2023-24 “Vocal Tribe Music Project in Sha Tin” Music Project

Drip Music will bring a unique music experience for choir without scores to people from different age groups in Sha Tin district. The project will build up a choir and an ensemble of the district, strengthening the connection of community through music. Singer-songwriter workshops will provide professional training to people who are interested in music composition and lyrics writing. Led by emerging musicians Bowen Li and Justin Cheung, teaching in score-free form and emphasizing human voice as an instrument. Participating will have an opportunity to participate in community concerts and finale performance, performing original works of local musicians, jazz adaptations, Cantonese pop songs, and more, bringing diverse and fresh music to the area.

Composing new songs inspired by online collection of Sha Tin stories, newly formed choir and ensemble of the project will perform the new works in the community.

Series of music training workshop will be led by professional choir instructors and instrumental musicians. Nurturing participants’ interests in music and provide performance opportunities to them.

Choir Workshops and Audition
Band Workshops and Audition
Singer-songwriter Workshops and Audition

Community concerts will be held in Sha Tin, selected workshop participants will perform in one of the concerts to showcase their achievement in early stage.

Participants of the choir, ensemble and singer-songwriter workshops will share their achievement in the finale performance. Songs include the newly composted, re-arranged music works inspired by the community.

Produce a short documentary and publish online to record the making of the project.

Programmes conducted in Cantonese.

All activities of the scheme are free of charge.

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Programme Enquiries:
Leisure and Cultural Services Department
2591 1340

Programme and Enrolment Enquiries:
Drip Music
9326 4625 (Ms Kwok)

Presenter reserves the right to change the programme, instructors/artists should unavoidable circumstances make it necessary.

The content of programmes does not represent the views of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.