Zense is an a cappella group founded in 2009. The name ‘Zense’ is originated from ‘sense’. Its pronunciation is similar to the Chinese word ‘聲’ (literally mean voice), which reflect the enthusiasm of the group in exploring the possibilities of human voices, offering new and refreshing sensation to the audience. The members of Zense also hope to connect audience with their voices and to spread harmony through harmony.
Since their debut in Jan, 2010, Zense had performed in numerous occasions, including Gold Coast Festival 2010 and 2011 Hong Kong International A Cappella Festival. Zense had held concert in the Fringe Club, JCCAC, Hong Kong Station and Fullcupmusic. In 2013, Zense took part in a theatical work The Twisted Fate. Apart from performing in Hong Kong, Zense shared their enthusiasm on music with the audience in Macau, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Singapore.
To bring the audience a higher standard of performance, Zense had participated into different master classes conducted by different renowned musicians around the world, including Ng Yin (Ng Cheuk Yin), Deke Sharon (The House Jacks), Michael Eimann (Slixs) and Tobias Hug (The Swingle Singers).