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Foremost saxophone player Jacky Leung has won over 10 first & other prizes in various international music competitions in Germany, North America, Canada & Japan (Pop Music & Classical Music & Composition session). He was also the first saxophonist awarded a full scholarship from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund (Local Studies) in 2015 - 2016.


Jacky was praised by different magazines & organizations for his versatile musical styles in performances. He was invited as a guest soloist and guest chamber group in many local & international events and radio broadcasts, including the World Saxophone Congress, Asian Saxophone Congress, Asian Saxophone Festival, Asia Pacific Saxophone Academy, Music China in Shanghai, Hong Kong Arts Festival and Radio Television Hong Kong etc. In May, 2023, Jacky was invited to be the soloist of Mr. Hacken Lee’s pop concert opening in Hong Kong.  In July, 2023 his founding group, Lucky 6 brass brand was also invited to play as the only instrument group in the reception to celebrate the 26th Anniversary of the Establishment of the HKSAR of the People’s Republic of China.  In January 2020, the Osaka International Music Competition also invited Jacky to perform in their Winner concert.


Apart from being a frequent soloist, Jacky also conducted masterclasses and workshops in various international institutions and saxophone events in the USA, China, Thailand and Malaysia etc. In 2017, Jacky was invited as the guest lecturer for the "Lao Shan Art Lecture" in Qingdao Grand Theatre, which was later aired on the Qing Dao TV Dangjian Channel. During 2017-2023, Jacky was also invited to host masterclasses & recitals at Thailand Mahidol University, Shantou University, Kuala Lumpur Performing Art Centre in Malaysia, China Annual Saxophone Congress, the North American Saxophone Alliance Region 3 Conference at the University of Minnesota.  In 2023, he was invited as Hong Kong representative to join the Asian Saxophone Festival conducting masterclasses & performing solo in concert.  He also became the committee member in organizing the 2024 Asian Saxophone congress.


Adding to the above, Jacky has duo performances with many internationally renowned artists in past concerts, including Nathan Bogert, Vincent David, Jean-Yves Fourmeau, Philippe Geiss, Stephen Page, Timothy Roberts, Kenneth Tse etc.


As a Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong Ltd. (CASH) member, Jacky has continuously worked on different composition and arrangement works. Apart from writing & arranging music for his founding chamber group ONLY ONE / ONLY ONE Jazz Orchestra & the co-founding pop jazz ensemble LUCKY 6, he also premieres his works on many international occasions. In March 2019, He did a world premiere of two of his compositions, "FATE" with multi-media & "LOCUS II" with piano, at the North American Saxophone Alliance Region 3 conference, together with his arrangement of the famous Chinese repertoire "Tribe of Yao Dance 瑶 族 舞 曲 " into saxophone duo, which received high acclaim. He is also actively collaborating with local directors for micro movie music. His recent micro movie 'Accident' composition won the silver prize in the 9th Microfilm Production Support Scheme, 2022. In 2017 & 2018, he was the producer of CDs, "Fly High Little Ones @ Sham Shui Po" & "Amazing" for the Music Children Foundation (MCF) charity musical & the producer of the MCF online Live concert series (10 episodes) in 2020.


Moreover, Jacky leads several orchestras and concert bands as conductor & band director participating in numerous performances and competitions. In 2017, he played and conducted a concert with West Symphonia band from Singapore, which received high recognition, while later that year, he served as one of the jury members of the Elbe Valley International Music Festival. In 2021, he also conducted a concert performed by a 500-person orchestra & choir.


Lastly, Jacky is very committed to contributing to the community. He is the Music Director of the Music Children Foundation (, providing & implementing free music training, including different music curricula & chamber music experiences to underprivileged children in Hong Kong.


Jacky is currently the Music Director of the Music Children Foundation, Vice Chairman of the Hong Kong International Single Reed Association, score advisor of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, MYO Orchestra-lite principal conductor, symphonic band conductor of Heep Yunn School and first-call saxophonist of the two most representative orchestras in Hong Kong, namely the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and the Hong Kong Sinfonietta. Jacky is also the faculty of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts & a Vandoren artist.

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