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“Hong Kong Song Book” Series
Gayamyan Romantic HK the 80s Concert
Ticket Price
$200

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Date
20-21.11.2020 8:15pm
Location
Grand Theatre, Hong Kong Cultural Centre
There is no future no past
Your first love won't be your last
First love don't last oh no it won't last
But it's worthwhile remembering when
----〈First Love〉Danny Chan


As Danny Chan's best-known songs, Ripples, Dating with Danny, Sunrise and First Love, break the silence in the dark Grand Theatre, the audience soon gets carried away by the live band's music. Sunshine, raincoat, dragonfly, ripples... The Lyrics carry thoughts and minds away to a Hong Kong of bygone years that was once deeply romantic.

What is romance? Is it the same as love? Is it equated with the Romantic Movement that took hold of Europe and influenced philosophy, literature, music, art and creativity in the 19th century? Danny has his sorrow, his politeness, beauty, talent, melancholy, inspiring the indie band Gayamyan and their unlimited stage. Back to romance, but not confined to the Romantic Movement attributes of individuality, imagination, innocence and fervour, but also back to the Hong Kong romantic classics of the 1980s and 1990s - from the 
Job Hunter On Trial to an Autumn's Tale. Revisit Hong Kong's romantic past through Gayamyan's modern interpretation.

*This programme supports the “2020/21 Arts Experience Scheme for Senior Secondary Students” presented by the Leisure and Cultural Services Department


Creative Team

Producer: Mathias Woo

Music Arrangement and Performance
Gayamyan Band Members: Cedric Chan (Vocal), Chung Chak Ming (Percussion), Rodney Ma (Guitar)

Guest Musician: 
Edgar Hung (Keyboard), Lee Yiu Ki (Bass), Heilam Tsui (Vocal/ Chorus)

Performer: Carson Chung
Script & Research: Carson Chung, Seamus Li


Established in 2000, Gayamyan consists of Cedric Chan (Vocal), Rodney Ma (Guitar), and Chung Chak-ming (Percussion).  Their debut album, Gayamyan, was released in 2002 and rated by readers of Music Colony Bi-weekly as one of the top ten albums of the year.


Production Team

Lighting Designer: Mak Kwok Fai
Video Designers: Rodney Ma, Johnny Sze
Sound Designer: Tsang Siu Hong
Costume Designer: Twinny Cheng

Production & Stage Manger: Chow Chun Yin
Deputy Stage Manager: Zeta Chan
Assistant Stage Manager: Onki Chan
Rehearsal Master: Charmaine Cheng
Monitor-Mixing Engineering: Yeung Tsz Ching
Make-up: Billie Siu
Hair: Lam Sai Choy Ricky
Wardrobe: Bonnie Chan
Stage Crews: Kenneth Chan, Ray Chan, Chim Man Lung, Tse Man Kuen
Backstage Interns: Chan Yuen Yee, Kong Siu Kit, Li Tsz Nang, Wu Yi Wen

Admin & Marketing

International Exchange Director: Wong Yuewai
Company Manager (Administration and Finance): Jacky Chan
Senior Programme Manager: Bowie Chow
Public Relations Manager: Luka Wong
Programme Manager: Ho Yin-Hei
Assistant Programme Manager: Ricky Cheng
Programme and Art Administration Trainees: Megan Hung, Stephy Yeung

Art Direction (Graphic):Chan Fai Hung@MoNiChengShi
Photography: Sunny Wong
Calligraphy: Siu Wong
Graphic Design Assistant: Coco Cheung
Promotional Video: Wyatt Lam, Seamus Li (The host)

Technical Partner

     

Academic Support



Acknowledgement

Peggy Ho, Jing Wong, Ivan Wong, Dannychan.cn
 
Terms and Conditions
Running time approximately 70 minutes with no intermission
No latecomers will be admitted, until a suitable break in the performance

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