Beyond Good Music @ The Fringe:

Behind the Bricks



Charles Kwong

Some Nights Across the Universe (world première)
for String Quartet, Electric Guitar & Narrator 

Violin: Cheung Man-yui Kitty, Kiann Chow
Viola: Ringo Chan
Cello: Yip Chun-hei Eric
Electric guitar: Mike Yip Chi-chung *
Poet/Narrator: Yuen Che-hung (Uncle Hung) *

Mike Yip Chi-chung

E  (world première)
for Violin, Trombone, Electric Guitar & Double Bass 

Violin: Cheung Man-yui Kitty
Trombone: Christopher Rodgers
Electric guitar: Mike Yip Chi-chung *
Double bass:  Lui Ngao-yuen *

Daniel Lo Ting-cheung

From That Time Forward (world première)
for Trombone, String Quartet & Video 

Trombone: Christopher Rodgers
Violin: Cheung Man-yui Kitty, Kiann Chow
Viola: Ringo Chan
Cello: Yip Chun-hei Eric
Media artist: Yu Wing-yan

Crossing the borders of styles and genres, local emerging creative minds – Charles Kwong, Daniel Lo Ting-cheung and Mike Yip Chi-chung bring forth unusual musical works, incorporating elements including poetry, theatre, video, electronics and improvisations. Join them and members of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta and enjoy an evening of unique creativity at the Fringe!

*Guest performer


Press release (ENG)

Press release (CHI)

Charles Kwong (Composer)
©HK Sinfonietta Ltd

Mike Yip Chi-chung
(Composer/Electric guitar)

Daniel Lo Ting-cheung (Composer)
©Wilson Au Yeung

Past concert photo of
"Beyond Good Music @ The Fringe"
©HK Sinfonietta Ltd

Booking Details
Dates & Times:

21 March 2017 (Tuesday)


22 March 2017 (Wednesday)



The Fringe Club – Fringe Dairy (2 Lower Albert Road, Central)

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$180 / $162 (For Fringe Club Members only, membership card MUST be presented at the door)

Including a drink


Duration: Approximately 1 hour with no intermission
Language: Narration mainly in Cantonese
Age Limit: 6 (Person below this age not admitted)
Programme Enquiries: 2836 3336 /
Remarks: Hong Kong Sinfonietta reserves the right to change the programme and artists


“Orchestra delivers with programme of classics and a new work that brings the house down.”  South China Morning Post