Vocal Ensemble 2 copy

Vocal Ensemble

 CLAUDE LE JEUNE  

- Une puce j’ai dedans l’oreille hélas! for Vocal Quintet 

 

JAN PIETERSZOON SWEELINCK 

- Depuis le jour que je vous vei for Vocal Quintet 

 

PIERRE PASSEREAU 

- Il est bel et bon for Vocal Quintet 

(Front, left to right)

Shum Hei Wing Tammy 沈喜詠, Soprano II

Tammy Shum, a student of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree of Arts in Music, majoring in voice under the tutelage of soprano Ms. Margaret Yim. She started her music training as a violinist and currently studying violin with Ms. Amelia Chan. She has obtained the Trinity ATCL Singing Recital with distinction and is an award-winner in the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. She was also awarded the Good Hope Singers Scholarship, the Martin Tai Memorial Awards, the Helen Yung Awards, the Choir Loyalty Award and Tuition Scholarships for Choir Members during her studies at Good Hope School for her outstanding music performances and contribution to the School Choir.

 

As a singer, Tammy has participated in vocal masterclass from Dr. Allen Henderson and George Tsontakis. She has also experienced musical exchange in Norway, Canada, Rome, Poland and Macau with the Good Hope School Choir. She appeared as the soloist when competing for the Grand Prize in Per Musicam Ad Astra held in Torun, Poland in 2017. She also performed as the violin soloist in Fundy Sound International Choral Festival under the baton of Dr. Z. Randall Stroope in Canada in 2016. She is now a member of the Opera Hong Kong Chorus.

Yu Waisy 余韋嬨, Soprano I

Waisy Yu is pursuing her Bachelor’s Degree in Music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She started studying vocals in 2016 under Miss Alison Lau and currently under the tutelage of Ms. Margaret Yim. With Ms. Yim’s guidance, Waisy has participated in the K.Wah Opera Hong Kong Summer School’s take on the Magic Flute in 2018, playing the Queen of Night. She has also performed in the Happy Prince and the Other Wiseman with Bel Canto Singers, taking the role as Slave girl. Recently, she has attended materclass by Mr. Gregory Massingham and Dr. Allen Henderson.

 

Due to her enthusiasm on choral singing, Waisy actively participates in various of choirs including Die Konzertisten, Hong Kong Philharmonic Chorus and Aqua Voice. In 2019, she has performed Berlioz’s Lelio in the 47th Hong Kong Arts Festical with Die Konzertisten under the baton of renowned conductor Maxime Pascal. Other notable performances include performing Bruckner’s Mass in E minor, John Rutter’s Gloria, Vivaldi’s Gloria with Die Konzertisten, as well as performing Donizetti’s Maria Stuarda with Musica Viva Opera Chorus.

 

(Back, left to right)

 

Li Tsz Nok Carlos 李梓諾, Bass

Carlos Li is a Year 2 Music student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong and is studying voice under the guidance of Mr. Caleb Woo. Carlos is an active chorister and has performed under the baton of Jaap van Zweden, Jonathan Cohen and Maxime Pascal. Last year, he was invited to perform as a soloist in concerts of La Salle Primary School Choir and La Salle Old Boys’ Choir. In November of the same year, he premiered in Du Yun’s opera Angel's Bone, conducted by renowned American conductor Daniela Candillari. Currently, Carlos is a choir member of Die Konzertisten, Die Jungen Konzertisten, SingFest Choral Academy and Chung Chi Choir, CUHK.

Wong Kin Yee 黃健怡, Alto

Wong Kin Yee Winky has been participating in choirs since childhood. She was an active member of the Choir in her alma mater, the Belilios Public School, and also one of the Captains in 2014-2015. Winky joined The Greeners’ Sound after her graduation in 2016 and is currently the Conductor of the choir.

 

Wong has also participated in various music events, such as SingFest, Hong Kong International a cappella Extravaganza and Chan Fai Young x Women’s Choir Concert. Wong is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, majoring in voice under the tutelage of Mr. Caleb Woo.

Yu Yui Tim Timothy 余睿添, Tenor

Timothy Yu is currently a music student and vocal major in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He received vocal training from Isabel Gentile and Roberto Abbondanza, both renowned singers from Italy, and has been selected to study under Roberto Abbondanza in the summer of 2015, thus receiving the New Dragon Bay Scholarship in the 2017 vocal masterclass in Castel Viscardo, Italy. Yu has also been selected to study under renowned soprano Helen Donath in Mozarteum of Salzburg during the summer of 2018. Yu is currently studying under renowned Hong Kong soprano Yuki Ip Po-Ching. Yu was awarded the champion of both Chinese and Foreign language of baritone voice and the Ms Babara Fei Vocal Solo Prize Champion. He is also awarded the Brother Cassian Memorial Trophy for the Art Song category in the 70th Hong Kong Schools Music Festival.

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