Our Members

The Hong Kong Women’s Choir continues to be an organization that embraces all nationalities, all ages, all body types as long as they be female in gender!

Currently our members are from Hong Kong, Australia, Austria, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Norway, The Philippines, Russia, Switzerland, the UK and the United States. In the past, we have also had members from The Bahamas, Brazil, Iceland, Ireland, Korea, New Zealand, Latvia, Lebanon, Mauritius, Mexico, The Netherlands, Sweden, Singapore, St. Kitts and Nevis, South Africa, Taiwan, Thailand and Vietnam.

Ronald Lam

Music Director

ronaldlamRonald Lam is the Music Director of Nova, our accompanied choir. Ronald joined the Hong Kong Women’s Choir in 2001 as Music Director of Nova and Grace Notes, succeeding previous Music Directors Nancy Madrid, Roberta Yule Owen and our first Director Debbie Chavez.

He is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.  He has been engaged in a number of performances and appeared in many opera productions.  He has served as Assistant Director in the HK Arts Festival, as singing teacher in the HK Youth Arts Festival, and as APA Choirmaster and singing coach in the APA Musical Theatre Department.  For the last 10 years, Ronald has conducted the Hong Kong Children’s Choir, Sai Kung Children’s Choir, the YWCA Choir and Children’s Choir.  He is also the founding Music Director of CITY KEYS.

Micah Xavier Sandt

Music Director


Micah Xavier Sandt is the Music Director of Grace Notes, a cappella, succeeding previous Music Director Colin Touchin. He is also the Music Director of Encore, a small ensemble. 

He is currently working as a freelance composer, arranger, music director, performer and teacher in Hong Kong. He was an actor at Mountview Academy of Theater Arts in London and holds an MFA in composition from Tisch School of the Arts, New York City.


Stanley Tong Shek Keen


imageStanley Tong joined the Hong Kong Women’s Choir as accompanist in September 2010.

Stanley is an accomplished pianist with more than 10 years of experience playing for church services and with choir groups. He is currently a piano teacher and he also plays keyboard in various bands. He is also the accompanist for the Hong Kong Police Choir and The Hong Kong Japanese Choir.




Rod CHAN joined The Hong Kong Woman’s Choir as accompanist since 2020.

Rod is currently a piano teacher, vocalist, and also an arranger for chorus and acapella music. He has more than 10 years of experience playing for choirs and bands. He is also the accompanist for Hearts To Hearts Chorus and Sing Ba Sing Ma Choir.

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