• Albert LIM

    Lim obtained his Postgraduate Diploma and Certificate in Performance with Distinction from the Royal College of Music after completing his Bachelor of Music (Honors) degree at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Lim is passionate about opera and has participated in a number of productions and performances. He has played Barone in La Traviata, Dancairo in Carmen and Guglielmo in Le Villi. Lim has been a guest soloist in concerts and operas and has worked with many local choirs and orchestras. He was invited by the Shanghai Opera House to perform the role of Dancairo in Carmen under the baton of Michel Plasson.

  • LIN Ching

    Lin was educated at the Music Department 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. Lin had participated in an early childhood course offered by the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) and had obtained a certificate in art therapy and the ABRSM Grade 8 singing certificate. Lin has taught piano performance, piano pedagogy, music theory and aural training in several music institutions such as HKAPA. She is now the accompanist of the Concert Choir of HKCC. She performed with the choir in Hungary, Austria, Finland, Estonia, Germany, the UK, Japan, Korea and Mainland China in the past few years. Lin is also keen on composing music. The world premiere performance of her choral pieces had been performed in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre in the past two years.

  • Rebecca LAM

    Graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University, Lam was awarded BA (1st Hon) in Music, BSc (1st Hon) in Applied Biology and M.Phil. During her studies, she won several scholarships including the Hong Kong Children's Choir Scholarship for voice major students. Lam obtained ATCL in Singing and ATCL in Piano from Trinity College London under the tutelage of Ms CHAN Siu Kwan and Ms Grace LAU. She also obtained Grade 8 in Flute from ABRSM. Lam has been a Choral Instructor at The Hong Kong Children's Choir since 2000, and she also served as Music Panel Head in secondary schools for years. Under Lam's direction, her school choirs achieved outstanding results in various local or international music or choral festivals. Highlighted achievements include Category Winner (Youth Equal Voices) of Orientale Concentus VII, July 2014 in Singapore; The Best Girls' Choir of the Year, and The Most Outstanding Secondary School Choir of the Year (Division 2) in the 67th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival.

  • Burnett YUEN

    Yuen is a graduate of the University of Hong Kong where she studied music and applied child development. She started learning piano at a young age. She studied piano with Ms Eleanor Wong and Ms Chan Li-wah Amelia. She obtained the diploma of FTCL in piano from Trinity College London and LRSM in piano from ABRSM. She is now receiving professional string and vocal training. Yuen had been teaching children music since she was studying in university and she is experienced in the field.

  • Candy CHIK

    As a coloratura soprano and choral conductor, Chik has been the soloist in the BBC Planet Earth II with Hong Kong Philharmonic, the Second Spirit in The Magic Flute (Fuzhou and Hong Kong) with Opera Hong Kong, and soloist in Opera HK schools outreach programme. Chik is currently the assistant chorus master of Opera HK and pianist of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Choir. She has also been selected as a member of the HK Phil Chorus Fellowship Programme. Chik was an instructor at the HKU SPACE, voice coach at the CU Chorus, conductor at the OHK Children Chorus, and pianist at the Yip's Children's Choir with whom she performed in 18 countries. Chik graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (Voice) after a BA (Music) degree as a piano major, and an M.Phil degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, which awarded her a scholarship to study Jazz at McGill University. She has been furthering her study overseas and locally in choral conducting, voice and acting.

  • Peggie CHAN

    Chan graduated from the Music Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, with piano as her performance major. She was a recipient of the Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarship. Later, she was awarded a Master's degree in Music and Music Education from Columbia University. During her studies there, she was appointed to participate in the Master's program "Vocal Literature and Interpretation” and served as its rehearsal and concert pianist. Apart from studying, she also worked as a kindergarten teacher in New York City. Chan had also been the pianist for the Master's course "Practical Studies in Musicianship and Conducting (Choral)" at CUHK.

  • Ernest HUI

    An alumnus of HKCC, Hui graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Masters degree in Music (Composition). He is a local composer and choral conductor and was the music director for the Macao Cultural Centre Childrens Choir, and the acapella coach and arranger for Vocal Asia and VAF for Kids. Huis current productions include Missing Our Echoes as the music director; Assemblages as the chorus master; King of Singers as the actor Keyman. His music has been performed across the globe and with his arrangement of Amazing Grace, he won the sacred choral music category in the 2020 SMP Press Composition Competition. His latest work, St Johns Mass (in Cantonese), was commissioned in celebration of the 170th Anniversary of St Johns Cathedral and was highly acclaimed.

  • Apollo WONG

    Bass-baritone and conductor, Wong won first places in Palm Springs Opera Guild Vocal Competition and the Pasadena Opera Guild Vocal Scholarship. He sang in the Hong Kong Arts Festival's world premiere productions of Chan Hing-yan's Heart of Coral (Lu Xun), Datong (Kang You Wei). Being an active conductor, Wong is currently Music Director of The Learners Chorus and The Learners Orchestra, Chorus Master of Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus, conductor of the Senior Choirs at St. Paul's Co-educational College. He has conducted the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and also worked as Music Director of the Hong Kong Youth Choir and Opera Hong Kong Children's Chorus. He has been principal musical advisor of HKCC musical Magical Beanland.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)