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TONG music logo brand signature about the violinist, singer-songwrite and dancer TONG

THIS IS TONG

TONG combines pop and electronic music while keeping the violin in focus. Using his loop station and vocals, TONG creates a new and unusual blend of a classical instrument, electronic sounds, and alternative beats. The emotionalizing violin sound and vocals takes the audience on a journey through passion and brilliance. 

 

As a former German tap dance master and classically trained musician, TONG’s search for a connection — between classical and pop, modern and commercial, organic electronic and contemporary dance — has led him to experiment with new sounds.

 

New Single "Lucky Girl" ft. PARALU

 

BIOGRAPHY

TONG is a combination of singer-songwriter and electropop violinist. Known for the use of his loop station and vocals, TONG skillfully fuses a classical instrument with electronic sounds and alternative beats.

 

A former German tap dance master and classically trained musician, TONG's search for a connection - between classical and pop, modern and commercial, organic electronics and contemporary dance - has led him to experiment with new sounds. He was a member of the electro-acoustic band Moglebaum and has played in various clubs and festivals, including The WE Festival, NL, Lunatic Festival, DE, and Meadows In The Mountains, BG.

 

TONG's intense search for his own musical style led to the 2017 release of his self-titled (under the name Tonio Geugelin) debut EP Constant Magic, with his single Schillerize reaching +1 million plays on Spotify. In 2012, he won second prize at the PCM Awards.

 

TONG lives in Hamburg, Germany and released his album "ON" in May 2021. This summer he toured Germany as a guest musician of Moglii at MS Dockville, Fusion Festival and Cheesecake Festival, while presenting his solo act at Hamburg Kultursommer and ZUKUNFTSVISIONEN Festival. He recently released a new single, Lucky Girl, with artist PARALU. He has more music and video releases lined up for 2022.