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Lam, Fung 




Described by The Independent as a composer who “has a distinctive voice”, Dr Fung Lam first gained attention more than a decade ago when the BBC Philharmonic gave the première of his Illumination.

Lam holds the distinction of being the youngest Chinese composer and the first Hong Kong composer ever commissioned by the BBC. He has to date written over ten orchestral works, including three commissions for BBC Radio 3 and two commissions for the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil). The world première of Endless Forms at the BBC Proms in 2012 received critical acclaims, taking his music to a global audience.
He was the Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Composer-in-Residence with the HK Phil for the 2013/14 season. Quintessence (2014), written in celebration of the orchestra’s 40th anniversary, has been taken on tours and performed in major cities in Europe (2015) and China (2016).
Other performers of his music have included the London Symphony, BBC Symphony, BBC Concert, Tokyo Philharmonic, New Zealand Symphony Orchestras, as well as the Hong Kong Sinfonietta.

He received the Young Artist Award 2011 from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.




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