What better way to ring in the holiday season than a Christmas concert?
Join us and be serenaded with some of your favorite jazzy Christmas tunes,
accompanied with a nice glass of wine and a plate full of dessert to get you
in the holiday spirit.
Meet the Team
Check out our performers and learn more about them below.
Tiffany Lee Tin Yan is a Hong Kong-born soprano who enjoys singing various styles, such as classical, musical, pop, and jazz. She received her Bachelor of Music (Honours) Degree in Vocal and Opera Studies from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. During these years, Tiffany has performed in various productions such as opera, original Cantonese musicals brought by Actors' Family, and jazz shows at Freespace Jazz Fest 2022 and she is also a Cantonese dubbing singer for some animated films. She is also a singing tutor, teaching one-on-one/group classes and also coaching for primary to secondary schools' musical shows.
Music Director / Pianist
Born and raised in Hong Kong, pianist Mia Wong Sin Hang is an active performer and frequent winner of competitions. She studied at the HKAPA Junior Program and undergraduate degree under the tutelage of Ms. Yim Wan and Ms. Julie Kuok respectively. During the years she was the recipient of several scholarships, including Jackie Chan Charitable Foundation Scholarships, Tom Lee Music Scholarships, as well as the Society of APA Local Scholarships. She then pursued a Master of Performance Degree at the Royal College of Music with a full scholarship supported by the Muriel, Lady Kadoorie Scholarship, and had the privilege to study with legendary professor Norma Fisher. Mia is now a visiting student at the HKAPA, studying with professor Gabriel Kwok.
She is also a frequent winner in piano competitions including winning 3rd place in the Tunbridge Wells International Music Competition, 4th place in the 6th Kawai Asia Piano Competition, and 2nd place in the 2nd Hong Kong International Music for Young Pianists. Mia has also participated in several music festivals in the USA, including the Rebecca Penneys Piano Festival in Florida and Classical Bridge Festival in New York. She has played in various masterclasses held by world-renowned pianists, such as Graham Scott, Arnulf Von Arnim, Aquiles Delle Vigne, and Maxim Mogilevsky. Mia is also an active performer, both as a soloist and playing chamber music in venues such as St Mary Abbots Church, Austrian Cultural Forum in London, Steinway Hall and Kaufman Music Center in New York, and Act City Concert Hall in Hamamatsu.
Hokyin Kam is a Hong Kong saxophonist of the young generation, chamber musician. He
graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Royal Conservatory of
Brussels in a class managed by Professor Alain Crepin and Vincent David. Now he is pursuing the advanced master degree with Mariano Garcia in LUCA School of Arts.
Hokyin Kam has won many prestigious awards during international competitions. His
most important achievements include: Second prize in Concours International Léopold
Bellan (2018), second prize in Concorso Internazionale di Musica per Giovani
Interpreti “Citta di Chieri” (2022).
As a student at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing, he is often invited to perform with professional orchestras in Hong Kong, namely the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, The Hong Kong Wind Philharmonic, and Hong Kong Chamber Wind Philharmonic. With his outstanding academic performance, he received scholarships from Hong Kong SAR Government, The Reaching Out Award, Talent Development Scholarship as well as Grantham Scholarships, which support him to participate in international music activities, such as The American Saxophone Academy, Bretagne Saxophone Academy, Hong Kong International Symposium and the Taiwan Saxophone Summer Camp.
He is strongly involved in developing a new saxophone repertoire. He is now working
several pieces for saxophone arrangement by Dai Fujikura, Gotthard Odermatt, etc.
As a chamber musician, Hokyin Kam regularly performs with pianist Teruma
Kyotani with whom they perform as the Duo Mirage. They are often invited by the
Belgium non-profit making organization Orfeo to participate in social service.