Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Hong Kong Superstar Anthony Lun performs on Fazioli for Chi Heng Foundation

VANCOUVER, BC - On Thursday the 18th of October Hong Kong Superstar Anthony Lun came to Vancouver to support the Chi Heng Foundation’s annual fundraiser by playing on a beautiful white Fazioli F183 that was handmade in Italy.

ANTHONY LUN: In the world of rising stars, few have achieved originality and a defined technique as Anthony Lun. After graduating from the University of Michigan as a classical pianist, Anthony started his singing career in the United States, performing at various exclusive places and at the same time, working as a producer in many recording studios.

From 1986 to 1989, Anthony Lun's main target is song arrangement, producer and musical director. He mixed the western music essential with Cantonese pop music. He composed over 300 songs with 42 No.1 hits from 1986 to 1997 and he also released about 20 albums.

Besides the awards mentioned, Anthony Lun was the Best Male Vocalist of the year of Commercial Radio in 1991. During 1992, the song "I Said I Want You To Be Happy" was the Most Performed Song of the year of Television & Radio Hong Kong. " I Said I Want You To Be Happy" and "Why Did I Let You Go?" were the Best Songs of The Year of various multi media. Besides that, Anthony Lun also won the Most Outstanding Youth of Hong Kong Award in 1993, Cartier Achievement Award in 1995 and Composer Achievement of Commercial Radio HK in 1998.

CHI HENG FOUNDATION: Founded in 1998, the Chi Heng Foundation is a charity registered and based in Hong Kong with offices in Henan, Anhui, Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou.  It is a non-government organization whose programs are funded by private donors, business, and partner NGOs.

CHF primarily focuses on paying for the children’s education and living expenses, making sure all funds are delivered directly to schools and programs by our staff. CHF does not operate orphanages or foster homes. Instead, local relatives often take in the children, allowing them to continue to grow up in their native villages. To further decrease their sense of social stigma and isolation, CHF places the children in schools that purposefully integrate the orphans with children not affected by HIV/AIDS. These efforts aim to give orphans a stronger sense of community and belonging.

FAZIOLI:  Founded in 1979 by pianist and engineer Paolo Fazioli, the ultra-fine pianos are now considered to be the pinnacle of what is being produced in the world of pianos today.  Showcase Pianos is the exclusive dealer for Fazioli pianos in the Canadian province of British Columbia.   http://showcasepianos.com

Photos by Roger Ting

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