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古典音樂演奏系

羅乃新 Nancy Loo

郭品文 Julie Kuok

李廷強 Norman Lee

鄭慧博士 Dr. Cheng Wai

區文斌 Au Man Bun

Beverly Leung

雷麗麗 Louie Lai Lai

黃德釗 Wong Tak Chiu

勞詩娘 Shirley Lo

岑健威 Shum Kin Wai

黃穎瀛 Genevieve Wong

陳思捷 Cedric Chan

王維 Wong Wai

陳敏聰 Ringo Chan

何欣欣 Cindy Ho

盧詠基 Angel Lo

鄧鴻偉 Nenki Tang

魏福隆 Brian Ngai

陳中豪 Jeffrey Chan

蘇潔明 Moon So

Jasmine Law

Marian Chen

Tino, Maxwell

Leslie Ryang

Sunny Tang

Miyaka Suzuki

李尚修 Sheung Lee

Colette Lam

卓康玉 Jadie Cheuk

薛柏康 Jeffrey Sit

李恩添博士 Dr. Timothy Li

朱偉恆 Alan Chu

Neo Choi

周達勳博士 Dr. Henry Chow


Jasmine Law
 
古典音樂演奏系

Jasmine began her vocal training at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, where she studied with Katusha Tsui-Fraser and Peter Lally. During her training there, she was awarded several prizes and scholarships, including a scholarship from the Hong Kong Welsh Male Voice Choir in 2004 and a full scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund in 2006 to support her Master of Music Concert Project course at the Royal Academy of Music in London, under the tutelage of Joy Mammen, Iain Ledingham and Robert Aldwinckle.

On the operatic stage, Jasmine has collaborated with conductors such as François-Xavier Roth and Jean Thorel. On the concert platform, Jasmine has performed an extensive repertoire ranging from Baroque to modern music in Hong Kong and abroad. More recent appearances have included art song recitals on various themes organized by MusicaViva from 2010 to present. In November 2010, she sang in the world premiere of Koji Tomotani’s “Poems of HIROSHIMA III” for Vocalise, Clarinet and Piano, and performed Lee Gene-woo’s “Phonogram for Soprano, Percussion and Ensemble” at the East Asian New Music Festival at the Hong Kong Institute of Education. In December 2011, she sang in Grenville Richard Harding’s Pentecostal Symphony on Revelation TV, a UK television channel. In March 2012, she made her Hong Kong Arts Festival debut singing in Angel Lam’s new composition June Lovers, conducted by Perry So. In April 2012, she was the first local soprano to perform Schoenberg’s Pierrot Lunaire in Hong Kong, under the baton of Paul Zukofsky, in celebration of the work’s 100th anniversary.

Jasmine also enjoys less conventional vocal performances. In March 2009, she sang in Elizabeth Strachan’s ‘Recognition’, a theatre play depicting the happenings at a concentration camp during the World War II, in which she made simultaneous voice improvisations in accordance with different moods and atmospheres, at the Courtyard Theatre in London. In 2009 and 2010, she collaborated with international artists to present concert projects in the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Concert Hall, Piano Galley at York Gate, London and Duke’s Hall, London.

Jasmine has sung in the master classes of Robert Tear, Anthony Legge, Thomas Paul, Martha Scheffel, Isabel Gentile, Roberto Abbondanza, to name but a few. In October 2010, Jasmine was awarded Asian Cultural Award in International Paolo Francesco Tosti Singing Competition 2010 in Nara City, Japan.