演奏曲目 Repertoire: (as at 20 Feb 2018; limited performer vacancies left!)
1/ Beethoven: Romance in G, op. 40
2/ Mozart: Violin Concerto No.3
3/ Bruch: Concerto No.1 in G minor, op. 26, Finale
榮獲2002年香港十大傑出青年的梁建楓，為首位香港音樂家贏取1992年紐約青年演奏藝術家比賽第一名及1991年第19屆威廉．普林士國際中提琴比賽第二名。梁氏於1986年獲得全費獎學金赴美深造，入讀伊士曼及曼哈頓音樂學院，並獲取音樂學士及碩士名銜。 1992年榮獲美國茱利亞音樂學院之全費獎學金入讀該校。 2004年，梁氏被列入由星島出版社出版的《香港特區名人錄》。梁氏在2005年民政事務局局長嘉許計劃中獲得嘉許，以表揚他在推動文化及藝術發展方面的卓越成績。 2015年，獲香港藝術發展局頒發「年度音樂家—音樂」大獎。
Leung Kin Fung received the “Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award” in Hong Kong in 2002. Leung was the first Hong Kong musician to win the first prize at the “1992 Young Artist Competition” in New York. He also won the second prize at “The 19th William Primrose International Viola Competition” in 1991. In 1986, he was awarded a full scholarship to study at the Eastman School of Music in the U.S.A. He obtained both his Bachelor’s and Master’s Degrees of Music from the Manhattan School of Music. Leung continued his studies at the Juilliard School with a full scholarship. He was listed in the “Who’s Who in the HKSAR” published by Sing Tao Publishing Ltd in 2004. He was commended for making outstanding achievements in the promotion of arts and culture, under the Secretary for Home Affairs’ Commendation Scheme 2005. In 2015, Leung was awarded “ Artist of the Year_Music 2014” by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.
Leung enjoys a world-class reputation, as demonstrated by his frequent performances in Italy, Belgium, Russia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, China, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, other Asian cities and many American cities, as well as regular concerto performances with orchestras. Leung has represented Hong Kong in many international music events. Since 1989, Leung has held many important posts, including faculty of strings at the Brooklyn Conservatory of Music in New York from 1989-92, where he had served in 1990 as its Director of Chamber Music. Since 2000, Leung has been the First Associate Concertmaster of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, Artistic Director of Hong Kong Pure String and Macau Virtuosi. He has also served on the faculty of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and The Chinese University of Hong Kong. In 2014 and 2017, Leung was appointed Performing Director of Diocesan Girls’ School and Artistic Director and Conductor of Hong Kong PolyU Orchestra. Starting from 2017, Leung is the programme director of the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Youth Cultural Exchange Festival. Leung has also distinguished himself in the recording world with his solo albums and DVDs. The most special released was the Complete 21 Hungarian Dances by J. Brahms, collaborated with the renowned pianist Nancy Loo, and published by the Hugo Production.