Winnie Ng graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist University with a degree in music (honours) majoring in composition and flute/piccolo performance. She has extensive orchestral and chamber performance experience. Since an early age, she has developed a passion for music. She taught herself the violin and piano during her primary education and formally commenced her flute studies at Rosaryhill School. She took lessons with Ms. Linda Stuckey, the flute and piccolo player at the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra and passed the ABRSM Grade 8 exam in flute with a distinction. Over the recent years, she attained the highest-level FTCL and LTCL (with distinction) recital diploma qualifications of Trinity College London. Her composition entry in the “New Generation” competition was performed by a professional percussion band Jenga Percussion Ensemble and broadcast live on RTHK Radio 4. Winnie is a regular performer. She performed at the “Behind the music” charity concert in March this year conducted by Mr. Tsang-hei Chiu who is a famous pop songs producer in HK and the Millennium Youth Orchestra (MYO), organised by Lifeline Express. This month, she performed with the MYO and the Hong Kong Children’s Musical Theatre (CMT) at the “Winter Melon Tale” (大冬瓜唱遊香港) musical. After her performance at the Hong Kong Maritime Museum last month with the 《Blow and Bows Quartet》as the leading flutist, music arranger and music director, she had performances with the quartet at the museum in July and Sept 2016.
Calvin started playing violin when he was 6 years old. He was studying under Prof. Yang Bao Zhi, Ms. Zhu Bei and Mr. Chai Zhi Hong. Now he is studying with Mr. Ivan Chan. Calvin won numerous prizes in Hong Kong Music Festival since he was studying in the primary school, including the 2nd place of Miss Barbara Fei Instrumental Scholarship and 2nd place of Hong Kong Strings Scholarship for Stringed Instruments. Calvin passed in the exam of ATCL, LTCL, FTCL in the year of 2005, 2006 and 2009. In 2012, he was participating in the Asian Youth Orchestra, and concerts in Hong Kong, China, Japan and Taiwan. In 2014 summer, Calvin joined the Kent Blossom Music Festival. In 2017, he was one of the winners of the Concerto Trial in the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Moreover, Calvin participates in different concerts in Hong Kong. He is one of the player of the Young Pro Platform (season 2021/22), and the freelance player of the Hong Kong Sinfonietta.
CK Wong is a pianist and cellist, graduated from the Bachelor of Arts in Creative Arts and Culture (Music) at The Education University of Hong Kong. WONG studied playing the piano when she was young and she studied cello now. Also, WONG achieved the ATCL Piano Recital (Distinction) at Trinity College London and Grade 8 music theory at The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. Besides, WONG have diverse interests such as taking photographs, not only playing instruments and she was the pianist and cellist in Hong Kong Elite Chamber Orchestra.
自幼受古典音樂薰陶，學習小提琴、鋼琴、二胡。曾任浸會大學弦樂團首席、亞洲室樂團第二小提琴首席，並代表香港參與於俄羅斯葉卡捷琳堡舉辦的「第三屆歐亞音樂節」、烏拉爾愛樂樂團首席 Evgeny Markov 小提琴大師班、斯洛伐克國際音樂節中取得弦樂金獎、曼谷國際音樂節總決賽、釜山國際音樂節表演嘉賓等等。
除了世界各地過百場演出經驗外，亦曾與多個國際享負盛名的獨奏者合作並同台演出，當中包括美國小提琴家 Joshua Bell、香港鋼琴家李嘉齡（Colleen Lee）、香港鋼琴家查可倫（Helen Cha），著名指揮家 Vassily Sinaisky、著名指揮家黃屹、香港歌星譚詠麟、蘇永康、謝安琪等等合作。
Ginny Tin is an experienced teacher and musician. Ms Ginny is expected to be graduated from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (London, UK) in 2020, she has also completed her Bachelor of Arts in Music degree in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Ms Ginny frequently works with local orchestras and ensembles. She is also active in performing and competing as a soloist.