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Local musician, Olivier Cong was in our studio last week telling us about his performance in the ongoing Freespace festival in and around Taikoo Place. But the festival includes more than music. The new Artistree, is featuring a series of programmes focusing on dance, including collaborations between videographers and Hong Kong dance artists.
Last week was Russian Culture Week in Hong Kong. It was also Zurich Meets Hong Kong week. Both festivals started and ended at the same time. If you didn’t know which events from which designated week to go to, or if you couldn’t make it to any, don’t worry. In the next couple of shows we’re going to be bringing you some of the highlights.
One of the events in Russian Culture Week featured the wildlife photographer Mike Korostelev. He specialises in underwater photography, and has filmed sharks, crocodiles, sea lions, seals, and manatees, among other creatures. But he shoots on dry land too. His two-day exhibition in Hong Kong last week focused on the spectacular nature and wildlife of Russia.
Local guitarist and composer Tjoe Man Cheung and fellow musicians played a jazz concert last Thursday. Tjoe’s been away from Hong Kong for a couple of years, mostly working and living in the United Kingdom. While there he wrote, played, and built up an even wider circle of international music collaborators, with whom he formed the jazz collective “Not-To-Be-Missed”. Their debut album “and orange” was released last month on 12” LP and in digital format. Tjoe and some of his musical collaborators are with us right now.
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