Hong Kong

Gay Singers x Lost Stars Livehouse

Time: October 01, 2018 (Mon.) 20:00
Venue: Lost Stars Livehouse Bar & Eatery ( Square Mile, 11 Li Tak St, Tai Kok Tsui, Hong Kong )
Fee: Any item on menu

Gay Singers x Lost Stars Livehouse

In-house Manners of Lost Stars

The music show will be separated into 3 sessions. In order to create a pleasant environment for music enjoyment, servers will not take orders during the performance. After 1 session of show ends, there will be a 20 minutes intermission. Servers will accept orders again. Clients could go outside freely during the performance. But when clients come back to the house, please follow our staff arrangement patiently. Thank you for your understanding.  For reservation, please contact us via phone call 2337 6728, the latest time for reservation is 19:30.

  1. No time limit for customers after entry
  2. Minimum charge : Any item on menu

Performance Group : Gay Singers 姬聲雅士

The Gay Singers began as a collegiate team, with all eight members being graduates of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Their interest in a cappella singing continued after leaving the university, and soon became a uniting force for the alumni to sing for themselves as well as to perform for others.

Although a cappella singing has yet to become a mainstream performing format in Hong Kong, the Gay Singers have been able to make their voices heard, literally, in the mainstream media. They were featured in the Hong Kong Connection series, an RTHK documentary programme, performed on the charity gala show to raise funds for the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals, and were presented with the Lifestyle Award by Metro Radio. The group even cut the first-ever a cappella version of the Chinese national anthem for NOW TV.

In July 2007, the Gay Singers were invited by the Hong Kong Government to participate in celebration activities on Mainland, in commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the Hong Kong SAR. With the generous financial support of Home Affairs Bureau, the group also appeared in Space International a Cappella Festival presented by the national television station of South Korea, Taiwan International Choral Ensemble Festival, and Singapore International A Cappella Festival. Besides, it has also toured to Malaysia, Macau, and various cities on Mainland.

As the only local a cappella group with a discography to its credit, the Gay Singers have released five CD’s to date.   
In order to promote a cappella, the group also publishes sheet music and organizes workshops. Crossing over with other arts including dance and drama creates further opportunities for promotion. Its accumulated revenue is currently supporting “the Gay Singer’s A Cappella Development Fund” that sponsors selected events in the region and presents foreign teams to perform in Hong Kong.



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