Rock Fang

Rock Fang

Director, Studiodanz

Rock Fang, a renowned dance instructor and choreographer in Hong Kong has been dancing, teaching and performing for almost 20 years. During hisstudies, he had started dancing as a back-up dancer for many well-known artists such as Leon Lai, Twins and Coco Lee and up till now, he has choreographed for various Hong Kong artists including Leo Ku, Vivian Chow, Justin Lo, Twins, Hana Kuk, Sherman Chung, Jonathan Wong, C Allstar, Vincy Chan, Show Keung To, Anson Lo, Mirror, and the Pan-Asia Group - Blush. He is also invited by TVB Cooking Beauties, ViuTV Good night show to be the choreographer and dance instructor of their theme songs and programmes. Utilizing his dance experience, he became a dance instructor as well as a creative choreographer who is definitely full of passion and enthusiasm. In addition, he has been actively engaged in numerous TVC such as Promise Co., Ltd, Xiaomi mobile phone, Canon, General air-conditioner, Broadway. Moreover, Rock is sponsored by Nike as a full time dancer in Hong Kong and he is cordially invited to be the choreographer of Kobe Bryant Asia Tour 2009 in Hong Kong.
Fang is active in musicals and drama productions. He was invited to be the main character and choreographer of Pole and Pole 2.0 in 2015 and 2016.
Graduating from the Chinese University of Hong Kong (majored in Sports Science and Physical Education) helped Fang to be a professional dance teacher. Having been frequently conducting numerous training courses and choreographing for many universities in Hong Kong and various dance studios, proves that Fang’s fundamental strength and choreographic style is intricate, engaging and theatrical. He has won the Best Choreographer Award for two consecutive years in Intra Varsity Dance Competition (IVDC).
Having the opportunities to perform for lots of dance events including Dance Delight Taiwan 2009 and to conduct guest dance workshops in Norway and Singapore, his reputation in Hong Kong has been recognized.
His recent choreographic works include Pawn for Hong Kong Arts Festival in 2012, The Voice for Hong Kong Arts Festival in 2013, Artists-in-Residence Project 2012-2013 and Arts Ambassadors-in-School Scheme 2010-2011 and 2011-2012.