• Yuri IMAMURA

    Imamura obtained a Master of Arts in Music at Hong Kong Baptist University with Distinction, concentrating on conducting and various pedagogies. She also has an ANCOS Level 4 Certification for Orff Pedagogy and received training in Dalcroze Eurythmics. 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.

  • Joanne KONG

    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 majored in choral conducting. During her studies, she received the 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.

  • Sarah LEE

    Dr Lee received her Doctor of Education from the Education University of Hong Kong (Creative Arts and Music Education). She is the Music Director of Mini Cake Theatre, writer of the Kindergarten Music Book Series Music Ferris Wheels, Lecturer of the Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary, Guest Lecturer of the HKIVE, Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Sacred Music Service, former Music Supervisor of the Hong Kong Treble Choir, Board of Directors of the Hong Kong Treble Choirs' Association. She attained the Master of Arts in Music (CUHK), Bachelor of Arts (MECO) (USyd), Diploma Associate in Music in the subject of piano (AMEB), and Associate of the Royal Schools of Music (ARSM) in Singing (ABRSM).

  • LEE Oi-yen

    Lee is a music graduate of The Chinese University of Hong Kong. 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.

  • Tony LAM

    Brought up as a chorister in HKCC, Lam has developed a deep connection with choral music and singing. He graduated from Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and obtained his degree majoring in Composition and Electronic music with Law Wing-fai. Lam has worked with the Academy as an accompanist since 2009. He has also taught various choirs since then. Apart from his pedagogical duties, he is actively involved in singing groups such as BRIO, Acapapas and the BCSF ensemble, which he sings as the bass and arranges songs that bring new sonority to the traditional repertoire

  • Wesley LAM

    Lam is a member of Opera Hong Kong Young Artist Programme, he teaches at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Junior Academy, HKU Space, and Hong Kong Repertory Theatre. With the support of scholarships, he finished his Master of Music (Voice) at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and Bachelor of Arts (Music) at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is studying with Prof Nancy Yuen, Head of Vocal Studies at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. 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.

  • HUNG Ting

    Hong was a full scholarship student at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she obtained her bachelor's degree with first-class honour in solo piano performance and received her Master of Music degree a year later. During her time in the United Kingdom, she was invited to perform in multiple venues such as Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, Leeds Art Gallery and St. Martin-in-the-Fields. Hong earned her second Master of Music degree majoring in Accompanying and Chamber Music studying with Jean Barr at the Eastman School of Music, where she worked as the pianist in orchestras and choirs.

  • Irene CHEN

    Chen obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Music at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. 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.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)