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Frances Yip is a world famous cantopop singer from Hong Kong, renowned for music that has topped charts and that has led to her winning numerous awards. From the Hong Kong Island in Hong Kong, she has been active in Chinese music since 1969. A pop sensation in what is the world’s second biggest nation, her music has been released by the major record label EMI Records with artists such as Cathy Sharon collaborating and playing music with her. Today, in different parts of the world come to her concerts. Frances Yip tickets remain in high demand.
Frances Yip has also recorded music for television and film, with her songs for TVB series that were aired during the eighties and nineties. The artist began recording covers of songs by Jenny Tseng, Adam Cheng and Roman Tam, before going on to record and then release her own music. She rose to global stardom with the release of the song The Bund, which was also used by a drama produced by TVB under the same name.
With a career spanning more than forty years, Frances Yip has released music in many different languages of the world, from her native Chinese dialects of Mandarin and Cantonese, to English music and songs in Mexican, Indonesian, Spanish, Thai, Tagalog and even Japanese. She has staged concerts in over thirty countries of the world, as well as recorded music for TV shows and series, movies and even cabarets. With songs in many languages, she has gained a huge fan following that is as diverse.
During her distinguished career, Frances Yip has had the opportunity to play music with some of the most renowned musical organizations in the world, including the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra, the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, the Macau Chinese Orchestra, the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts’ Youth National Orchestra, the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, the Thammasat University Philharmonic Orchestra located in Bangkok, Thailand and orchestras based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
This breathtaking cantopop singer has also achieved global fame and receiced number of awards and honors. She was the presenter of the historic British Farewell Ceremony that marked Hong Kong’s independence from the British, which took place in 1997 and was watched by more than one hundred and twenty million people in the world, located in eighty different countries of the world. She is also a breast cancer survivor, and thus campaigns for this cause as well.
An international star in the true sense of the world she is scheduled to perform in Hong Kong. It is one of the world’s most unique places and a global financial and economic city. Now the city will see an entertainer awarded as one of the best in the world. Each year, she travels over sixty thousand miles, performing on the biggest stages and venues in the world.She has performed at venues such as the Savoy Hotel in London to venues closer to home, in Singapore. She also sings and performs Chinese opera, often with some of the biggest orchestras and philharmonics in the world.
Amongst the list of venues she has sung at are China’s Friendship Theatre in Guangzhou, the QE2 luxury liner, Tahiti’s Polynesian cultural center and Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace Hotel. Her discography includes over eighty albums, whose songs have topped English music charts, as well as Chinese and Hong Kong music charts and charts in Thailand, Japan and the Polynesian world.