FACULTY

Eleanor Wong

A.R.A.M., G.R.S.M., L.R.A.M., A.R.C.M., Recital Dip. R.A.M.)
Postgraduated Dip. (Manhattan School of Music, New York)

Ms. Wong is the Artist-In-Resident of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and is a regular visiting teacher to Shenzhen School of Arts. Her students have won many national and international competitions. As a performer, Ms. Wong has concertized in England, United States, China and Hong Kong. Ms. Wong is an active adjudicator and lecturer and has given Master Classes in Beijing and Sichuan. She is the Chairman of The Hong Kong Piano Teachers Association. Her teachers have included Arthur Balsam and Vlado Perlemuter.

Helen Wong

M.Mus., University of Michigan, A.R.AM., L.R.S.M.

Ms. Wong was on the piano faculty of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts before joining the San Francisco Conservatory of Music and The Menuhin faculty at the Nueva School in Hillsborough, California. Ms. Wong is an active performer, adjudicator and lecturer. She has concertized in the U.K., U.S.A., China and Hong Kong. She has given lectures and Master Classes in Sichuan and Beijing and has adjudicated the Bartok Festival of California, the U.S. Open Piano Competition, the Menuhin - Dowling Young Musicians Competition and The Hong Kong Schools Music Festival. Her teachers have included Max Pirani and Gyorgy Sander.

Tak Lun Wong

G.R.S.M., L.R.S.M.

Born in Macau and raised in Hong Kong, Ms. Wong has a solid background in Music Education. Having won numerous awards and scholarships, she was a graduate of the Royal Academy of Music in London. Her distinguished teaching career includes the Wycombe Abbey School in Buckinghamshire from 1970 -77. From 1977-98, she was head of Music Department at the Sacred Heart Canossian College, Hong Kong. At present, Ms. Wong is the Chairman of the Music Sub-committee of the Hong Kong Schools Music & Speech Association.

Mary Mei-Loe Wu

A.R.C.M. (Hons), M.MUS., D.M.A.

Giving her first public appearance at the age of three, she has benefited from numerous teachers including her mother Constance Wu, Betty Drown, Peter Norris, Lous Kentner, Kendall Taylor, Phyllis Sellick, Ruth Dysan, Vlado Perlemuter and Guido Agosti. An active performer, she has given recitals in Europe, North America, East Asia and Hong Kong. Ms. Loo is on the faculty of theHong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, University of Hong Kong, Baptist University and Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Nancy Loo

M.Mus., The Juilliard School

Born in Hong Kong, Ms. Loo has won numerous international competitions, including the 'Rina Sala Gallo', 'Marguerite Long'', 'Viotti' and the 'Premjo Jaen'. Her teachers have included Adele Marcus, Vlado Perlemuter and Guido Agosti. An active performer, she has given recitals in Europe, North America, East Asia and Hong Kong, where she performs regularly with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Since 1985, Ms. Loo is on the faculty of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, University of Hong Kong, Baptist University and Chinese University of Hong Kong. Currently, she presents a music programme on Radio 4, Radio TV H.K. and writes for magazines and newspapers.

Li Miang Qiang

Internationally known recording artist, concert pianist, teacher and competition judge. Prof Li has concertized extensively throughout the world, and performed with major orchestras. He has recorded works of many composers including Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Liszt, Mozart, Rachmaninov and Schubert. In recent years, Prof. Li has been lecturing and giving master classes around the world.

17 JULY - 4 AUGUST, 2017
ST. MARKS SCHOOL, ALDRICH BAY
SHAUKIEWAN, HONG KONG