Co-organized by Ministry of Culture and Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Malaysia, the INXO Arts and Cultural Foundation conducted the "Tea Philo" E-Talk titled "The Possibilities Between Music Production and Kaohsiung Music Center (音樂創作 跨界好好玩 — & 認識高雄流行音樂中心)," featuring speaker Lee CinCin (李欣芸), CEO of Kaohsiung Music Center (KMC), through Tea Philo's Facebook page online on July 31.
During the two-hour talk, Lee shared her experiences of being a producer and composer. She discussed the importance of trying more aspects of work in the music industry, increasing life experiences, and developing one’s own potential to enhance the richness of music.
Moreover, she talked about her interdisciplinary collaborations with singers and musicians of various types, from mainstream, indie, and rock music, such as Taiwanese singer Chen Ming-chang (陳明章), pop singer Cheer Chen (陳綺貞), Tarcy Su (蘇慧倫), Valen Hsu (許茹芸), Rene Liu (劉若英), Matilda Tao (陶晶瑩), as well as indie bands and musicians, including Dadado Huang (黃玠), Enno Cheng (鄭宜農), Fire EX. (滅火器). In addition, she also shared her creative process of many well-known film soundtracks, such as "Dust of Angels (少年吔，安啦！)" by director Hou Hsiao-hsien (侯孝賢).
Lee also introduced KMC, located at the Love River harbor in Kaohsiung, a landmark for pop music performances in Southern Taiwan that nurtures domestic pop music talents and supports networking within the music industry. Additionally, the architecture is integrated into the surrounding harbor scenery to create a new tourist attraction.
For more information, please visit Tea Philo's Facebook.