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Anthony Lun

Anthony Lun is a famous Hong Kong pop song singer, composer, arranger and musical director. He owns a Bachelor of Arts degree from the Santa Clara University (US) and a Master of Music degree from the University of Michigan (US).

Anthony released his first album SEEK in 1986 and came to the attention of the music industry after winning the Asia Pacific Popular Song Contest with the song “Lyrics” in the same year.  In 1990, he released his second album called Man behind the Piano and the song of the same title became a number one hit. Since then, he has been the most sought out composer for other artists. His songs are best described as trend leading and innovative. Since 1986, he has composed over 300 songs with 41 number one hits in the billboard, and released 23 solo albums.

Anthony has held various solo concerts. His performances are diverse, including duet concerts with other artists, concerts with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, roles on television and stage, and composing for films. His last solo concert in June 2013 even showcased his talent as a stand-up comedian.

As a producer and musical director, he has worked with top singers like Anita Mui, Sandy Lam, Faye Wong, Andy Lau, Sally Yeh, George Lam, Roman Tam, Leon Lai, Deanie Ip, amongst others. His composition of film music in Au Revoir, Mon Amour won him a Golden Horse Award for the best movie song. 

In 2005, Anthony and a well-known Taiwanese composer, Jonathan Lee, produced a theme song for the Tsunami relief benefit performance organised by the Hong Kong Performing Artistes Guild to help raise donations for the disaster victims. In fact, he has been involved in numerous monumental charity works with an endless list. 

In the November of 2013, The Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong honoured Anthony with the highest honour, The Hall of Fame Award, a lifetime achievement award.