• Margaret HUNG

    Hung graduated from the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. 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 Chistoph Manbach, 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 of the IEC courses.

  • Fion YU

    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. 

  • Queenie HO

    Ho obtained the Certificate in Advanced Levels and the Certificate in Ballet Teaching from the Royal Academy of Dance and is now a registered ballet teacher (ARAD) of the Royal Academy of Dance. Also, she obtained the Certificate of Progressing Ballet Technique, to enhance students' technique by focusing on training the muscle memory required in each exercise in all forms of dance. She is now a full-time dance teacher and is involved in dance performance and examinations in different schools and organizations.

  • LIN Ching

    Lin was educated at the usic epartment 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.

  • Catherine TSO

    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.

  • Peony LEUNG

    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.

  • CHAN Chi-chung

    Chan graduated from Hong Kong Polytechnic University with a Bachelor's Degree in Art and Design in Education. He is a multi-discipline designer who focuses on graphic, installation and interior decor and collaborates with different NGOs and schools to organize different art, handcraft and drama workshops. He is also a maker who believes in and promotes local maker culture.

  • Agnes CHAN

    Chan graduated from HKAPA with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons) Degree in Dance majoring in Ballet Education. She achieved the Ballet Teaching Certificate from the Royal Academy of Dance with honours and is now a RAD registered ballet teacher. Chan participated in various performances and joined tours to South Africa and Guangzhou. She awarded scholarships including Jackie Chan Scholarship and Ballet Lecturer Scholarship. She joined the Education and Outreach Department of the Hong Kong Ballet and has taught at HKAPA junior program. She joins HKCC in 1999.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)