"Make & Believe": Music Performance

Date & Time

2024.01.13 Sat
13:45 - 14:15

2024.01.13 Sat
14:45 - 15:15

2024.01.20 Sat
14:45 - 15:15

2024.01.20 Sat
16:45 - 17:15


F Hall Studio, Tai Kwun (10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong)

25 for each session



Pre-registration Required


Music / Soundscape

Lam Lai

Lam Lai graduated from the Department of Composition and Electronic Music at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and further studied at the Royal Conservatory of The Hague. Lam has been expanding the meaning and properties of performance by employing various elements of theatre while working on the concept of music, exploring a space where different concepts of listening experience can coexist and advance towards a balance with other art forms. Her activity as a composer is not limited to instrumental music but it is also extends to her multidisciplinary works, which predominantly feature electronic sounds and performative elements. She also collaborates with theatre directors, choreographers, actors and visual artists, exploring performance spaces that range from indoor and outdoor to virtual. Her works have been presented in Hong Kong, the Netherlands, Germany, Finland and Iceland.


Nazar Tabachyshyn

Nazar Tabachyshyn is a multi-talented performer, conductor and event organiser born in Zbarazh, Ukraine. With a Master of Music degree, he has also taught and conducted folk instrument orchestras at the Tchaikovsky National Musical Academy of Ukraine and the Ternopil Music College in Ukraine. He has received numerous prizes, including the First Prize at the Ukrainian Musical Contest (2008) and the First Prize at the International Music Contest in Erbezzo, Italy (2010). Since 2014, he has been based in Hong Kong and is currently a founding member of Cafe 852, a tango band performing Tango, Balkan Folk and Gypsy Jazz music in Hong Kong. Some of his recent collaborations include Maria de Buenos Aires (2022), Tango in Paris (2023), and Family Concert: Marco Polo's Musical Encounter of East and West (2023).


Tiffany Au Kai-see

Tiffany Au graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London, UK) with a Master of Music in Performance, achieving distinction under full scholarships from Hong Kong Jockey Club Music & Dance Fund.

As a freelance player, she has performed with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, City Chamber Orchestra, and Macao Orchestra. She has also appeared as a guest soloist with the Dunshan Symphonic Wind Orchestra (Beijing, China) recording J. C. Vogel’s Bassoon Concerto for a Swiss label.  Tiffany was appointed as the Guest Principal Bassoon of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta last season.

French Horn

Wilson Chau Siu-hin

Wilson Chau is a musician and French horn player based in Hong Kong. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the Hong Kong Baptist University and has since been actively involved in various orchestras and opera companies. He continuously explores the potential of French Horn and other Brass instruments in sound art, collaborating with different artists and embracing diverse perspectives. His recent collaboration includes works with Project 21st, Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, Opera Hong Kong, Hong Kong Mahler Orchestra, and more.

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  • Hong Kong Arts Development Council supports freedom of artistic expression. The views and opinions expressed in this programme do not represent the stand of the Council.

    1. No seating. One ticket per person. The event is suitable for people aged 12 or above.
    2. Limited quota available on a first-come, first-served basis.
    3. An amount of HK$50 shall be paid as deposit. The full deposit shall be automatically refunded to the attendee's account within one month upon completion of the programme.
    4. Please arrive at least 5 minutes prior to the start time and present the confirmation e-mail for registration. No latecomers will be admitted
    5. HKADC reserves the right to release any unclaimed quota to walk-in participants 5 minutes before the event starts.
    6. The performance takes place in low-light environments and may involve intense lighting, strobe effects, and loud noises that may trigger photosensitive epilepsy and cause discomfort and may not be suitable for participants who are pregnant.
    7. Please keep noise to a minimum and mute all sound-emitting devices, including mobile phones, during the performance.
    8. Photography and filming for non-commercial purposes are welcomed, but please do not use flashlights, selfie sticks or tripods to avoid disturbing other participants.
    9. Eating and drinking are not allowed in the venue.
    10. There is no parking and storage services. Please avoid bringing bulky belongings.
    11. In accordance with Section 18, 22 and Principle 6 of Schedule 1 to the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance, you have the right to request access to and request correction of personal data. Request for personal data access and correction should be addressed to Hong Kong Arts Development Council by email:
    12. Participants may be captured in photos or video-recordings during the programme. The materials may be saved and uploaded to the organiser(s)', partners(s) and the artist(s)' websites, social media platforms, publications and/or publicity materials. All photos and videos will be used for promotion purpose only.
    13. For participants' safety, if any emergency situations happen during the programme (e.g. adverse weathers, accidents or disturbances), the programme may be suspended or cancelled immediately depending on the actual conditions. If there is any emergencies or if you feel unwell, please seek assistance from our on-site staff immediately.
    14. Please understand that your participation is done at your own risk. To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, you shall assume all risk or injury to yourself, and agree to release and discharge the organiser(s) from any and all claims or causes of action, known or unknown, arising out of or in connection with your participation, whether arising out of the organiser(s)’ negligence or otherwise.
    15. HKADC reserves the right to decide and alter the operation of the activities at its own discretion. Should there be any changes or cancellations, please follow our latest updates on website and social media platforms.
    1. A confirmation email will be sent to you upon successful application with payment instructions. Please check the junk mailbox if necessary.
    2. Upon confirmation of payment, applicants are not eligible for refund of deposit if they were absent or wish to withdraw from the event.
    3. The information provided will be used by the organisers and producer(s) for contact and programme promotion.
  • Typhoon Signal No.8 or above and Black Rainstorm Warning Signal

    • If the signal is in force 3 hours before the start of the event, the event will be cancelled.
    • If the signal is hoisted during the activities, all on-date programmes will be cancelled. Participants will be advised to leave the site under safe circumstances.
    • If the programme is cancelled due to inclement weather conditions, no substitute time slots will be provided.
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