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Ardis Huang

ArDis graduated from Sydney Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music studies, major in piano. She received an International Merit scholarship from University of Sydney based on her academic merit. Throughout her years of music study in Australia, ArDis received piano performance instructed by several great pianists, including Dr. Katie Zhukov, Gerard Willems and Clement Leske.

ArDis has started learning music at the age of four, which provides her with good knowledge in various music instruments, theory and aural. ArDis has been actively participating in different musical teams, orchestra, chamber, band and choir groups, and performed in various events.

As an experienced music teacher, ArDis aims to make the study of music simple, engaging, fulfilling and fun. Being inspired by various methods of early childhood teaching, she helps children develop both musical and non-musical skills such as good communication, patience, discipline and confidence.


Ada Chu

Ada Chu studied a double major in Music and Linguistics, graduated from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She started her professional piano training from the age of nine and performed in school orchestra since she was young. Ada has the enthusiasm to share her love of music to others and has shared her gift of singing by giving vocal training to students in all levels of age. In 2011, she was awarded the championship of the TVB International Talent and Singing Competition New Zealand final. Ada has also been invited to perform a tribute concert for Anita Mui, presented by The Star, Sydney, Australia. With a wide variety of professional performs experience, she was the Judge and performer of TVB International Talent and Singing Competition 2012 New Zealand final, and the guest performer at Rosanne Lui’s live in New Zealand 2012.

Raised in New Zealand, Ada moved to Hong Kong last year and began her career in early childhood education. Ada believes in the power of music and passionately engaged in her music work through teaching music and linguistics. She would love to keep this passion throughout her life and contribute to music education and development in children.

Monica Ling

Monica graduated from Indiana University (USA) with a Bachelor of Music and
also from University of Canterbury (New Zealand) with a Master of Music with
distinction in viola performance. She was awarded scholarships to attend
the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan, and to study at Indiana
University. She was a member of the New York String Orchestra (USA) and the
Pacific Music Festival Orchestra (Japan). She had studied violin pedagogy
at Indiana University and Early Childhood Music Education at Hong Kong
Baptist University.

Monica had taught different age groups in New Zealand and Hong Kong. She is currently a licensed Kindermusik educator.


Ada Ng

Ada resided in Hong Kong in July 2008 and is a native English speaker. She obtained the Master of Music Degree (MMus) and the Bachelor of Music Degree (BMus), Majoring in Piano Performance under the guidance of Dr. Kenji Fujimura and Ms. Tamara Smolyer from Monash University - The School of Music Conservatorium, Melbourne Australia. In addition, Ada is also a holder of Diploma in Piano from the Royal School of Music, United Kingdom. Throughout her tertiary studies she has gained professional knowledge and made outstanding achievement of High Distinction and Merits in Classical Music studies, Contemporary Music studies, Cultural and World Music studies, Music Pedagogy, Teaching Methods in Suzuki, Carl Orff, Kodaly styles, Music Aesthetics and Criticism, Music Sociology and Psychology, Analytical and Compositional techniques and Popular and Jazz Music etc. Her Masters’ Thesis topic was based on the “Exploration and Comparison of the Worldwide Music Education”.

As a dynamic Pianist, Ada has made performances in a range of Concert Series and also performed with Orchestra & Choir of High School and University. As a Music Pedagogue, Ada has wholeheartedly devoted herself to education and aims to extend her specialized skills and knowledge to future generations, discovering musical talents and to increase every student’s accomplishment as an artistic person. Ada is currently a Group School Music teacher of a well-reputed International Pre-School in Hong Kong. Her students come from a wide age group, often with high achievements in Classical Piano Examinations and moreover, Ada educates Music and Classical Piano for a number of families of well-known and influential public figures of Asia.

Ella Yau

Ella Yau graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts majoring in Sound Design and Music Recording. She had received the ATCL as well as the AMusTCL from Trinity College of London. Ella had studied children music psychology and music therapy.  She had also attended film music courses at Beijing Film Academy.  In 2006, she furthered her studies in Sound Design in Los Angeles under Sidney Fox, the Audio Engineer of Disneyland California.

Coming from a musical family, Ella started receiving piano and vocal training at the age of three.  She had also learned to play the keyboard, bass guitar, dizi and clarinet.  Ella has "absolute pitch".

Jadie Cheuk

Classical Music Performance Division Miss Jadie Cheuk, 1st Prize Winner of the 2014 French International Harp Competition (Superieur Division), Gold Medal Winner of the 2010 HK Harp Competition (Open Division) and Silver Medal Winner of the 2013 HK Harp Competition (with Gold Medal being vacant), is one of the most popular harpists in Hong Kong. In 2013, Jadie was invited to give a solo performance to the Queen of Belgium during her visit to Hong Kong. In 2014, Jadie was invited to an interview on RTHK4, where her music was also broadcasted live. Jadie holds with distinction an Associate Diploma (ATCL) in Harp Recital awarded by the Trinity College London and has been actively performing for over 10 years. She studies harp with the renowned World Harp Champion Ms Dan Yu, and is a Music Master student at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Jadie is now a full-time performing harpist and a harp teacher.

Ms. Dan Yu has described that Jadie’s playing is “musical, charming and sensitive”. She has organized and played at numerous events - including weddings, brand events, pop concerts, shopping mall shows and charity functions. Clients have complimented that Jadie’s professional performance embellished their occasions with extraordinary grace.