IEC Tutors

  • HUNG, Margaret

    Hung graduated from the Music Department of CUHK. She attained the piano diploma (LTCL) from Trinity College London and Northcote Prize in music education. In addition to learning the Kodaly method with Mr Mark Williams, Hung also participated in Dalcroze, Carl Orff and Eurhythmics workshops organized by Christoph Maubach, Paulo and Joseph Riader. She studied music pedagogy for young children, for example, Musikgarten, in America, Canada and Taiwan. Hung joined HKCC in the 80s and took part in tours to North America, Asia and Australia. She was involved in the recording and production of songbooks for the choral and IEC courses. Hung is currently the choral supervisor and a tutor for the IEC courses.

  • YU, Fion

    Yu graduated from the Kingston University and HKIEd with a Bachelor Of Music (Hons) Degree and a Certificate in Primary Education (majoring in Music) respectively. She studied piano with Professor Khong Wing-yin of HKBU, conducting and singing with Professor Jimmy Chan and Orchestration with Professor Edward Ho. Yu has obtained the Associated Performer’s Diploma in Piano Performance (ATCL) and the Diploma in Music (ABRSM). She has taught in primary school and is currently a vocal and piano teacher.

  • LIN Ching

    Lin was educated at the music department of Chinese University of Hong Kong and studied piano performance with Prof David Gwilt. After graduation, she was awarded a scholarship to pursue a Music Master’s Degree at the Birmingham Conservatoire in the UK. She participated in the Kirishima International Music Festival in Japan and studied piano performance with the German pianist Amadeus Webersinke. Lin has taught piano performance, piano pedagogy, music theory and aural training in several music institutions such as HKAPA. She is now the pianist of Concert Choir of HKCC. She performed with the choir in Hungary, Austria, Finland, Estonia, Germany, UK, Japan, Korea and mainland China in the past few years.

  • CHEUNG, Heidi

    Cheung graduated from California State University, Northridge majoring in Vocal Performance. She participated in vocal master classes conducted famous vocalists such as Dame Kirk Te Kanawa and Alfredo Zanazzo. During her stay in the United States, she was invited to perform at Carnegie Hall, New York and toured across California with her choir. Cheung also appeared as soloist in concerts and operas. Her roles included Cherubino in Le Nozzle di Figaro, A broken China cup in Enfant et Sortileges, Third Lady in Die Zauberflöte. She then joined Opera Hong Kong Chorus and actively performed in numerous operas and concerts since 2008. Cheung also takes part in Dalcroze Method and Orff Music Teaching Method. She is currently teaching voice and choir in primary schools, secondary schools.

  • TSO, Catherine

    Tso holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Music, a diploma in piano performance and a certificate in Grade 8 Music Theory. Having a great passion in music, she actively participated in various music activities. She received choral training at HKCC. Tso has studied music education, religious music, conducting, vocal, piano, harp and flute. She has been a primary school teacher and has taught a great number of choirs and children musicals. Also, she has conducted and accompanied the church choir. Tso is currently a full-time piano, vocal and music theory tutor.

  • LEUNG, Peony

    Leung began her piano and choral training at HKCC at a young age and has obtained her Grade 8 Vocal and Advanced Certificate in Piano by ABRSM with distinction. She graduated from HKAPA with a major in composition and has received her musical training under Ms Grace Lau, Ms Hui Ling, Ms Yim Wan in piano and Ms Katusha Tsui in vocal. She is currently a piano, vocal and choral tutor. She is also active in local music activities including The Hong Kong Youth Choir. Leung has taken part in their solo and choral performances.

  • CHONG, Carmen

    Chong graduated from the School of Dance of HKAPA with a Professional Diploma in Performing Arts (majoring in Chinese Dance). During her study, she participated in many productions including Ambuscade, Life?, Bundle and The Rite of Spring and she was a representative of her school in a performance in an art festival in Prague. Chong attained the Chinese Dance Graded Examinations Teacher Certificate from the Beijing Dance Academy. She is currently a dance teacher and a freelance dancer.

  • KWOK, Nicky

  • CHAN, Peggie

    Chan graduated from the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, with piano as her performance major. She was a recipient of the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship. Later, she was awarded a Master’s degree in Music and Music Education from Columbia University. During her studies there, she was appointed to participate in the Master’s program "Vocal Literature and Interpretation” and served as its rehearsal and concert pianist. Apart from studying, she also worked as a kindergarten teacher in New York State. Chan had also been the pianist for the Master’s course "Practical Studies in Musicianship and Conducting (Choral)" at CUHK. She is now the pianist for the Learners Chorus.

  • CHAN, Vicky

    Graduated from Douglas Mawson Institute of Technology in South Australia (Visual Communication) and HKPU (Art and Design Education) (1st Class Honour), Chan has worked as a visual arts educator for many years. Caring about how children learn visual arts, Chan’s teaching always focuses on children’s development, the motives and the process of creations. She encourages her students to observe, communicate, explore and appreciate. She endeavours to enhance children’s creativity, cognitive ability, language and presentation skills and their ability to co-operate with others.

  • CHAN, Agnes

    Chan graduated from HKAPA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) Degree in Dance majoring in Ballet Education. She obtained the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance with honours and is now a registered ballet teacher at the Royal Academy of Dance. During her study, she actively participated in various performances and has joined tours to South Africa and Guangzhou. Chan has been awarded scholarships including Jackie Chan Scholarship and Ballet Lecturer Scholarship. She has worked at the Education and Outreach Department of the Hong Kong Ballet and has taught at HKAPA. She is currently the Assistant Dance Supervisor at HKCC.

  • YAU, Alison

    Yau obtained a Bachelor’s (Hons) Degree in Fine Arts from CUHK. She works as a visual arts educator and teaches courses in Chinese and Western media. As an independent artist, her artworks have been featured in Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition and have been shown in Fringe Club, Hong Kong Cultural Centre, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong Central Library and Artist Commune.

  • FUNG, Libby

    Fung graduated with a degree in Art and Design in Education (Hons) from The HKPU and was awarded the annual graduation project scholarship. Fung received PGDE (primary) from EdUHK, majoring in Visual Arts, with minors in Chinese and General Studies. She also received a diploma in student counselling from CUHK. In addition to her years of experience in design and art education, she has travelled to the UK, France, and the US to appreciate various art. Fung focuses on inspiring children's interest in art and helping children to explore, developing their critical thinking skills and creativity. She aspires children to not only enjoy the process of expressing and communicating with visual elements through artwork but also cultivate strong morals and values.

  • CHUNG, Jenny

    Chung was graduated from the University of Hong Kong majoring in Music and studied music composition with Dr Joshua Chan. After graduation, she became the Head of Music Department in a primary school, responsible for choir training and the choir she led has won prizes at the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. Apart from attaining the diploma in piano performance at the Trinity College London, Chung has also involved in different music training, including the Orff and Dalcroze methodologies, clarinet and cello.

  • CHUNG Kit-sum

    Chung obtained a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, major in Chinese Dance. She has the qualification of the Beijing Dance Academy Graded Examination on Teacher Course and C.S.T.D. Certificate of Modern Jazz. In 2006, she represented the HKAPA to the 3rd Minorities Art Festival of China. In 2008, she participated in tour performances in China with Hong Kong Dance Company. In 2013, Chung was a member of “Le P en V” and won the first prize in the competition in Czech Republic. She was a Teaching Artist of “Leap!” which was organized by the Robert H.N. Ho Family Foundation and the Cloud Gate Dance School of Taiwan. Now, she is a full-time dance teacher, to share the happiness for everyone through movement.