Ronald Tsang graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree co-presented by Hong Kong Art School and The Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, majoring in painting. He has 15 years of experience in a cappella singing, visual art design as well as physical theatre training. He has been the Resident Artist of the local a cappella group Yat Po Singers from 2012 to 2017. He is now a freelance artist teaching at Hong Kong A Cappella Academy.
Tsang’s past local and overseas performances include Rock Hard at the Hong Kong New Vision Arts Festival (2008) and Shanghai World Expo 2010 opening ceremony, Hose of Dancing Water by Unlock Dancing Plaza (2010), choreographer at The International A Cappella Extravaganza (2010-2014, 2018-2019), Zheng Walls Have Ears at the Macao Arts Festival, Exhalelahni at The Swire Properties Project After 6 (2015) and Vocal Asia International A Cappella Music Festival Made in Hong Kong (2017), Ocean Park’s Sonic Kung Fu Attack (2017), choreographer and performer at Our Music Collection for Hong Kong Arts Festival (2018), choreographer and solo dancer at Max Chan’s Piano Recital Journey (2018), and singing coach and performer of Luck-Quacka at International Arts Carnival (2021).
Tsang’s musical theatre performances include The Hong Kong 3 Arts Music Institute’s Once On This Island (2008), Pajama Game (2011) and Smokey Joe’s Café (2019), Actors’ Family’s The Woman in Kenzo (2013) and Edward Lam Dance Theatre’s Art School Musical (2014-2016).click to download images