Come sing along with Fong and Yao Zong, as they perform familiar English and Mandarin hits from the ’60s such as Stand by me, Hey Jude, 不了情 (Everlasting Love) and 夜上海 (Night Time in Shanghai), among many others.
About the artists
Shuk Fong, better known as Fong, made her musical debut at the age of seven performing on stage with her mother, a national champion vocalist. With more than 20 accolades under her name, she engages her audience not only with her soulful, rich and mellifluous voice but with her big personality and heartfelt emotions.
Classical music was the foundation for Yao Zong in his formative years. He learnt to play the piano at the age of nine before entering the Music Elective Programme (MEP) in secondary school and junior college. His zest for the music led him into pop and contemporary keyboarding. Yao Zong performs freelance at events, both as a solo pianist and as an accompanist. He has won accolades at competitions including NEA Eco Music Challenge 3rd Prize.
Q&A session with Fong & Yao Zong
What can the audience expect from your performance?
We are performing a repertoire of classics from the 1960s in an evening of music nostalgia. May it bring back wonderful moments for our audience.
What was your favourite song growing up?
夜上海 (Night Time in Shanghai)
What are your favourite songs from the ’50s?
That's What Friends Are For by Dionne Warwick