Regularly receiving acclaim for the great expressive strength of a lyrical baritone voice with rounded artistry, Caleb Woo, born in Hong Kong, is an active baritone and choral conductor. Woo graduated with a Master of Music degree in Voice Performance and Literature from the Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester. Before his pursuit of study in US, Woo obtained a Bachelor of Music degree in the Baptist University of Hong Kong and a Master of Art degree in Christian Studies in the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He was also awarded distinction in Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music (LRSM) and joined the Siena Summer Session for Music and the Arts in Italy in Italy for further vocal studies. Woo has participated in a lot of performances, including the opera production ‘Datong’ in the 42nd Hong Kong Arts Festival and solo performance in the Christmas Concert in the Park in 2014 organized by RTHK. Besides, Woo has collaborated with different performing groups such as Hong Kong Opera House, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong, Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, Ponte Singers, Die Konzertisten, Voices, Ossia, Eastman Philharmonia, Eastman-Rochester Chorus, Rochester Oratorio Society, Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra and Mercury Opera.

Teaching Aspiration

Caleb Woo is currently a member of National Association of Teachers of Singing and a tutor in the Department of Music of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He specializes in fundamental vocal training as it helps raising one’s level of vocal singing. He also analyses pieces of different periods. Besides, he designs the ‘PRIV Vocal Training Course for Beginners’ in order to promote Bel Canto, the traditional and formal ways of vocal training. Many of his students have been able to enter into Hong Kong Academy of Arts and music college in different universities, let alone some overseas notable music schools. Apart from vocal teaching, Woo is the music director of Tuen Mun Alliance Church, choral conductor of  the Hong Kong Baptist University’s Christian Choir and the  Shatin Methodist College’s Men’s Chorus.

 

Individual Vocal Course

Target: no age limit, lesson is adjusted as according to personal goal

Format: 1 lesson per week

Duration: 60 mins per lesson

Alexander Wong - Resident Pianist

“Vocal lesson with a resident professional collaborative pianist is precious and progressive. There is no way to learn other musical concerns without Alexander Wong. We will invite Alex to join your lesson!

Caleb Woo

 

To invite Alex joining your lesson, you can make an appointment with us or Mr Woo.

Performance Opportunities

Students can regularly join our concert in which they can gain more performance experiences and polish their skills.

Past Activities