RE-RUN: 8pm, Wednesday 25 July 2012

Southsite, Aberdeen

Hong Kong


Premiere of Float in Hong Kong

Commissioned by the Anonymous Quartet, Float for piano quartet was premiered in a program that also included piano quartets by Faure, Mahler and Schnittke.


8:00pm, Monday 31 October 2011

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Premiere of In Memoriam King Kowloon

In Memoriam King Kowloon for soprano saxophone and string trio was premiered

at the exhibition “Memories of King Kowloon”, conducted by Fung Lam.


5:00pm Saturday 21, 1:15pm Wednesday 25 & 7pm Friday 27 May 2011

ArtisTree, Taikoo Place

Hong Kong


Asian Premiere of Unlocking in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra presented the Asian premiere of Unlocking,

under the baton of Perry So. It was broadcast on TVB Pearl and RTHK radio.


8:00pm, Friday 20 & Saturday 21 May 2011

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Cultural Centre

Hong Kong


Asian Premiere of Yong by Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra

Fung Lam conducted the Tokyo Philharmonic Orchestra in the Asian premiere of his Yong as part of the Asian Composers League festival.


Sunday 3 October 2010

Bunkyo Civic Hall

Tokyo, Japan


Premiere of Rong by Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra

Commissioned by the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Rong was premiered

at the Oriental Arts Centre, as part of Hong Kong’s cultural contribution to the

World Expo in Shanghai, under their Music Director Edo de Waart. Program also

included Gabrieli’s Two Canzonas and Beethoven’s Symphony No.9.


7:30pm, Saturday 4 September 2010

Oriental Arts Centre

Shanghai, China


Premiere of Popper’s Requiem arrangement

Commissioned by the La Jolla Music Society’s SummerFest, Fung Lam’s new

arrangement of David Popper's Requiem for three solo cellists and string

orchestra was performed by the SummerFest Chamber Orchestra at the

festival’s Opening Night: String Spectacular concert.


7:30pm, Friday 6 August 2010

MCASD Sherwood Auditorium

California, USA


Two works for recorder ensemble in Hong Kong

The recorder ensemble L’Art du Bois performed A Lyrical Moment and A Blissful Moment (both arranged from Three Movements for Cello Ensemble).


7:00pm, Sunday 27 June 2010

Osage Soho, Central

Hong Kong


Premiere of Three Movements for Cello Ensemble

The Hong Kong International Cello Association commissioned and premiered Three Movements for Cello Ensemble at their annual concert.


8:00pm, Sunday 23 May 2010

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Premiere of Four Movements for String Quartet in Taiwan

Borealis String Quartet gave the first performance of the work at the inaugural concert organised by the Asian Young Musicians’ Connection.


Saturday 15 May 2010

Soochow University

Taipei, Taiwan


US Premiere of Remembering Dowland and A Pensive Moment

A Pensive Moment and Remembering Dowland re-arranged for clarinet, violin, cello and vibraphone, were performed by the Transit Ensemble, as part of the Asia Art Week.


7:00pm, Thursday 6 May 2010

Nabi Gallery

New York, USA


Premiere of Yong by London Symphony Orchestra in London

The 3-minute orchestral work Yong, designed as a concert opener, was premiered

by the London Symphony Orchestra as part of the LSO Discovery Panufnik Young

Composers Scheme, with conductor François Xavier Roth.


Monday 5 October 2009

LSO St Luke’s

London, UK


Premiere of A Pensive Moment in Israel

A Pensive Moment for clarinet, cello and piano was premiered by the Ensemble Meitar, at a concert  organised by the Israel Composers’ League.


8:30pm, Saturday 17 May 2009

Hateiva

Tel Aviv, Isreal


BE broadcast on BBC Radio 3

BE was broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s Performance on 3 programme.


7:00-9:15pm, Thursday 7 May 2009

BBC Radio 3


Bollywood arrangement for BBC Concert Orchestra

Fung Lam’s arrangement of the Bollywood song Pyar Hua Chupke Se from the movie

1942: A Love Story was performed by the Bollywood megastar playback singer Kavita

Krishnamurti, Indian musicians Kuljit Bhamra (tabla), Jonathan Mayer (sitar) and

Kartik Raghunathan, and the BBC Concert Orchestra with conductor Robert Ziegler at

their Raga Mela concert. It was broadcast on 19 May 2009 at 7pm on BBC Radio 3.


7:30pm, Wednesday 6 May 2009

Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre

London, UK


Sigur Rós arrangement with BBC Concert Orchestra

Fung Lam’s arrangement of Sigur Rós's Glosoli for orchestra was performed by the

BBC Concert Orchestra with conductor Robert Ziegler.


Tuesday 24 & Thursday 26 March 2009

Watford Colosseum / Grantham Meres Leisure Centre

UK


Premiere of Something There in Brighton

Something There (text by Samuel Beckett) for solo female voice was premiered by Frances M Lynch at the Beckett and Music Symposium organised by the Centre for Research in Opera and Music Theatre and the Department of English and Drama, University of Sussex.


6:30pm, Friday 27 February 2009

University of Sussex

Brighton, UK


Premiere of BE by BBC Concert Orchestra in London

Fung Lam, together with 11 other leading composers such as Pet Shop Boys,

Will Gregory, Anne Dudley, Gwilym Simcock, Andy Sheppard, Paul Patterson

and Tansy Davies, was commissioned to contribute a one-minute movement

for the BBC Concert Orchestra to form a larger work for their “Music & Chance”

concert with conductor Charles Hazlewood.


7:30pm, Tuesday 17 February 2009

Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank Centre

London, UK


Discovering Music with Fung Lam on BBC Radio 3

The Discovering Music programme that features the premiere of Unlocking by the

BBC Concert Orchestra was broadcast on BBC Radio 3. It explores Unlocking in

detail with Charles Hazlewood as the presenter. Through conversation and diary

entries which were recorded during the compositional process, the programme

traces how this work was written from its conception through to the final version

of the piece. Taking inspiration from the exhibition of padlocks at the Victoria and

Albert Museum, Unlocking explores themes of codes, secrets and locks. The episode

also included a new work inspired by Unlocking created by students at an education

project with BBCCO and Fraser Trainer.


5:00-6:30pm, Sunday 11 January 2009

BBC Radio 3


Inner Light in Portugal

Inner Light - Homage to Mark Rothko was performed by the Aveiro University Wind Orchestra, with conductor Luís Carvalho.


4:00pm, Thursday 8 January 2009

DeCA Auditorium

Aveiro, Portugal


Premiere of Short Scenes in London

Short Scenes for mixed Chinese-Western ensemble was premiered by the commissioner The Chamber Company and Silk String Quartet.


7:45pm, Tuesday 9 December 2008

St Marylebone Parish Church

London, UK


A Maze of Memories in Hong Kong

A Maze of Memories (version for er-hu and chamber ensemble) received its second performance by the Ensemble TIMF with Wong Lok-ting (er-hu) at the Musicarama 2008 festival. The work was commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild with sponsorship from CASH Music Fund.


8:00pm, Friday 24 October 2008

Theatre, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Premiere of A Maze of Memories in South Korea

A Maze of Memories (version for haegum and chamber ensemble) was premiered by the Ensemble TIMF with Sun-kyoung Moon (haegum). The work was commissioned by the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild with sponsorship from CASH Music Fund.


8:00pm, Friday 26 September 2008

Hoam Arts Hall

Seoul, South Korea


Amitabha in Hong Kong

Hong Kong New Music Ensemble with Leung Yan-chiu and Dickson Dee performed a new version of Amitabha (re-scored for Chinese sheng, Cor Anglais, violin, viola, tape and ad lib ambient noise) in Hong Kong.


7:30pm, Friday 1 August 2008

Osage Gallery, Kwun Tong

Hong Kong


Premiere of Unlocking by BBC Concert Orchestra

As part of BBC Radio 3’s Discovering Music programme, Fung was

commissioned to write a new work inspired by artefacts at the Victoria and

Albert Museum. This 23-minutes work, entitled Unlocking, was premiered and

recorded by the BBC Concert Orchestra with conductor Charles Hazlewood for

broadcast in 2009. Fung Lam has written an online Composition Diary for the

BBC Radio 3 website.


7:30pm, Tuesday 6 May 2008

Watford Colosseum

London, UK


Amitabha in London

Amitabha was performed by the Carducci Quartet, Emma Williams and Rebekah Allan at the Second Glance Festival.


7:30pm, Thursday 28 June 2007

Bolivar Hall of the Venezuelan Embassy

London, UK


Premiere of Light Fantastic

Light Fantastic was premiered by the University of Sussex 21st Century Music Ensemble with Ben Oliver conducting, at the inaugural Soundwaves Festival.


1:00pm, Friday 22 June 2007

The Old Market

Brighton, UK


Illumination in Hong Kong

Illumination was performed by the Hong Kong Sinfonietta with conductor Yip Wing-sie,

as part of the Le French May Festival. The concert was later broadcast on RTHK Radio 4.


8:00pm, Friday 25 May 2007

Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Amitabha in Lewes

Members of The Musicians of All Saints and Southern Winds performed Amitabha as part of their 2006/2007 season.


7:45pm, Saturday 3 March 2007

All Saint’s Centre

Lewes, UK


Illumination in New Zealand



Illumination was performed at the closing concert of Asia Pacific Festival 2007 in Wellington, by the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra with conductor Li Xin-cao. The concert was later broadcast on Radio New Zealand.


6:30pm, Friday 16 February 2007

Michael Fowler Centre

Wellington, New Zealand


Fung Lam and TANAOU in Northampton

As part of the BBC Electric Proms Next Stage tour, The All New Adventures of Us

(TANAOU) repeated their performance with Fung Lam’s arrangements from the

London show with an expanded ensemble and additional singers.

8:00pm, Thursday 23 November 2006

Roadmender

Northampton, UK


Popper’s Requiem arrangement for cello orchestra in USA

The Arizona State University Cello Studio performed Fung Lam’s arrangement of David Popper's Requiem for three solo cellists and 8-parts cello orchestra.


3:00pm, Saturday 18 November 2006

Dobson High School

Arizona, USA


Fung Lam and TANAOU at BBC Electric Proms 2006

Fung Lam was the musical director for the gig given by the indie band The All New

Adventures of Us (TANAOU) at the inaugural BBC Electric Proms. The band was

joined by members of the BBC Concert Orchestra and Fung Lam on cello, and

performed their songs with Fung Lam’s new arrangements.


10:00pm, Sunday 29 October 2006

Barfly Camden

London, UK 


Premiere of Popper’s Requiem arrangement for cello orchestra

Fung Lam’s arrangement of David Popper's Requiem for three solo cellists and 8-parts cello orchestra was performed at the Anthony Camden Memorial Concert, with Ray Wang conducting.


7:30pm, Friday 20 October 2006

Concert Hall, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts

Hong Kong


Sigur Rós arrangement with BBC Concert Orchestra

Fung Lam expanded his arrangement of Sigur Rós's Glosoli for chorus and orchestra.

It was performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, with conductor Robert Ziegler, at

their MusicLab education project.


2:30pm, Wednesday 18 October 2006

Watford Colosseum

London, UK


Flux for PLAY.orchestra installation at South Bank Centre



Fung Lam was commissioned to compose for the virtual orchestra at Philharmonia Orchestra's PLAY.orchestra installation. The resultant work Flux was "performed" at the installation, looped, for a week, and again during the last week of the project.


Daily 8:00am-11:00pm, Saturday 26 August - Friday 1 September 2006

River Terrace

South Bank Centre

London, UK


Premiere of Caged for solo cello in London

Caged for solo cello (with two bows) and electronics was premiered by the cellist Frances-Marie Uitti.


8:00pm, Tuesday 4 April 2006

Wapping Hydraulic Power Station

London, UK


Premiere of Illumination by the BBC Philharmonic

Illumination was premiered by the BBC Philharmonic, with

composer/conductor James MacMillan. It was broadcast on BBC Radio 3.


6:30pm, Thursday 24 November 2005

Studio 7, New Broadcasting House

Manchester, UK


Sigur Rós arrangement with the BBC Concert Orchestra

Fung Lam's arrangement of Sigur Ros's Glosoli for orchestra was performed by

the BBC Concert Orchestra with conductor John Wilson.


1:30pm, Wednesday 7 December 2005

Royal College of Music

London, UK


Music for RTHK television documentary series Weather III



Commissioned by Radio Television Hong Kong, Fung Lam composed and produced the theme music for the television documentary series Weather III.


7:00-7:30pm, Every Tuesday 22 March-10 May 2005

TVB Jade Channel

Hong Kong


Premiere of Three Pieces for Carillon

Three Pieces for Carillon for 23-bells carillon was premiered by its commissioner John R. Knox.


1:00pm, 12 March 2005

The Atkinson Carillon

24 Old Bond Street, Mayfair

London, UK


Amitabha in Israel

Amitabha was performed at the Asian Composers' League Asian Music Festival.


4:00pm, Tuesday 19 October 2004

Y.M.C.A.

Jerusalem, Israel


Premiere of Remembering Dowland at Cheltenham Music Festival

Remembering Dowland for viol consort was premiered by the Maresienne Consort at the Cheltenham Music Festival.


3:00pm, Saturday 17 July 2004

Pittville Pump Room

Cheltenham, UK


Premiere of Amitabha in Australia

Amitabha was premiered by the Australian music group Halcyon.


8:00pm, Thursday 10 June 2004

Trackdown Scoring Stage

Fox Studios, Moore Park

Sydney, Australia


Premiere of Monologue III

Monologue III for solo violin with electronics was premiered by Tom Nelson.


9:00pm, Tuesday 8 June 2004

Turner Sims Concert Hall

Southampton, UK


Premiere of Once a Foreigner, Always a Foreigner

Once a Foreigner, Always a Foreigner, a 90-seconds concert opener, was premiered by the Southampton University Symphonic Wind Orchestra.


7:30pm, Saturday 15 May 2004

Turner Sims Concert Hall

Southampton, UK


Inner Light in Manchester

Royal Northern College of Music Symphonic Wind Band performed Inner Light - Homage to Mark Rothko as part of the BASBWE/RNCM International Wind Festival, with conductor James Gourlay.


Friday 26 March 2004

Royal Northern College of Music

Manchester, UK


Incidental Music for Festival for the Fish

Fung Lam provided music for the play Festival for the Fish by Japanese writer Yu Miri. In addition to newly written music, excerpts from recording of his Amitabha were used. It was a production by Yellow Earth Theatre, directed by Kwong Loke.


Tuesday 23 - Saturday 27 March 2004

7:30pm + Saturday matinee at 2:30pm

New Wimbledon Theatre

London, UK


Inner Light in Southampton

Southampton University Symphonic Wind Orchestra, who commissioned and premiered Inner Light - Homage to Mark Rothko in 2002, performed the work again, with conductor David Smith.


7:30pm, Saturday 22 November 2003

St Andrews United Reformed Church

Southampton, UK


Fung Lam conducted Inner Light in Hong Kong

Fung Lam was the guest conductor at Hong Kong Festival Wind Orchestra's annual concert, where he conducted the Hong Kong premiere of his Inner Light - Homage to Mark Rothko.


8:00pm, Saturday 11 October 2003

Concert Hall, Hong Kong City Hall

Hong Kong


Asian Premiere of Inner Light in Japan

Inner Light - Homage to Mark Rothko was selected by Japan Federation of Composers to perform at the opening concert of Asian Composers' League Asian Music Festival 2003 in Tokyo. It was performed by the Tokyo Kosei Wind Orchestra with conductor Douglas Bostock.


6:30pm, Wednesday 17 September 2003

Bunkyo Civic Main Hall

Tokyo, Japan


Premiere of Stratiform Reflections in Hong Kong

Stratiform Reflections, written to commemorate the 120th anniversary of Hong Kong Observatory, was premiered by students from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.


Sunday 2 March 2003

Hong Kong Observatory

Hong Kong

 

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