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Alumnus Gordon Lee Shines at World Harmonica Competition

Alumnus Gordon Lee Shines at World Harmonica Competition


Congratulations to Gordon Lee Chun-lok, a Creative Arts and Culture graduate at The Education University of Hong Kong majoring in Music (2014) who stood out at the Eighth World Harmonica Festival held in Trossingen, Germany in early November 2017! With his outstanding performance, Gordon topped the list of “Solo chromatic, Adultscategory in which over 60 contestants participated.

Held every four years in Germany, the World Harmonica Festival is the highest level of harmonica competition in the world. Since 1989, the best harmonica players from all over the world gather to compete for different awards, participate in the concerts and forums. For more information on the final results, please visit https://www.whf-2017.de/en/final-results/.

A talented harmonica musician, Gordon was Champion of the Asia Pacific Harmonica Festival in 2012 and first prize winner at the 2014 International Concerto Competition in New York. Earlier this year, he formed a trio with He Liyan (piano), a graduate of the Master of Music programme at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and Nancy Wong (flute), a graduate of the Master of Music (Performance Teaching) programme at the University of Melbourne. The trio had its debut performance on “Music of Friends” on RTHK Radio 4 and received a very positive response. In addition to organising a concert at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre next year to feature Gordon’s award-winning pieces, the trio is planning to release an album.