William Lundahl Productions is engaged in the service of photogaraphy and cinematography spearheaded by a 19 year old Swedish student named William Lundahl. He is based in Shenzhen, China for the past 3 years and started his love for his art at the early age of 10.
While busily going about his studies, he is also busy working on various commercials, trailers, music videos and also does the videos for QSI's school events. QSI is an interantional school in Shekou. At an early age, William is already proving himself in the art of photography and cinematography. He is actually responsible for Dinorah Zamora's music videos, a young and promising Mexican-American singer-songwriter also based in Shekou, Shenzhen.
William Lundhahl Productions is "Official Media Sponsor" as cinematographer for PAC-U, Planet Art Council's Grand Launching Beach Concert party this coming Sunday, 25th of August.
You can reach William Lundahl Productions and check out his latest works at:
Most bands and bars in Shenzhen usually assigns one day a week for a special activity dedicated to upcoming musicians and those who are experienced and well honed but do not perform anymore as a profession. These days are known to most as the Open Mic or Jam Nights which has been an integral part of Shenzhen's live music community.
Live music venue bars in Shenzhen usually has one band at least as an in-house performer. Others, have musical performances only on weekends, but almost all give way to Open Mic or Jam Nights. At some bars, it's not the whole night but just some parts of the evening when the band will allow people to go up on stage and perform while others dedicate a whole evening for guest performers.
Most members of Planet Art Council in the music arts are in-house bands at one bar or another. What's nice about the member's of PAC is that they give way to other performers who are just starting out or those who just miss their heydays of stage performances. No doubt, PAC hosts the best Open Mic Sessions and Jam Nights in Shenzhen.
In Shekou, Blu Bamboo has it's Blues n Jam Night every Wednesday hosted by Kaktooz. Over at Nanshan, Mind the Gap hosts Jam Nights every Monday. In Futian, over at Mc Cawley's, we have Harmony who welcomes jammers every Tuesday for their Open Mic Sessions. At Ghost Bar, owned by former Boston drummer Jim Mazdea, Open Jam occurs spontaneously, at times it's just relaxed and simple but there'll be days when you can witness true rock n roll star performance at it's best with Jim and other members of PAC just floating away on an impromptu jam session. Although there is no dedicated day for open mic or jam at Terrace and Enigma, the band usually allows people to jam with them on their last set. Acoustic jams also happen at Miami Bar, an after-party party place. We also have the Village Bar which hosts a music festival from time to time which is another Open Jam event.
PAC members support the jammers, not compete. Wherever you go, as long as PAC members host an Open Mic or a Jam Night, you'll know you'll be able to go home with a fulfillment that only a musical stage performance can give. Shenzhen's live music scene would not be as vibrant as it is without these Open Mic and Jam Nights.
If you are new or visiting Shenzhen and would like to sing or jam, just contact us and we'll refer a bar and band to you depending on your schedule.
In preparation for PAC-U, the official grand launching beach concert party of Planet Art Council, Shenzhen' musicians, bands, artists, venue owners, friends and peers help out to make sure that the event will be a successful one. Everyone is pitching in what they can to contribute to make it happen. From organizers, graphic artists, photographers, sound designers and more, PAC's pool of talented people can do whatever task is necessary. Even venue owners and managers help out by means of promotions and by giving away prizes for special games and raffle draws during the actual event.
Planet Art Council was conceptualized and founded in Shenzhen just 13th of June 2013 with a purpose to establish a network of artists of whatever art form from all over. As of now, most artists which make up Shenzhen's local live music and art scene is involved in one way or another. Shenzhen's artist community has never been so united as now.
Tickets for PAC-U have been selling like hotcakes, with a need to print more. Posters and banners are posted all over town. The word is out, Shenzhen's largest and premiere music and artist community is born and is here to stay. This will be the start of a series of exciting events and activities all over the city showcasing diverse talents of people coming from all parts of the world. Hopefully, very soon, PAC's activities will reach farther grounds.
After PAC-U The Grand Launching, PAC membership will be formally organized. Planet Art Council is not limiting its reach in Shenzhen alone as talks are already happening about Planet Art Council's other chapters in the areas of Hong Kong, Philippines and Canada.