Tutors

  • Fion YU

    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.

  • Jilie LAM

    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.

  • May CHAN

    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.

  • Henry LEUNG

    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 HKCC. Currently, he is the General Manager of the Premiere Performances of Hong Kong to promote chamber music.

  • Joyce PANG

    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.

  • Colleen TSE

    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.

  • Jenny CHUNG

    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.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)
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