Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during stages of sleep. The content and purpose of dreams are not definitively understood, though they have been a topic of scientific speculation, as well as a subject of philosophical and religious interest.
As the Christmas holiday spirit envelopes us, C. Kenneth Lee returns to UMAG for Members’ Day with a new special holiday musical fest — Once Upon a Dream. Let us gather with family and friends to enjoy an interactive performance with songs we love to listen and sing-along to. The little ones would particularly enjoy Once Upon a Dream, White Christmas and Let it Go (from the movie Frozen). Come join us and dream together for peace and joy in our families and in this world.
Performer C. Kenneth Lee is the Music Director of Jaderin Voice Group, a Theater Acting Lab faculty at International Academy of Film and Television (IAFT), former TVB music director/composer/performer for over 100 TV episodes and TV commercials. Classically trained, he has received awards in both the contemporary and classical domains since 1992. In 2014, he won the F.P. People’s Choice Awards for Best Singer in Footloose: The Musical which ran for a week at The HK Cultural Centre.
A graduate from the California Institute of Art, Lee studied music under many international masters. He has performed internationally and was hailed by The Hong Kong Economic Journal as “a young musical prodigy”. Lee has released 4 solo CDs of his original compositions and has authored his first book, Selected Poems, Articles and Short Stories in 2010.
Lee also studied visual arts at California Institute of the Arts, HK PolyU School of Design, HK Arts School & HK Visual Arts Centre. He has collaborated with renown artists Meredith Monk and MOMA artist–T. Oyer. C. Kenneth Lee draws inspirations from Gerhard Richter, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock and Andy Warhol. Some of his paintings have recently been exhibited at the Saatchi Gallery (UK) and the 2014 Independents Liverpool Biennial (UK).