10 Mar 2018 (Sat) 8:30pm (instant)
2/F, 37 Staunton Street, Central, Hong Kong
$120(Early Bird)/ $160(Walk-in)
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Let's come and enjoy jazz experience with their own composition.

1. You may bank transfer to " Groovy Life" , HKBEA account #151-6800443-4 . And send us the bank-in slip with your name and contact number through mail, [email protected]

2. https://www.putyourself.in/event/jazzy-time-episode9/

3. https://www.art-mate.net/doc/49345

Presented by: Groovy Life
Venue Partnership: Artisan Blossoms 東方纏

Eric Chong
Eric Chong is a guitarist from Hong Kong, He played pipa in the chinese orchestra when he was in secondary school. Then he learn acoustic guitar at the age of 15. Then shifting to electric guitar after he was introduced to jazz by his teacher. In Hong Kong, he played in Fringe Club and Visage one etc and also participated in events like Music Fairground, Peoples Fringe Festival and HK street music etc. He is currently studying in Prins Claus Conservatorium in the Netherlands.

Wong Tak Chung
Wong Tak Chung is currently a local jazz bassist, studied with Tsang Tak Hong 曾德康 who is one of the most famous and versatile bassists in Hong Kong.

In 2007, after Wong was awarded the best bass player in a local youth music competition, he decided to turn his passion for music into a career and finally became a full-‐time musician.

Wong Tak-‐Chung is very experienced in jazz music performing with different musicians and groups. He has been playing with famous musicians such as Ted Lo(羅尚正), Wilson Lam(林之秋), Andrew Gander, Orlando Bonzi, Dulip Charith, Bob Mocarsky, Ng Cheuk Yin(伍卓賢), Stephen Lam(林思聰), Ray Wang(王利名), Joey Ou(歐新明), Eddie Tang(鄧志和), Patrick Tang(鄧健泓), Rebecca Pan(潘迪華),Anthony Wong(黃耀明),C All Star e.t.c. He is now performing at Cali Cali (TST), Peel Fresco, Fringe Club, Manchester United Bar.

Wong was performing in the Tai Wan Jazz Festival 2009, Beishan World Music Festival 2011 and Beishan International Jazz Festival 2011. Wong is now playing with different groups, a song writer, and rearrangement