Sha Tin Town Hall is always dedicated to creating a comfortable and relaxing environment for the public to enjoy arts and culture. Every year, the Fun Day held at Sha Tin Town Hall provides an array of delightful arts performances for the community, free of charge. Fun Day 2019 is even more spectacular, with a combination of fantastic stage performances by professional artists and interactive sessions to encourage everyone to join in! Four young and budding local arts groups will come together again since their last showcase in 2017 at Music Transcends – Proms in the Park of the Hong Kong Week @ Taipei, a preeminent overseas cultural exchange event, to recreate in Hong Kong the highly-acclaimed large-scale outdoor musical feast. They are Veloz Harmonica Quartet, a multi-time international harmonica contest winner, who will deliver fresh and lively tunes; a unique "Hong Kong style" ensemble Lo Tung Lo Percussion Group, who employs drum music to create a dynamic and powerful experience; a professional tap dance group R&T (Rhythm & Tempo), who is known for combining precise tap dance routine with upbeat songs; and Romer String Quartet, a widely recognised string ensemble, who will play a series of mellifluous tunes. The four-group will be joined by young Chinese musicians from Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble and talented street dancers from Studiodanz to warm everybody up by inviting audiences to sing and dance together, ensuring a lovely Sunday afternoon full of fun and laughter. We also arrange interactive sessions at the Foyer, allowing visitors to join with the artists in music and dance. An up close encounter with performing arts for all!
|2-5pm||Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble (Chinese Music)
Studiodanz (Street Dance)
Lo Tung Lo Percussion Group (Drum)
Veloz Harmonica Quartet (Harmonica)
R&T (Rhythm & Tempo) (Tap Dance)
Romer String Quartet (String Music)
|2-5pm||Romer String Quartet The Silence
R&T (Rhythm & Tempo) Let's Tap Together
Veloz Harmonica Quartet Fun with the Harmonica
Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble Cantonese Music Interactive Workshop
Studiodanz Street Dance Interactive Workshop
Roving Artists, City Art Square Guided Tours
Enquiry: 2694 2560
|Romer String Quartet
Kitty Cheung Violin
Kiann Chow Violin
Ringo Chan Viola
Eric Yip Cello
Named after Hong Kong's endemic Romer's Tree Frog, Romer String Quartet is a genuine local ensemble formed by musicians all born and raised in Hong Kong. As one of the most active string quartets in town, the Quartet is also recognised abroad with their touring performances at Carnegie Hall, Toppan Hall in Tokyo, Japan, Eastman School of Music in USA and many more. The Quartet was featured in the 42nd Hong Kong Arts Festival to perform at the ExxonMobil Vision Series production Images of Hong Kong.
|Veloz Harmonica Quartet
Ho Cheuk-yin Leo Chromatic Harmonica
Chong Ting-ho Ivan Chromatic Harmonica
Wong Chi-wing Wesley Chord Harmonica
Wong Chun-yin Jerry Bass Harmonica
Veloz Harmonica Quartet is formed by four young talents who were once members of the world-renowned King's College Harmonica Band. Together, they have swept the boards of a number of international harmonica festivals and won top prizes at the World Harmonica Festival. The Quartet now stages more than 40 performances each year. Their first full-scale concert VELOZ | EXPERIMENTAL was held in August 2015 to explore the infinite possibilities of the instrument.
|R＆T（Rhythm & Tempo）
Kwok Wai-kit, Ken
Artistic Director / Choreographer
An active professional tap dance company based in Hong Kong, R&T has been organising the annual Hong Kong Tap Festival. Through inviting renowned visiting tap dancers to Hong Kong for performances and exchanges, the festival aims to promote the art of tap dance and foster its development in Hong Kong.
|Lo Tung Lo Percussion Group
Chau Chin-tung Artistic Director
Led by Principal Percussion of Hong Kong Sinfonietta Chau Chin-tung, Lo Tung Lo Percussion Group was established with a mission on presenting and researching traditional Chinese percussion, and creating percussion music that captures the unique characteristics of Hong Kong. Recent performances included the RTHK Artist-in-Residence concert and Chinese University of Hong Kong Spring Concert.
|Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble
Ho Man-chuen Artistic Director
Windpipe Chinese Music Ensemble is a professional Chinese music ensemble actively promoting local talents and producing quality chamber concerts with a mission to promote Chinese music culture in Hong Kong and to show the unique charm of Chinese instrumental ensemble music. The Ensemble bears the artistic motto 'Small but Elegant, Simple yet Refined' of characteristic Chinese music. Representing Hong Kong, the Ensemble has been engaging in various cultural exchange performances in over 20 countries nad regions.
Founded in 2003, Studiodanz is now one of Hong Kong's leading dance establishments providing training to professionals and novices alike. In order to strengthen dancers' interaction and improve their standard to international level, Studiodanz started to present The Best Dance Crew Competition and Dance Festival from 2010. World-class dancers from the United States are invited to be referees and guest performers with a view to enhancing the local dance enthusiasts' international horizon.