Project Description

Elaine Siu
Piano, Cello


Elaine is an enthusiastic music educator with a passion for teaching. She finished her Bachelor of Arts in Music from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2020, specializing in piano and music education with guidance from professional pianist Miss Wong Mei Ling.

Over the years, Elaine has gained a lot of performance experience, collaborating with choirs, vocal soloists, and vocal ensembles. She has actively participated in various recitals as a piano accompanist and guest performer. Performances experience include the Bless Asia Individual Art Exhibition, the “In God, We Share” music carnival, the recital of Soprano Chung Lee Man, and the “Gather as Friends” Fall concert. She also served as the choir pianist and cellist at the Epworth Methodist Church and as an assistant conductor for the Epworth Youth Singers.

For over six years, devoted to teaching piano and cello, Elaine has had more than 70 students, ranging from young beginners to adults. She brings creativity into her teaching, incorporating creative pedagogies like Orff and Kodaly’s methods to cater to the unique needs of different age groups and skill levels. She believes that a vibrant and diverse musical environment enhances students’ interest, helping them achieve their best.

Her students have achieved excellent results, with many attaining champions and distinction grades in youth piano competitions, the HKYPAF International Youth Performance Arts Festival, and ABRSM-graded instrumental examinations. Elaine is fluent in English, Cantonese, and Mandarin, and can communicate and conduct lessons with a diverse range of students.

Continuing her passion for music, Elaine participated in a piano masterclass led by world-class pianist Nigel Clayton. She actively engages in education workshops to further enhance her knowledge of music education. Elaine has also contributed her skills and expertise to the Kiwanis Music Festival and the Hong Kong Childrens Choir.

Elaine is currently studying for a Master of Education in Music at the University of British Columbia and is set to graduate in Spring 2024.