Fung Lam is one of the foremost Asian composers of his generation. His works have been performed by the internationally renowned orchestras, including the BBC Symphony, London Symphony, Tokyo Philharmonic and Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestras among others. He is also the youngest Chinese composer and the first Hong Kong composer ever commissioned by the BBC
Awarded Doctor of Philosophy degree in composition from the University of Sussex in 2012. Lam is currently the Director of Artistic Planning of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra
Has to date written over ten orchestral works, including Endless Forms which was premiered at the BBC Proms in 2012. Received Award for Young Artist (Music), Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (2012). Lam was the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Composer-in-Residence of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra for the 2013/14 season. His musical output ranges widely from original concert to multi-discipline collaborations
Hong Kong Episodes –
A multi-media crossover concer
Innovative jazz and classical sounds spark sensuous sonic cityscape and explore the unique charms of Hong Kong on a cinematic musical journey filled with intrigue. Original music written collaboratively by composer Fung Lam and jazz guitarist Teriver Cheung melds with evocative imagery by architect Anthony Lai to draw up four different chapters in eight episodes of this singular metropolis in the course of a virtual day: its cosmopolitan cityscape, fast-paced lifestyle, avenues for spiritual retreat, and colourful heritage and culture. Since its Hong Kong debut in 2015 at the World Cultures Festival, this refreshing jazz-classical crossover production has received many overseas touring invitations and has so far been showcased in London, Taipei and six cities in Mainland China.