VSing is a 6-member professional a cappella group based in Hong Kong. Known for their imaginative and intricate musical arrangements, as well as their versatility across musical genres, VSing is emerging as a fresh and exciting new voice in the growing Hong Kong a cappella scene, and the general Hong Kong music scene at large.
Despite having been active for only just a little over 2 years, VSing has already gained media attention from multiple fronts, and boasts a strong social media presence with regular video releases. In July 2018, VSing was named 1563 at the East’s Artist of the Month, and in October, won the Gold Medal Prize at the Taiwan International Contemporary A Cappella Festival.
VSing regularly takes part in a variety of performances, and has worked with a number of well-known artists and musicians. In 2018, VSing was invited by Guangzhou Broadcasting Network to perform at their Chinese New Year’s Eve TV Show. The same year, the group was also handpicked by acclaimed producer Edward Chan to arrange for and perform with singer Jason Chan at his 2018 Not Alone Live Concert, to a rousing reception. Other artists VSing has worked with include Janice Vidal, Hins Cheung, Rubberband, as well as jazz musician Patrick Lui. In Jan 2020, VSing headlined their sold-out concert “Take a Bow: A cappella” at the Kwai Tsing Theatre Auditorium, as part of the “Music Delight” Series, presented by the Cultural Presentations Section of the Leisure and Cultural Services Department.
VSing has also performed in cities all around the world, including Dubai, Serbia, and various cities in Mainland China. Most recently in Jan/Feb 2020, the group was invited by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Offices to perform in a 9-city tour around Europe.
To emphasize a cappella music’s unique quality of using just the human voice, as well as to underscore each member’s unique voice, they have chosen “吾聲”, which means “our voices”, as the Chinese name of the group. It is with these voices that they hope to connect to the wider community, and to promote this burgeoning music genre that is a cappella.
Justin Lau(Chicken Toe)