Chan Siu-kwan is the vocal advisor in residence at the Hong Kong Children’s Choir. She is an eminent vocal instructor who teaches the voice at The University of Hong Kong, The Chinese University of Hong Kong and the Hong Kong Baptist University.
Chan Siu-kwan has extensive experience in training of the voice. She was conductor of the Canberra Boys’ Choir, Hong Kong Baptist University Christian Choir, Staff Choir and Women’s Chorus.
From time to time, Chan Siu-kwan conducts vocal workshops and masterclasses, and adjudicates for local and overseas vocal and choral contests, especially serving the younger generation.
Chan Siu-kwan is a fervent music promoter as well. She has given numerous lectures and pre-concert talks for the Leisure and Cultural Services Department on the appreciation of opera and vocal music. In the 2010/11 season, she toured schools in the Leisure and Cultural Services Department’s Arts Experience Scheme to share the joy of opera among youngsters.
Chan Siu-kwan first cultivated an interest in singing at the Hong Kong Children’s Choir. She toured extensively with the Choir as a member and soloist. She graduated from the Hong Kong Baptist College and furthered her study at the Glasgow University and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music. Her teachers include Mak Chi-shing, David Parker, Bill McCue and Heather Harper. Chan Siu-kwan has given numerous recitals and appeared as soloist in concerts in Hong Kong and abroad.