Founder & Music Director
Ms. GIGI LAW
Ms Gigi is graduated from St Mary’s Canossian College, she was the pianist of both school orchestra and school choir. She then went to Western Australia and obtained the Bachelor of Business degree double majored in both Hospitality Management and Human Resources Management from Edith Cowan University. After graduation, she came back to Hong Kong and completed the Master degree of Arts in Music majoring in Music for Young Children from Hong Kong Baptist University. At the same time, she also took the Professional Diploma Certificate courses of Music Education for Early Childhood from the Hong Kong Baptist Continuing Education. Ms Gigi mainly focuses on piano teaching and accompaniment and is experienced in getting excellent results from music examinations and competitions.
Head of Strings
Dr. Biffa Kwok
A native of Hong Kong, Dr. Biffa Kwok studies with Chu Tong Lo and graduates with a Bachelor of Music Degree in Violin Performance from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in 2013. Kwok holds a Master Degree in Violin Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music, under the tutelage of Mikhail Kopelman, former leader of the legendary Borodin and Tokyo String Quartets. Kwok also holds a Doctorate degree at the Mead Witter School of Music in the University of Wisconsin-Madison under the tutelage of David Perry, the leader of the Pro Arte Quartet.
In light of his outstanding achievements and accomplishments in performance, Dr. Kwok is the recipient of numerous awards, including the ExxonMobil Scholarship, Chan Ho Choi Enchanting Music Scholarship and the Eastman Graduate Assistantship. During his years at the UW-Madison, Kwok is a recipient of the prestigious Paul Collins fellowship, where he also serves as the concertmaster of the UW-Symphony orchestra and was selected as the winner of the 2016 concerto competition as well as the James R. Smith Orchestral Leadership award. During his time at Madison, Kwok is selected to play in the Madison Symphony Orchestra as a section violinist. In addition to his private teaching experiences for many years, Kwok also has extensive experiences in teaching instrumental classes in different schools including the Yaumati Catholic Primary School, Kowloon Tong School (Primary Section), Methodist School, Eastman Community Music School, and UW-Madison Community Music Lessons. In recent years, Kwok also teaches in the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts as an Honours Project advisor. As a freelance musician, he frequently performs with different orchestras, such as the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, Opera Hong Kong, In-heritage Philharmonic e.t.c.
Consultant of Woodwind
Ms. Chloe Leung
Leung Hoi Kei, Chloe graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music majoring in flute performance and pedagogy at Hong Kong Baptist University under the tutelage of Mr. Olivier Nowak, co-principal flute of Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. Leung further continued her music studies with Mr. Vicens Prats, principal flute of Orchestre de Paris, at Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris, Alfred Cortot.
Leung performed as a guest flautist in the Hong Kong Generation Next Arts Music Festival 2020 and 2021 as well as the Hong Kong Arts Festival Outreach Project. Leung was also selected as principal flute and piccolo in the prestigious Asian Youth Orchestra in 2017 world tour where she performed in the Lucerne Festival, Young Euro Classic, Ravello Festival. Leung’s passion in flute performance also brought her to Domaine Forget and Académie Internationale d’été de Nice. Her musical accomplishments have won her several scholarships.
She has also participated in a number of master classes and studied with distinguished flautists including Emmanuel Pahud, Denis Bouriakov, Jasmine Choi, Catherine Cantin, Vincent Lucas, Jean Ferrandis, Davide Formisano, Jacinthe Forand, Susan Palma-nidel, Karen Jones, Claudio Montafia and Jari S. Puhakka.
After relocating to Hong Kong, Leung is currently a freelance flute player of City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, Opera Hong Kong Orchestra and Musica Viva Opera Orchestra. She is also the principal flute of Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra. Leung is an active teacher as well. She is the flute teacher of Yip’s Children’s Choral and Performing Arts Centre and also numbers of secondary and primary schools.