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Yuen, Viola - F - Hong Kong 

 
 

 

Biography

Viola Yuen is an active composer, arranger, conductor, and an A Cappella singer who is enthusiastic about the application of human voices in various musical compositions. Her music displayed a unique style, originality and profound emotion.
Graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist College and the Academy for Performing Arts, she is now a candidate for Doctoral Degree of Music at the Chinese University of Hong Kong Graduate School, majoring in composition under the supervision of Professor Victor Chan. She also studied under the guidance of Mr. Chan Pui Fan, Mr. Law Wing Fai, Mr. Clarence Mak and Professor Richard Tsang in earlier periods. She was awarded the Lions Joseph Koo Music Foundation Scholarship In 2009, 2010 and 2011, and also the CASH scholarship ( The Composers and Aturs Society of Hong Kong Scholarship) at 2014.
She is the Music Director of the Sregnis Singer, the first contemporary A Cappella group in Hong Kong; a part-time lecturer of the Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts; lecturer of the Bachelor of Music (Honours) programme of Kingston University (UK) and a conductor of the choirs of Hong Kong Music Institute. She is also instructing a choral conducting course under the Sacred Music Commission - Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong, and at the same time acting as a tutor of the DSE composition programme of several secondary schools. Since 1990, she has been appointed a conductor of the Diocesan Choir - Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong. She is also a member of the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong (C.A.S.H.) and a director of the Hong Kong Composers’ Guild.
Recently, the music scores of her nine-part a cappella works was published by the HK Composer Guilds. In addition, the recording of her orchestral piece “Lamentor”, a three-movement music for choir and orchestra, was published in a CD by the HK Composer Guilds. Both publishing projects were supported by the HK Arts Development Council. The orchestral piece “Lamentor” was also chosen as one of the music broadcast in the May 2013 International Rostrum of Composers, held in Prague. It was well received by the DJ’s andcomposers from 28 countries in the event. Her new composition, RITE OF DRAGON, commissioned by the Handbell Association of Hong Kong with sponsorship from CASH Music Fund for the 16th International Handbell Symposium, will have its premiere, along with over six hundred players, in the coming August, in Jeju, Korea.

 

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