William Wai-Leung Chung
William Wai-Leung Chung is the choirmaster of the Hong Kong Festival Voices and a graduate assistant at the College of Music, Michigan State University. He is pursuing his MMus from the Michigan State University where he is studying conducting and choral literature with Daivd Rayl and Sandra Snow, and voice with Peter Lightfoot. He holds a BA degree from the University of Hong Kong where he studied conducting with Michael Ryan, and voice with Lan Rao and Jimmy Chan. He began his career as the conductor of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students' Union Choir and was the conductor of the Greeners’ Sound, and instructor of the Hong Kong Treble Choir.
William was given the Helen Moore-Williams Music Prize, Hong Kong Children's Choir Scholarship, and the Bernard van Zuiden Music prize, in recognition of his outstanding academic performance and contribution in vocal and choral arts during his study at the university. He was awarded the best conductor in 2012 Busan Choral Festival and Competition while leading the Greeners' Sound attaining a bronze prize in classical mixed voice category. The Greeners' Sound also attained a championship in 65th Hong Kong Schools' Music Festival and Gold (A) Award in 2013 Hong Kong International Youth and Children's Choir Festival under William's conductorship.
Other than his conducting, as a singer he had performed abroad with the World Youth Choir in China, Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and France. He had also performed at various occasions as a freelance singer.
William's personal website: http://williamchung.hk
鍾氏在學期成績優異，分別獲頒 Helen Moore-Williams Music Prize, 香港兒童合唱團獎學金及Bernard van Zuiden Music Prize。二零一二年釜山國際合唱節鍾氏指揮綠韻於古典混聲合唱組別獲頒銅獎及最佳指揮。二零一三年分別帶領綠韻參與第四屆香港國際青少年合唱節比賽取得金獎(A)，及第六十五屆香港學校音樂節公開組混聲合唱奪得冠軍。