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Biography

Dana Leong is best known as a Cellist. He was born on March 4, 1980 in San Francisco. In 2014, Leong was the first musician to bring Hip-Hop to the stage of the World Economic Forum’s Summer Davos ‘Meeting of New Champions’ Conference in Tianjin China. He invited the world’s best turntablist DJ Qbert to join him in performing and giving interactive lecture demonstrations on the history of Hip-Hop to show musical collaboration methods as examples for world leaders to follow. The conference was attended by China’s President Xi Jingpin, athlete Yao Ming, actress Yao Chen (Queen of Weibo) and 4 thousand influencers assembling to discuss solutions to global issues. Leong’s duet with DJ Qbert later became a trio with painter TV host Justin Bua and the three co-created a short animated film with artist Julie Gratz entitled “Rhythm of the City” which won awards from film festivals including New York’s Tribeca Film Festival.

Leong and TEKTONIK have since given keynote performances and speeches at the United Nations, Save The Children’s Children of Tomorrow Summit, TEDXShanghai, Summit Series, Womankind (NY Asian Women’s Center) Harvard Kennedy School, The Li Ka Shing Foundation, “Tasteful Rhythms” at Four Seasons, Asian Institute of Management 50th Anniversary, H&Q Asia, AMTD-Lendit Fintech Technology Summit and was honored by UBS as 2017 Global Visionary for social entrepreneurship while invited to meet with Netherlands Prime Minister Mark Rutten.

He is one of the successful Cellist. He has ranked on the list of those famous people who were born on March 4, 1980. He is one of the Richest Cellist who was born in San Francisco. He also has a position among the list of Most popular Cellist. Dana Leong is 1 of the famous people in our database with the age of 41 years.

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Occupation Cellist
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Birth Date March 4, 1980
Birthday March 4
Birthplace San Francisco
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The following winter of 2015 Leong was nominated and included into the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leader Community, a group of 1000 top global influencers under the age of 40 spanning arts culture, technology, finance, science, arts culture, government policy, social entrepreneurship and family business sectors. His participation allows him to give music a voice in global dialogs addressing social, economic and political issues. He joins fellow musicians Pharrell Williams, Will.I.Am, John Legend, Bono, and Michael Jackson alongside business leaders such as Jack Ma, Mark Zuckerberg, and Hugo Barra in a community geared towards activating positive global change.

Dana Leong height 5 Feet 7 Inches (Approx) & weight 111 lbs (50.3 kg) (Approx.). Right now we don't know about body measurements. We will update this article.
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Dana Leong current age 41 years old. Dana born under the Aries horoscope as Dana's birth date is March 4. After moving to New York, while studying Jazz Trombone and Orchestral Cello at the Manhattan School of Music on a full scholarship, he continued to perform and produce with many well known musicians from the Jazz, Latin and Hip-Hop worlds such as Marc Anthony, Huey Dunbar, Horace Silver, Ryuichi Sakamoto, DJ Qbert, DJ A-Trak, Chat Hugo, Harry Belafonte, Christian McBride, The Mingus Big Band, Wynton Marsalis & the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Balkan Beat Box, Keali’i Reichel, Firewater, Chick Correa, Lila Downs, Lionel Hampton, Dave Douglas, David Taylor, Steve Coleman, Eddie Palmieri, Henry Threadgill, Claudia Acuña, Fermin Muguruza, Lew Soloff, Jason Lindner, Tony Escapa, Miguel Zenon, Dafnis Prieto, Yosvany Terry, Christian Howes and Paquito D’Rivera whom with Leong collaborated on the “Panamericana Suite” Album, which won two Grammy Awards for “Best Latin Jazz Album” and “Best Classical Composition” in 2011. Leong is a big fan of hip-hop, jazz, electronic music and film score and continues to blend and bend genre lines with his own musical compositions.

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As per our current Database, Dana Leong is still alive (as per Wikipedia, Last update: February 26, 2021).

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Dana Leong Net Worth

Dana Leong estimated net worth in 2020-21 is $1 Million. Dana Leong primary source of net wealth is being a Cellist.

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While Leong has performed a majority of the world’s top concert venues such as Carnegie Hall, Venice Biennale, Beijing Olympic Stadium, Hong Kong Sha Tin Philharmonic Hall, New York Shea Stadium and Summerstage, he has also taken music to new heights and new stages never before imagined. In 2010, he began working with an aerial production company to create performances which included Leong playing his trombone and cello whilst suspended high in the air on the side of skyscrapers and towers. Notably, he performed off the walls of Los Angeles City Hall, The Old Post Office next to the White House and the Campeche Cathedral in Mexico. That year he also became composer in residence for the Museum of Chinese in America and volunteered with world renowned violinist Midori Goto’s Midori & Friends Foundation, helping craft and teach musical programs for inner city schools in the greater New York City Area.