• Minnie CHAU

    Chau graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 1999, majoring in Western Percussion, under the tutelage of Dr Lung Heung Wing and Dr Alan Cumberland. After graduation, she visited Ghana twice to learn Ghanaian traditional African drum and dance culture with Dr Paschal Yao Young and Dr Zelma Badu Young. In 2014, she followed the Harmony Road music founder Jan Keyser to learn the music teaching method for toddlers and  young children. Chau currently is teaching in many primary and secondary schools as well as kindergartens. Chau's teaching style focuses on an enjoyable learning experience. Teaching in a simple and easy-to-understand manner through small games. In addition to technical skills, she pays more attention to students' comprehensive cognition and cultivates their musician's attitude.

  • Abby CHAN

    Graduated from Royal Northern College of Music with Master of Performance (Distinction), Chan is a percussionist under the tutelage of James Boznos and Aziz D. Marnard Luce. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music from CUHK, under the tutorship of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra percussionist Sophia Woo. As an active percussionist, Chan has collaborated with various orchestras, concert bands and ensembles. She was a freelance percussion player of Hallé Orchestra in the United Kingdom and was invited to perform in the UK tour. As a core member of RNCM Percussion Ensemble, she collaborated with renowned soloist Le Yu in China Tour 2019, giving eight sold-out concerts in major China concert halls.

  • 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 about 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 a guest performer in various shows.

  • LAU Ting-wing

    Lau graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2002, majoring in Western Percussions under the tutelage of Dr Lung Heung-wing, former Principal Percussionist of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and founder of Hong Kong Percussion Centre. She also learned the timpani with Professor Alan Cumberland, who served as the principal timpanist of London Symphony Orchestra for 20 years. During her study, she obtained her Licentiate from Royal Schools of Music (Percussion Performing). As a freelance percussionist, Lau played with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Macao Orchestra, Hong Kong Strings, Pan Asia Symphony, Global Symphony Orchestra, and some other local music groups. Lau is currently teaching percussions in a number of primary and secondary schools.

  • Cherry CHENG

    Cheng graduated from The Chinese University of Hong Kong with a Bachelor of Arts in Music, majoring in percussion and was under the tutelage of Louis Siu, former Principal Percussion of Macao Orchestra and the founder of Toolbox Percussion. During her studies at CUHK, Cheng specialized in music pedagogy and was commended on Dean’s List. Cheng also participated in percussion festivals in Japan and Australia to pursue advanced study in percussion. As a freelance percussionist, Cheng has played with various orchestras, including Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra, Gustav Mahler Orchestra, Hong Kong String Orchestra, and Hong Kong Chamber Wind Philharmonia. Being enthusiastic about music education, Cheng is devoted to teaching percussion in several schools and music centres and has performed with Toolbox Percussion in their local educational tour.

(Names are listed in Chinese surname stroke count order)