Born in Hong Kong, Alfred Wong’s music has been widely performed. His compositions have appeared in many international music events, such as International Society for Contemporary Music Festival held in Sweden, Waterlooville Music Festival in the UK, Colorado Music Festival in the U.S., Beijing Modern Music Festival, China ASEAN Music Festival, Macau International Music Festival and Singapore International Band Festival. His accolades include the ‘2014 CASH Golden Sail Music Awards’ – Best Serious Composition; a Bronze award in the ‘Xinyi Cup’ assessment of works for Chinese orchestras by young composers, jointly presented by the Art Department of the Ministry of Culture of China and the China Nationalities Orchestra Society. Some of his works have been recorded by PARMA (U.S.) Recordings, Hugo Productions (HK) Limited and Modern Audio Limited, etc. With an oeuvre of over a hundred of Chinese instrumental works as well as other different genres of compositions, his notable works include The Eight Immortals’ Adventures series for musical theatre, commissioned by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, 1894 Hong Kong Plague – a Musical, produced by Hong Kong Repertory Theatre as well as Dream of the Red Chamber Capriccio, collaborated with cellist Trey Lee together with Detroit Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Leonard Slatkin. Besides, Wong was also invited to conduct orchestras, wind bands and ensembles in Australia, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Guangzhou, and Malaysia. Received his bachelor and master degrees from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, studied composition with Prof. Chan Wing-wah, he is currently a guest lecturer at The Education University of Hong Kong, as well as teaching courses at the School of Professional and Continuing Education of the University of Hong Kong, etc. Alfred Wong’s music is currently managed by OPUS forte.