Christopher started the violin at age of three with his mother, who is an established Suzuki teacher and Teacher-Trainer in the Philadelphia area. At the age of 4, his father, a Suzuki bass teacher and performer, switched him to cello while his mother was out of town. Fortunately, she has since forgiven them both.
Sylvia Khoo is a highly sought-after educator with more than 50 years of experience teaching the violin in Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, and the USA.
A highly sought-after violinist and educator in Singapore, Christina Zhou is the Founder of 12Petals; a global and multi-disciplinary mentorship program.
Linda has done extensive orchestra, chamber orchestra, and chamber music performing over the course of her career with groups such as the Lehigh Valley Chamber Orchestra and the Northeastern PA Philharmonic and the Pennsylvania Sinfonia.
Dr. Cherie Khor holds a Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Manhattan School of Music, under the tutelage of Dr. Marc Silverman.
Dr. Tang Tee Tong, Artistic Director of The Music Circle, is a devoted violin pedagogue with over fifteen years of teaching experience.
Pauline Lee graduated with a Master's degree (MMus) and Fellowship of the Royal Schools of Music (FRSM) from Royal Northern College of Music, UK.
Violinist Mabel Wong is an active performer and educator in Malaysia. She has been involved in a wide range of professional projects.
Lynette Lim is one of the foremost violin pedagogues in Singapore, having established an outstanding violin studio since her return from the U.S. more than 30 years ago. Many of her protégés have been inspired to follow in her footsteps to become professional musicians.
Born in Ipoh, Malaysia, Bang Hean was the winner of the First National Mozart Piano Competition in 1987, and two years later a scholarhip from the music exam board, ABRSM enabled him to study at the Royal College of Music (RCM), London.