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Anthony Fung

Anthony Fung is a Canadian-born drummer, composer, producer, and bandleader currently based in Los Angeles, CA. He has established himself as an accomplished musician, earning multiple degrees and performing at renowned festivals and venues worldwide.

Anthony's education includes a master of music degree from the prestigious Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, where he studied and performed with jazz legends such as Herbie Hancock and Wayne Shorter. He also holds a bachelor of music and a master of music degree from the Berklee College of Music and the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, where he was mentored by Danilo Pérez.


Piano Poetry

Label: Balloon Records
Released: 2023
Track listing: Piano Poem 1 Silhouette Of Scars (Feat. Phöenix Lazare) Piano Poem 2 Piano Poem 3 Where The Bees Don’t Sting (Feat. Catey Esler and Jan Esbra) Piano Poem 4 Diana (Feat. Tom Paxton, Cathy Fink, and Marcy Marxer) Piano Poem 5 Hot Cross Buns Piano Poem 6 (Feat. Anthony Fung) Piano Poem 7 The Poet (Feat. Taisha Estrada and Matt Lagan) Piano Poem 8 (Feat. Lucas Ashby) Auld Lang Syne


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Mark Turner, Henry Hey, Miki Yamanaka, Legraux Tobrogoï, Bobby Kapp & More

Read "Mark Turner, Henry Hey, Miki Yamanaka, Legraux Tobrogoï, Bobby Kapp & More" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Mark Turner is here, is there, is everywhere, both on the East Coast where he was once based and on the West Coast where he lives now. And this playlist features some of his recent recordings as leader or sideman. The rest of the playlist features remarkable medium and large size ensembles, and the beautiful album ...


Article: Play This!

Anthony Fung: Boo Boo's Birthday

Read "Anthony Fung: Boo Boo's Birthday" reviewed by John Chacona

Show business savants know the power of a marquee name in the credits, and the lesson has not been lost on jazz musicians. So it's no surprise that Canadian-born drummer Anthony Fung invited fellow Angeleno Mark Turner to guest on Fo(u)rth (Self Produced, 2023). The risk of being upstaged is always present, even with an artist ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

Steve Swell, Asher Gamedze, Dan Rosenboom & Fergus Quill

Read "Steve Swell, Asher Gamedze, Dan Rosenboom & Fergus Quill" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

An energetic episode this time around on One Man's Jazz! There's plenty of punch from South African drummer and composer Asher Gamedze, trombonist Steve Swell's Fire Into Music (featuring the late Jemeel Moondoc), L.A. trumpeter Dan Rosenboom with a killer band, New Zealand mates drummer Edward Ware and saxophonist Jeff Henderson reunion, the quirky Imaginary Big ...


News: Contest

7 Virtual Jazz Club’s Contest 8th Edition: Winners Announced!

7 Virtual Jazz Club’s Contest 8th Edition: Winners Announced!

Milan, March 19, 2023, during a live-streaming event, the judging panel and the finalists joined the award ceremony for the Pros & Amateurs and the Under 25 category. Pros & Amateurs’ category First prize went to Israeli band Sandia with the tune “Sabres": live Concert in Jazz Club Ferrara (Italy) and Camera Jazz and Music Club—Bologna ...


What Does it Mean to be Free?

Label: Self Produced
Released: 2022
Track listing: What Does it Mean to be Free?; El Paso; Defiance; Flashpoint (Revisited); Dreamer's Interlude; Sonny's Blues; ROOTS; Let Us Not Forget to be Kind; Sightseeing.


Article: Year in Review

Ludovico Granvassu's Garden Of Jazzy Delights 2022

Read "Ludovico Granvassu's Garden Of Jazzy Delights 2022" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

The depth and range of the music that jazz players have put on record in 2022 are so big that summarizing this “year in jazz" by selecting only ten albums feels akin to taking the photo of a breath-taking landscape with an ultra-low resolution camera... Ten years from now, how is one supposed to understand how ...


Article: Radio & Podcasts

A Few Of My Favorite 2022 Jazz Things (So Far) - Part 1

Read "A Few Of My Favorite 2022 Jazz Things (So Far) - Part 1" reviewed by Ludovico Granvassu

Since 2022 has been barreling down at breakneck speed... it's July already, which is actually the perfect moment to take stock of what the first half of the year had to offer to jazz fans. Please enjoy some of the tunes that have brought us most delight during the first six months of the year!


Article: Radio & Podcasts

David Virelles, Kirk Knuffke, Nicolas Chientraroli & Nduduzo Makhathini

Read "David Virelles, Kirk Knuffke, Nicolas Chientraroli & Nduduzo Makhathini" reviewed by Maurice Hogue

Excellent new keyboard releases highlight this edition of OMJ, ranging from musical neo-archaeologist David Virelles, George Burton, Argentina's Nicolás Chientaroli, South African Nduduzo Makhathini to the Italian trio Katharsis. Debuts from a couple of drummers are also featured--Anthony Fung and Swizerland's Florian Arbenz. Cornetist Kirk Knuffke's new Gravity Without Airs should be headed for much praise. ...


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