The L. A. Children’s Choir is a primary-based school choir in ELCHK Lutheran Academy. The choir consists of talented and enthusiastic singers aged between seven and eleven, and it is conducted by Mr. Kevin SUNG. The L. A. Children’s Choir shows good ability to perform repertoires in various genres and languages, and has gained appearances in both school concerts and inter-school music collaborations. In 2019, the choir took part in the 71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and received merit in a choral competition. The choir has also collaborated with 15 school choirs from around Hong Kong in the music campaign “My Hong Kong Dream” held in May 2019. The L. A. Children’s Choir is looking forward to facing exciting musical challenges and opportunities in the future.
The LA Singers
The LA Singers are mainly formed with students who are in Year 5 – Year 11. Currently, there are around 15 core members who have been singing with the conductor for several years.
Our conductor has introduced a wide variety of repertoire to the singers, featuring the pieces in foreign languages and the sacred church hymn tunes.
Last year, the LA Singers has participated with other schools in Hong Kong for the 14th My Hong Kong Dream 2019 Joint-School Music Concert at Queen Elizabeth Stadium.
The students are also keen to promote and share the joy of music with performing in various school events, such as the Lutheran Academy Graduation Ceremony (Primary), Lutheran Academy Graduation Ceremony (Secondary), Easter Music Concert and Christmas Concert.
The LA Sinfonietta was founded by Mr. Nicholas Ching with students since 2010. Currently, there are around 35 core members inside the orchestra. The students are keen to promote and share the joy of music with performing in various school events, such as the Lutheran Academy Graduation Ceremony (Primary), Lutheran Academy Graduation Ceremony (Secondary), Easter Music Concert and Christmas Concert.
Last year, our concert repertoire features renowned masterpieces such as Jesu bleibet meine freunde from J.S. Bach, Departure from Joe Hisashi, Moldau from Bedrich Smetana, Bacchanale from Camille Saint-Saens and Carmen Suite from Georges Bizet.