Caleb Woo holds a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance and Literature from Eastman School of Music, a bachelor’s degree in Voice Performance and Pedagogy (first class honours) from the Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU), and the ATCL and LRSM diplomas. His teachers include Robert McIver, Jimmy Chan and Sanson Lau.
Woo recently gave recitals performing Vaughan Williams’ Songs of Travel, Brahms’ Vier Ernste Gesänge and Schumann’s Dichterliebe. He performed Haydn’s The Creation with Hong Kong Sinfonietta under the baton of Helmuth Rilling in 2013, and participated in the premières of Chan Hing-yan’s chamber operas Heart of Coral and Datong at Hong Kong Arts Festival (HKAF). Other performances include Brahms’ German Requiem with Eastman Rochester Chorus/William Weinert, Mendelssohn’s St Paul with Hallelujah Oratorio Society in Singapore, Fauré’s Requiem at HKAF, Handel’s Messiah with City Chamber Orchestra Hong Kong/Lio Kuokman at “Christmas Concert in the Park” of RTHK Radio 4, Mozart’s Requiem and Orff’s Carmina Burana. In celebration of the 330th Anniversary of Bach in 2015/2016, Woo also performed Bach’s St John Passion, Magnificat and a selection of Cantatas with Hong Kong SingFest, Alpha & Omega, and at Malaysia Sacred Music Festival and East Malaysia Bach Tour.
Currently Music Director of Tuen Mun Alliance Church, Woo is also a Voice Instructor The Chinese University of Hong Kong and Qin Music, and Coordinator of Ensemble Music Ministries in HKBU. He is a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
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