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Laura Fygi

Welcome to a Rouge awakening

The opening of the members-only China Rouge performance lounge at Galaxy Macau last weekend brought Hong Kong socialites out in force. The evening started with a performance by Dutch songstress Laura Fygi, who sang classic jazz numbers like Dream a Little Dream of Me.

Friday, 6 April, 2012, 12:00am

Promises to keep

After 20 successful years as a solo artist, Laura Fygi is convinced the best is yet to come. That is both the title of her latest album and a personal credo which she believes accounts for much of her success to date.

22 May 2011 - 12:00am

Jazz diva headlines unusual gala party

Racing fans may be gearing up for the derbies at this Sunday's Hong Kong International Races at the Sha Tin Racecourse - which some call the 'Turf World Championships' - but there's just as much to get excited about before the horses are off.

6 Dec 2007 - 12:00am

A playful Laura Fygi has as much fun as her fans

A Night for Valentines with Laura Fygi and the Hong Kong Philharmonic, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall, 8pm tonight

Dutch-Egyptian singer Laura Fygi has come a long way since swerving from a career with moderately successful disco-pop outfit Centerfold to a jazz-inspired path in 1992.

14 Feb 2005 - 12:00am

Westlife looks East

Irish boy band Westlife are apparently staging a concert in Hong Kong in the middle of next year, and that's not just hearsay. The information comes straight from the group (below), who recently spoke to the press in Malaysia, where they performed for charity. But nothing is for certain, as Laura Fygi has proved.

25 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

Fygi concert cancelled

Laura Fygi has us all confused. The Dutch-Egyptian diva (right), whose concert was supposed to take place tonight at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, hasn't been able to decide whether the show will go on. The last we heard - after two false alarms - is that it's off.

22 Nov 2002 - 12:00am

Something in the way So moves

Forgive and forget seems to be the rule in Hong Kong's delinquency-plagued entertainment industry. Three months after his release from a rehabilitation centre in Taiwan following his arrest in an Ecstasy raid there, Canto-crooner William So Wing-hong (left) will be on stage again, this time as a special guest of Dutch-Egyptian singer Laura Fygi.

7 Nov 2002 - 12:00am