• Melody CHAN

    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.

  • 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. She now actively participates in different choruses. Being a master student in HKU Social Work, she was the Choirmaster of the 2016-2017 session of Union Choir, HKUSU, and has received the Talent Development Scholarship under the HKSAR Government Scholarship Fund and Dean's Honours List.

  • Dominique CHAN

    Chan is an alumna of HKCC and received her Postgraduate Diploma in Performance (Voice) from Leeds College of Music. Her operatic roles included Santuzza in Cavalleria Rusticana; Zita in Gianni Schicchi; 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. Recent performances included This Victoria Has No Secrets Blah Blah Blah with Yat Po Singers; Requiem HK with CCDC and Yat Po Singers; Gute Nacht Mondlicht, Hercules at the Crossroads with HK SingFest.

  • Michelle CHAN

    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.

  • Wendy LIN

    Lin graduated from Auckland University, New Zealand, studying piano performance with Tamas Vesmas and obtained B.Mus. (Hons.) and M.Mus. (Distinction). With a bursary, she obtained Postgraduate Diploma at the Royal Northern College of Music, the UK. Lin won the second prize in Kerikeri National Piano Competition, New Zealand. Since 2000, Lin has been the piano accompanist in HKCC. During 2001 to 2010, Lin had toured with the choir to 15 countries in Europe, Asia and Australasia. She also participated in the CD and DVD productions of HKCC & Friends, With Love from Hong Kong, Choral Music Around the World, Children's Chorisma and 35th Anniversary Musical Hong Kong Rocks. Lin is a guest piano instructor at The Education University of Hong Kong.

  • Ernest HUI

    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.

  • 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.

  • Veronica CHEUNG

    Cheung has completed her Bachelor of Arts (Hons) Degree in Music at the University of Kingston, the 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, the 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.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)