Choral Tutors

  • IMAMURA, Yuri

    Imamura obtained a Master of Arts in Music at HKBU with Distinction, concentrating on conducting and various pedagogies. She also has an ANCOS Level 4 Certification for Orff Pedagogy and received training in Dalcroze Eurthymics. As an avid chorister, Imamura has participated in local and overseas choral contests with her school choir. She continues to actively participate in choir performances both locally and internationally, including performances as Alto Solo in various concerts.

  • KONG, Joanne

    Kong holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree (Music) from The University of Hong Kong and Master of Arts in Music (Distinction) from Hong Kong Baptist University with major in choral conducting. During her studies, she received Helen Moore-Williams Music Prize and Scholastic Award. She has attained CT ABRSM and Certificate of Advanced Piano Performance from Kingston University. She was the Chief Accompanist of Southern District Children’s Choir and now the Head of Music Department in a Secondary School. Besides, she was the champion of Vocal Solo in Hong Kong School Music Festival, and she also led the school choir and won the title of “The Best Secondary School Mixed Voice Choir” and “The Best Secondary School Girls’ Choir” respectively. She received the Outstanding Education Award in The Hong Kong-Asia Piano Open Competition.

  • YU, Fion

    Yu graduated from the Kingston University and the Hong Kong Institute of Education with a Bachelor of Music (Hons) Degree and a Certificate of 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. 

  • HO, Nicole

    After graduating with Bachelor of Arts (Honors) at the University of Hong Kong, Ho furthered her study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London, where she received her Degree of Master of Music in Music Performance. During those years, she had taken part in festivals including the International Summer Academy of the Mozarteum Salzburg. Now as an accomplished accompanist and an enthusiastic teacher, Ho has collaborated in concerts and appeared on RTHK4 with eminent artists including Adam Rapa, Robert Morris Aitken and Jan Junker etc. She was also invited to attend the Piano Pedagogy Conference at the Crane School of Music SUNY Potsdam. Her recent concert engagements include “Les Favoris” in Le French May 2018 and “Rendezvous” in 2019.

  • LEE Oi-yen

    Lee is a music graduate of CUHK. She studied piano with Ms Tan Chin-chin and Mr Cui Shi-guang; harpsichord with Dr David Chung; violin with Mr Chan Wing-ming; Guqin with Mr Sou Si-tai; singing with Mr Bastien Tai and drum set with Mr Ricky Chu. She holds the Licentiate of the Royal School of Music (LRSM) and the Licentiate of the Trinity College London (LTCL) in piano recital as well as Grade 8 Certificate for both violin and singing. She also obtained the Professional Certificate in Stage Performance of the Open University of Hong Kong as well as the Early Childhood Music of the Australian Kodaly Certificate (Music Education). She participated in piano and choral conducting workshops in Austria, Japan and Denmark.

  • LAM, Jilie

    Lam graduated with a Bachelor Degree in Education (Honours) (Music) from the Education University of Hong Kong, majoring in piano. She is now studying Master of Arts Programme in Music at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is enthusiastic about music education and promoting handbell. She is currently teaching in international schools, secondary and primary schools. The Handbell Choir led by her triumphed the Honor Gold Award and Gold Award in Hong Kong Asia International Handbell Festival. Lam was interviewed by Television Broadcasts Limited (TVB) and was invited to conduct “Shinybells” to perform the repertoire Carmen Overture in 2014. She was invited as the concert conductor by Hong Kong Disneyland in 2016.

  • LAM, Tony

    Lam graduated from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and obtained his Bachelor in Music (BMus) majoring Composition and Electronic music. He is working with the Academy as dance accompanist and playing occasionally for other schools and companies. Besides, Lam is studying composition with Mr Law Wing-fai, vocal with David Quah and takes part in his Bel Canto Ensemble as bass/baritone, where he co-composed the musical Happy Prince and the Fourth Wiseman with David Quah as his most recent work.

  • LIM, Albert

    Lim obtained his Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate in Performance with Distinction from the Royal College of Music after completing his Bachelor of Music (Honors) degree at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Lim is passionate about opera and has participated in a number of productions and performances. He has played Barone in La Traviata, Dancairo in Carmen and Guglielmo in Le Villi. Lim has been guest soloist in concerts and operas and has worked with many local choirs and orchestras. He was invited by the Shanghai Opera House to perform the role of Dancairo in Carmen under the baton of Michel Plasson.

  • LAM, Wesley

    Lam is a voice instructor (Junior Section) at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. With the support of scholarships, he graduated as Master of Music (Voice) at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2017 and Bachelor of Arts (Music) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2014. He is studying with Ms Nancy Yuen, Head of Vocal Studies at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. He is deeply inspired by Ms Lee, the music teacher at SKH Lam Woo Memorial Secondary School. His major operatic roles include Tamino in Mozart’s Magic Flute, Rinuccio in Puccini’s Gianni Schicchi and Rodolfo in Puccini’s La bohème. He performed the tenor solo in Handel’s Messiah, Mozart’s Requiem and Beethoven’s Choral Fantasy. He also collaborated with Prof Chan Wing Wah, Prof Carmen Koon, Mr Mak Ka Lok, Mr Pietro Mianiti and Mr Nicholas Kok.

  • LAM, Dominic

    Lam is an alumnus of HKCC and holds a Master of Music degree in Choral Conducting at Westminster Choir College, USA. He is currently a part-time lecturer in the Department of Music of the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU) and the conductor of the HKBU Choir. As a conductor and pianist of The Hong Kong Children’s Choir (HKCC), Lam has toured to China, Portugal, Australia, Estonia and Finland with the group. He has premiered various works written for HKCC by Dr Steve Ho, including Kung Fu and I just want to sing, the HKCC’s 50th anniversary theme song. Lam concurrently works with the SingFest Choral Academy as a conductor, chorister and keyboardist. He collaborated with Paul Phoenix, the Grammy Award-winning tenor, in leading the first International Boswil Choral Summer Academy in summer 2018.

  • 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.

  • LAM, Rebecca

    Graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, Lam was awarded BA (1st Hon) in Music, BSc (1st Hon) in Applied Biology and M.Phil. During her studies, she obtained ATCL in Singing and ATCL in Piano from Trinity College London under the tutelage of Ms Chan Siu-kwan and Miss Grace Lau. She also obtained Grade 8 in Flute from ABRSM. Lam has been the choral instructor of The Hong Kong Children’s Choir since 2000, she has also served as Music Teacher at Holy Family Canossian College since 2010, conducting two school choirs and had achieved outstanding results. Recent achievements include Category Winner (Youth Equal Voices) of Orientale Concentus VII, July 2014 in Singapore, and The Best Girls’ Choir and The Most Outstanding Secondary School Choir of the Year (Division 2) in the 67th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival in 2015.

  • YUEN, Burnett

    Yuen is a graduate of HKU where she studied music and applied child development. She started learning piano at a young age. She studied piano with Ms Eleanor Wong and Ms Chan Li-wah Amelia. She obtained the diploma of FTCL in piano from Trinity College London and LRSM in piano from ABRSM. She is now receiving a professional string and vocal training. Yuen had been teaching children music since university and she is experienced in the field.

  • CHIK, Candy

    As a coloratura soprano, choral conductor, and accompanist, Chik was invited in 2018 to be the Assistant Chorus Master of Opera Hong Kong, with which she worked in three opera productions (Carmen, Magic Flute, Turandot). She had been an instructor at the HKU SPACE, voice coach at the CU Chorus, and conductor at the Opera HK Children Chorus. She has performed as an accompanist in 18 countries with the Yip’s Children’s Choir. Chik graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Voice) after the BA (Music) as a piano major, and an M.Phil from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which awarded her a scholarship to study Jazz at McGill University. She studied choral conducting with Theodora Pavlovitch, voice with Brian Montgomery and Rao Lan, and piano with Dr Mary Wu.

  • CHEN, Irene

    Chen obtained her Bachelor’s Degree in Music at CUHK. She also holds a Postgraduate Diploma of Education with distinction. She received piano, recorder and vocal training and attained LTCL (Recital) Diploma at the Trinity College of London for piano performance with distinction. She has participated in various music activities such as concerts, musical dramas, and choir since college. Chen is also a church pianist and an instructor in the church worship team. She is enthusiastic about promoting music education. Chen is now a freelance music educator.

  • CHAN, Melody

    Chan graduated from CUHK with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and a Minor Degree in Music. She was the Soprano part-leader and piano accompanist of the CU Chorus and participated in various overseas performances in China and Taiwan.  She obtained the Fellowship Diploma in Solo Piano Performance (FTCL) and Associate Diploma in Music Theory (AmusTCL) from the Trinity College London.  Chan had contributed to the editorial projects of the new hymnals such as Century Praise and Angel Praise for the Baptist Press. Thereafter, she worked as the Assistant Manager of the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in the area of concert marketing and public relations. With her keen interest in music education, she has been a full-time piano and music theory teacher, as well as a piano accompanist for vocalists, instrumentalists and ballerinas for many years.

  • CHAN, May

    Chan is a graduate of the University of Huddersfield in the United Kingdom. She started learning piano since childhood and was a member of the school choir and the district choir. She is enthusiastic in children’s music education and she aspires to a music education career. Chan has been a tutor at HKCC for many years.

  • CHIN Pui-shan

    Chin studied voice under the tutelage of Ms Yang Li and Mr Apollo Wong. She attained the Licentiate Diploma of Trinity College London for Piano and the Associate Diploma for Voice with distinction. She was a Voice major at the Junior Music Programme of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, and consecutively received full scholarships from HKAPA for 3 years. She was also an alumna of HKCC and toured extensively as chorister. Being a final-year Social Sciences undergraduate at the University of Hong Kong, she was the Choirmaster of the 2016-2017 session of Hong Kong University Students' Union Choir and has received the Talent Development Scholarship under the HKSAR Government Scholarship Fund 2017-2018.

  • 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, Dominique

    Chan is an alumna of HKCC and received her Postgraduate Diploma in Performance (Voice) from Leeds College of Music. Her operatic roles included Zita in Gianni Schicchi; Zerlatrice in Suor Angelica; Hansel in Hansel & Gretel; Empress in The Poisoned Kiss; Emilia in Otello; Gertrude in Roméo et Juliette and The Third Lady in Die Zauberflöte.  Chan was also invited to perform in the new chamber opera Heart of Coral (world premiere and Taipei re-run) and Datong: the Chinese Utopia (world premiere and London re-run), both commissioned and produced by Hong Kong Arts Festival. She has sung a number of mezzo-soprano/alto solos in sacred repertory, including Handel's Messiah, Mozart's Requiem, Mendelssohn’s Elijah , Dvořák’s Mass in D.

  • CHAN, Michelle

    Chan graduated from HKBU and the Hong Kong Institute of Education with a Bachelor’s Degree in music composition and a Master’s Degree in music and gifted education. During her study, she has learnt conducting, electronic music, percussion and piano pedagogy. Chan’s interest in performing arts began at an early age. She practised piano, ballet and oriental dance in childhood. She used to serve as an artist and stage manager in drama festival. In 1991 and 1994, Chan performed as a choir member with St. Gallen Orchestra in Switzerland, Germany and Poland.

  • LIN, Wendy

    Lin graduated from Auckland University, New Zealand, studying piano performance with Tamas Vesmas, graduating with B.Mus.(Hons.) and M.Mus.(Distinction). With a bursary, she obtained Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Northern College of Music, UK. Lin won second prize in Kerikeri National Piano Competition, New Zealand; first prize in North Shore Piano Competition, New Zealand; and first prize (piano concerto) in Piano/Violin Millennium Classics Competition, Hong Kong. Since 2000, Lin has been the piano accompanist for HKCC. During 2001 to 2010, she had toured with Concert Choir to 15 countries in Europe, Asia, and Australasia. Lin is now a guest piano instructor of the Hong Kong Education University.

  • HUI, Ernest

    Hui is an alumus of HKCC. He graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and studied vocal with Ms Chan Siu-kwan. He was the Music Coach and Resident Composer of the Hong Kong Melody Makers and had travelled and performed with the group extensively. His work was recorded and published in the CUHK Music Department’s 50th Anniversary Celebration CD “Ad Excellentiam”. Hui is now an artist represented by Apple Tree Music Publishing Ltd. He is also the Music Director and Conductor of the Macao Cultural Centre Children’s Choir.

  • 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.

  • LEUNG, Henry

    Leung loves singing since childhood and was once a member of the Music Office Children’s Choir. He started to receive vocal training during his study in Canada. After graduated from the University of Manitoba, he attained various professional qualifications in music including the Diploma in Music Education at the Hong Kong International Institute of Music, ABRSM Grade 8 Singing and also completed the Executive Master of Arts in Arts Management and Entrepreneurship Programme at The Education University of Hong Kong. He worked for some flagship art organizations for years including the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and The Hong Kong Children’s Choir. Currently, he is the General Manager of the Premiere Performances of Hong Kong to promote chamber music.

  • CHEUNG, Veronica

    Cheung has completed her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Degree in Music at the University of Kingston, UK and Master’s degree at HKBU. She has achieved the certificate of Music Education for Secondary school at HKIEd and studied the Music Theatre course at Guildford School of Acting, UK. Cheung is trained in vocal, flute, choral conducting, composing and piano. She has also attained the diploma of ATCL in Vocal performance of Trinity, diploma of LTCL in piano of Trinity and Grade 8 in vocal singing, theory and piano from ABRSM. She is currently the head of the Music Department in a secondary school and chorus member of Hong Kong Opera House.

  • WONG, Appollo

    Bass-baritone and conductor, Wong won first places in Palm Springs Opera Guild Vocal Competition and the Pasadena Opera Guild Vocal Scholarship. He sang in the Hong Kong Arts Festival’s world premiere productions of Chan Hing-yan’s Heart of Coral (Lu Xun), Datong (Kang You Wei). Being an active conductor, Wong is currently Music Director of The Learners Chorus and The Learners Orchestra, Chorus Master of Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus, conductor of the Senior Choirs at St. Paul’s Co-educational College. He has conducted the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and also worked as Music Director of the Hong Kong Youth Choir and Opera Hong Kong Children’s Chorus. He has been principal musical advisor of The Hong Kong Children’s Choir musical Magical Beanland.

  • WONG, Vanessa

    Wong is an HKCC’s alumna and had performed in the Farewell Ceremony of the last HK Governor, Chris Patten in 1997. She was thrice awarded scholarship by Tai Po Art and Cultural Community when she was studying at the Education University of HK (EdUHK) as an undergraduate. She attained her master degree with credit from EdUHK, under the tutelage of Dr Pauline Wong, Dr Annie Mok and Miss Jovita Leung in vocal music and conducting. She participated in workshops conducted by maestros, such as Dr Cheung Sing-pok and Professor Kare Hanken. She also joined the Taipei International Choral Festival. Wong is a school music teacher and had led the school choir to win a number of prizes, including champions and 1st runners-up in Interschool Music Festivals.

  • WONG, Mylthie

    Wong graduated from the music departments of HKU and HKBU with a Bachelor’s (Hons) Degree and a Master’s Degree in Music, majoring in choral conducting, piano performance and pedagogy. She holds a Diploma in piano performance, a Diploma in teaching and a Grade 8 in vocal singing from ABRSM. Wong is enthusiastic in children music education. She received training in Kodaly method as well as in Orff method. She is currently a member of the choir of Opera Hong Kong, the Opera Society of Hong Kong and Gloves Handbell. She participated in various music activities including opera performances and international handbell conferences. She has also appeared as guest performer in various shows.

  • WONG Kwok-yan

    Wong graduated from the Music Department of HKBU, majoring in piano performance. She has studied with Professor Li Ming-qiang, Mr Shiu Yuen-shun, Ms Chan Li-wah Amelia, Mr Ray Wong, Mr Bastien Tai and Ms Li Yuen. Being a member of HKBU Girls’ Choir, Wong participated in overseas performances in USA and Canada. She has also been invited to join many piano master classes. Under her tutelage, her school choir has won the Champion of Primary School Choir (English Section) from 2013 to 2015 Hong Kong Schools Music Festival (Urban Area), the Champion of Primary School Choir (Chinese Section) in 2014, and “The Most Outstanding Primary School Choir (Intermediate)” in 2013

  • WONG, Alexander

    Wong holds a Master of Music degree in Piano Accompanying and Chamber Music from Eastman School of Music and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music (first class honour) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. His major mentors include Jeffie Leung, Dr Mary Wu, Wong Kin-yu and Dr Jean Barr. Currently, Wong is an accompanist of St. Paul Co-educational College Primary School Senior Choir, Young Vocalists, Die Konzertisten, Hong Kong Bach Choir, Musica Viva and part-time Teaching Assistant in the School of Humanities (Music) of the University of Hong Kong.

  • CHING, Elsie

    Ching is a graduate of Bachelor of Arts in Music (Hons) of Hong Kong Baptist University majoring in piano and music education under the tutelage of the pianist Mr Raymond Young. She studied voice with Dr Melody Sze and learnt the harpsichord from Dr David Chung. She has been qualified with LRSM and DipABRSM in Piano Performance and acquired professional proficiencies in various instruments including vocal, violin and flute. Ching started learning piano and receiving choral training from HKCC in 1998. She was also awarded the HKSAR Government Talent Development Scholarship in recognition of her achievement in music. In 2011, she was appointed as the conductor and assistant music director of The Hong Kong Virtuoso Chorus. Being a full-time music teacher, Ching is devoting herself to music education, choral conducting, singing, instrumental performing, and art administration.

  • PANG, Joyce

    Pang graduated from CUHK with a Diploma in Music Education and completed her master degree of arts in music (Distinction) in HKBU in 2015. She began to learn piano, dancing and vocal at a young age. She has been to Singapore, Beijing, Germany and the Netherlands to participate in different music and choir exchange programmes. She attained Grade 8 certificates in vocal singing (Distinction) and harp (Merit) from ABRSM in 2013 and 2011 respectively. Pang was a member of The Pro-Musica Society of Hong Kong, Love Music Academy and CUHK Music Alumni Choir. She aspires to become an outstanding and exemplary music educator.

  • FUNG, Patience

    Fung graduated from HKU and obtained her Master’s Degree in Arts and Cultural Management at the University of South Australia. She passed all graded piano examinations with distinction and has obtained the Licentiate Performer Pianoforte (LTCL). Fung has been a singer and/or pianist for many local choirs and is the Founder of a cappella group “A# Singers” and the Opera Hong Kong Children Chorus. She was the Senior Manager of HKCC and General Manager of Opera Hong Kong. She is currently Chairperson of the HKCC Alumni Chapter and is devoting herself to arts/events management as well as music performance and teaching.

  • TSANG, Kenix

    Born and raised in Hong Kong, Tsang graduated from the Music department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and received her Master degree at the Codarts Rotterdam Conservatory, the Netherlands. She has received lessons from Chan Siu-kwan, Frans Huijts, Roberta Alexander and Dongjian Gong. She is currently a part-time tutor in the School of Humanities (Music) of the University of Hong Kong and vocal coach of HK SingFest. Her recent solo appearance include Durufle’s Requiem; Poulenc’s Gloria and John Rutter’s Gloria; John Rutter's Mass for the children under the composer's baton. With a German lieder programme, she got the 2nd prize in the 17th Osaka International Music Competition (Vocal Recital Course).

  • IP, Vivian

    A native from Hong Kong, Ip is an active choral and orchestral conductor. In the seasons 2016/17 and 2017/18, Ip was appointed by Jaap van Zweden as assistant conductor for the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Currently the music director of Xing-er Symphonic Orchestra, she has worked with Polish Baltic Philharmonic, Vienna Chamber Orchestra, etc. As a choral conductor, she has conducted the Berlin Radio Choir, DR Vokalensemblet, Hong Kong Oratorio Society, Indiana University Symphonic Choir, among others. She has taught conducting in the BA and MA Programme of the Music Department, Chinese University of Hong Kong since 2019 spring.

  • LIU, Jason

    Liu has studied piano, cello, violin and composition from a young age. He attained the Fellowship Diploma of Trinity College London (FTCL) for piano at the age of 13, and the Licentiate Diploma (LTCL) for cello in 2011. His composition were performed and awarded locally and abroad. His recent Cantonese choral work, The Leaf on the Edge, was performed in the 2018 World Choir Games in South Africa; The Moonlight was in the repertoire of the HKCC Tour to Australia 2017. He was an alumnus of HKCC and obtained his Architecture degree at the University of Hong Kong. He was also the Choirmaster of the Hong Kong University Students’ Union Choir and led the performance of Carl Orff’s Carmina Burana in 2016.

  • CHENG, Florence

    Cheng received her Master of Music in Choral Conducting at San Francisco State University, where she obtained a scholarship while studying with Dr Joshua Habermann, and having vocal training with Catherine Cook in the San Francisco Conservatory of Music as second principle study. In 2016, she received her PhD in musicology and choral conducting. She was the conductor and vocal coach of the SFSU choirs, a teaching assistance for music subjects. Apart from university activities, she was also in San Francisco Symphony Chorus, a member and assistant conductor of Symphony Silicon Valley Chorale and Singers. Florence is currently the choral instructor at HKCC, vocal coach of community and school choirs. She actively performs as a choral conductor and singer with diverse repertoire.

  • LAU, Nancy

    Lau started learning piano with John Chan during her teenage. During her study in HKBU Music Foundation programme, she further polished her piano performing skill with Raymond Young. Lau attained her piano performance diploma from Trinity College in 1999 and attained ABRSM piano performance diploma in 2003. After her graduation, Lau focuses on music education career. Recently she is active in piano accompaniment. She was invited by Tom Lee Music as a pianist in the master class of international trombone soloist Jacques Mauger and performed with Jacques and Hong Kong trombone soloist Tony Tsui. She is currently a guest pianist of Hong Kong Festival Wind Orchestra.

  • LAU, Kenneth

    Lau received his piano lesson from Mr Timmy Tsang. He obtained the LRSM Diploma in Piano Performance from ABRSM and the LTCL (Recital) Diploma in Piano Performance from Trinity College of Music, London. Lau is interested in percussion as well and he performed as a percussionist in numbers of concerts. Lau has devoted to piano teaching and accompanying for several years. Besides, he arranged music and composed background music for musicals and was invited to record CDs with choirs. Lau joined The Hong Kong Children's Choir in 2006, he had toured with the choir to Guangzhou in 2016.

  • LAU, Stephanie

    Lau attained her Bachelor’s Degree at HKBU and Postgraduate Diploma at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. She received a silver diploma with HKBU choir in an internal chorus competition in Italy-Canto Sul Garda. She was a music teacher and a choir and percussion chamber conductor. She achieved outstanding results in numerous choir festivals and Hong Kong Schools Music Festivals. Since 2007, Lau has been a full-time musician in music arrangement and production. In 2018, she composed and published the choral songbook Dei kau ho ngai him faan foh sing cheung yee goh.

  • LAU, Kelvin

    Lau graduated from Berklee College of Music, Summa Cum Laude, in Boston, USA, where he was awarded the Berklee Achievement Scholarship to complete his undergraduate studies in jazz and contemporary singing. As a versatile musician, Lau participated in the recording of various commercial jingles, both as a singer and vocal coach, such as Mannings, McDonald's Hong Kong, Links and Ocean Park Hong Kong. In 2011, Lau founded the Hong Kong Virtuoso Chorus and has since been serving as its conductor. Lau is currently teaching in Diocesan Girls’ Junior School and serving as conductor and music consultant for various schools. In 2017, Lau was invited to be the honorary music director for the CDMF Carol Singing Festival, coordinating various Christmas performances.

  • TSE, Colleen

    Tse graduated from the Music Department of HKU with a major in Music and a minor in Education. She finished her Master’s Degree in Environmental Management at HKU. Tse is devoted to her piano and vocal training. She has participated in the school choir performances and she has been the piano accompanist at church. She is currently a piano and vocal tutor. Under the tutelage of her, Tse’s students have outstanding achievements at the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and in exams of ABRSM.

  • NGAI, Jonathan

    Ngai received his Bachelor of Education (Music) with first class honours from The Education University of Hong Kong. He then finished his Master of Music in Choral Conducting from College-Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati in the USA with a full scholarship. He is now serving as a music teacher in a secondary school. Ngai has an extensive record of music education. Apart from experience with the local music curriculum and choirs of all levels, he was an instructor of early childhood music, undergraduate music theory and aural skills. Ngai was a student of famous conductors, Henry Leck and Earl Rivers. He also joined masterclasses conducted by Gabor Hollerung, Wolfgang Katschner and Stephen Cleobury.

  • TAM, Alex

    Graduated from the Opera Course at the Royal Academy of Music in London and the HKAPA, opera singer, choral conductor & composer, Tam has taken leading roles in operas, concerts, and other productions worldwide. He has led The Hong Kong Children’s Choir as a Chorus Instructor in collaboration with the HK Phil to perform Symphony with Christmas Angels in 2011 and Sinfonia Antarctica by Vaughan Williams in 2013. In 2015, he was appointed Chorus Master of a Guinness World Record-breaking event, "ODE TO JOY - Concert of Ten Thousand". Tam is currently the Chorus Director of the Opera Hong Kong, conductor of the HKAPA Choir as well as a voice teacher at the HKAPA..

  • TAM, Thoman

    Tam graduated from the Music Department of HKU. He studied composing with Mr Doming Lam and piano performance with Prof Gabriel Kwok. He obtained the Performance Certificate from Trinity College London, ATCL, LTCL and LMusTCL. He also attained the Advanced Certificate, CT ABRSM and LRSM from ABRSM. In 1996 and 2000, he attended a certificate course organized by International Workshops in Graz, Austria. Tam is currently a member of Hong Kong Music Tutors Union and Hong Kong Piano Teachers' Circle.