Lee Wai-shan, Piano

Lee Wai-shan holds a BMus with Honours from The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and
an MA in Music from Hong Kong Baptist University, majoring in music composition and electronic
music. She studied composition with Clarence Mak, Lo Hau-man, Law Wing-fai and Christopher
Keyes. Her compositions had been performed in various occasions including The International
Society for Contemporary Music-Musicarama, Asian Composers League and Asian Pacific
Festival in New Zealand, Sonoimagenes Festival in Argentina, as well as Le French May, etc. She
joined the Internationales Musikinstitut Darmstadt New Music Festival. She studied piano with Hui
Ling. She obtained the Certificate of Piano Performance, Analysis and Pedagogy with distinction
from School of Professional and Continuing Education of The University of Hong Kong and the
LTCL Piano Recital Diploma. Erma won several prizes such as first prize in Hong Kong Music
Competition for Young Pianists (2015) and second prize in The 17th Hong Kong-Asia Piano Open
Competition (2012). She loves Chinese culture. She learned zheng with Xu Ling Zi. She is studying
guqin and its composition with Tse Chun Yan. She is also interested in Western early music. She
learned keyboard methods of baroque basso continuo and improvisation with Sonia Lee.
Lee has been studying organ with Wong Kin-yu since 2013. She has passed the ABRSM organ
examination grade 8 with distinction. She obtained the Mrs Lily Pong Scholarship for Church
Organists of Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui for three years. She is serving as one of the service
organists in St. John's Cathedral and The Church of St. John the Baptist. She performed in St.
John's Cathedral, St. Paul's Church and the concert held by the Hong Kong Chapter of American
Guild of Organists in All Saint's Cathedral. She played as an organist with Hong Kong Handbell
Academy in an advent evening prayer at The Hong Kong Catholic Cathedral of The Immaculate
Conception. She joined the International Organ Festival Haarlem in Netherlands and European
Organ Academy in Leipzig. She also played in the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Organ Performance
Technique Workshops by Marc Rochester, Jens Korndöfer, Alexander Ffinch, and Jérôme
Faucheur, etc. Her recent compositions for organ “Farewell at Weicheng” and “Variations on Great
Are Thy Mercies” have been premiered at Shenzhen Concert Hall and St Paul’s Church




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