• Mylthie WONG

    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 the USA and Canada. She has also been invited to join many piano masterclasses. 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.

  • Elsie CHING

    Ching graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Music (Hons) degree from Hong Kong Baptist University, majoring in Piano and Music Education, under the tutelage of 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.

  • Kenix TSANG

    Born and raised in Hong Kong, Tsang graduated from the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and received her Master's 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 appearances 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).

  • Nancy LAU

    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.

  • Kenneth LAU

    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 HKCC in 2006, he had toured with the choir to Guangzhou in 2016.

  • Kelvin LAU

    Lau is an alumnus of HKCC. He graduated from Berklee College of Music, Summa Cum Laude, in Boston, the USA, where he was awarded the Berklee Achievement Scholarship to complete his music degree. In 2011, Lau founded the Hong Kong Virtuoso Chorus and has since been serving as its conductor. For the past 3 years, Lau has served as Artistic Director of Hong Kong Inter-School Choral Festival. Lau is also active in the international music scene, performing and participating in conferences and festivals in Singapore, Japan, Malaysia and China. In summer 2019, he led Diocesan Girls' Junior School Choir to perform in the Asia Pacific Choral Summit 2019 Opening Concert. He was invited to take part in the summer camp of the Toronto Children's Chorus as a visiting conductor in the same year.

  • Thoman TAM

    Tam graduated from the Music Department of the University of Hong Kong. He studied composing with Mr Doming Lam and piano performance with Professor 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 the Hong Kong Music Tutors Union and Hong Kong Piano Teachers' Circle.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)