Yeung Tsz Ting
LO Po-yan is currently a doctoral student of EdUHK, where she attained her Bachelor’s Degree majoring in music. She also has obtained the Master of Arts in Music from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She was awarded the Licentiate Diploma in Recital in Voice (LTCL) from the Trinity College of London, in addition to the Advanced Certifcate in Jazz and the Associate Teacher Diploma from the Australian Teachers of Dancing Association. She has participated in many different concerts and singing competitions with excellent results. In 2002, she gained second place, Outstanding Performance Award and Most Popular Performer Award in the World Chinese New Talent Singing Competition. In 2005, she won the Lion’s Club World Youth Folk Song Competition. In 2006, she also gained the Golden Honor in the solo singing section of the World Chinese Art Festival. She got the Choral Scholarship Award of Tai Po District Arts Advancement Association in both 2007and 2008. Lo is also frequently worked in different music and choral education events. In 2014, Lo newly established the WAO!Singers which aims to smash the traditional practices of community choirs, and to sow the musical seeds around the community. Lo currently is the artistic director of the WAO!Singers, music director of the Tai Po Children.
Yeung Tsz Ting
Yeung Tsz Ting, Phoebe, is currently studying at Concordia University Wisconsin for a Master degree in Church Music with particular emphasis on the handbell. She previously graduated from the Education University of Hong Kong (EduHK) with a Bachelor of Education (Honors) Degree in music education. She studied choral conducting with Mr. Henry Leck, Dr. Alexa Doebele and Ms. Theodora Pavlovitch.
Phoebe performs regularly and actively seeks exchanges overseas. Indeed she has not only undertaken exchanges in the University of Washington, and Butler University but has also performed in the Nara University of Education and the 2012 International Society for Music Education Conference.
Since 2012 Phoebe has directed various handbell, handchime and belleplate ensembles in different organizations including both primary and secondary schools. She was a music teacher in a secondary school, project manager in “WAO! Singers”, conductor of the Tai Po Children Choir and singer in the Hong Kong Melody Makers to help promoting music education in handbell and choral music.
CLORIS Chin graduated from The Education University of Hong Kong, awarded Bachelors degree of Music in Education (Contemporary music and performance pedagogy), majoring in Voice. She obtained performance diploma (ATCL) with distinction on voice and ABRSM grade 8 certificate with distinction on Piano.
Cloris is currently a conductor of various community choir and school choir including Music Children Foundation, Tai Po Children Choir, Yuen Long Children Choir, School Choir of St. Francis of Assisi’s English Primary School.