Helen started playing piano at the age of four. She began classical training in voice 17 years ago and continues to take lessons to this day. Helen has over 15 years of teaching experience. While she has prepared many students for Royal Conservatory of Music examinations and competitions, her passion is to inspire students to explore the power of sounds and to teach them how to play by ear. Her classes are designed to be fun and engaging. Helen will soon be studying the Sound Healing Associates Degree Program at the Globe Institute and intends on becoming a Sound Healer.
Besides music, Helen is also a certified holistic nutritionist and a juice fanatic.
Finding his passion in music during the years at Diocesan Boys’ School, Lee rose to leadership in his alma mater’s school choirs, discovering his enthusiasm for education. In his chairmanship, he led the senior choirs to South Africa, participating in the 10th World Choir Games. The choirs obtained spectacular results, claiming 3 Gold Medals, 2 Champions, and landing the title as the 1st ranking Male Choir in the INTERKULTUR choir ranks.
Throughout his musical endeavor, Lee had taken the international stage in the USA, UK, South Africa, and Japan. He has also represented Hong Kong in multiple international choir projects and performed at various events and platforms, including singing at the TED Talk and events by the Hong Kong Jockey Club. Lee’s repertoire covers a variety of music genres, including but not limited to Classical, Broadway, and Pop.
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Cara composed her first song at the age of 5 (Busy-Dizzy Day) and her first piano piece when she was 11 years old (Lunchtime). Since Lunchtime, she has further explored piano composition. In 2015, she completed a Bachelor of Music degree with a History/Theory specialization from the University of Toronto. Cara then completed a Master of Music degree in Music Technology and Digital Media at the same school, in 2019. Throughout these years, she wrote works for piano, voice, choir, violin, brass quintet, and more. Currently, she is working on her first musical, From Straw to Gold, based on the tale of Rumpelstiltskin. Cara enjoys teaching children, and has instructed them in piano, theory, history, vocal, and composition.