Yat Po Singers
The first professional a cappella choral theatre company in Hong Kong. The founding Co-Artistic Directors are Patrick Chiu, Ng Cheuk-yin and Yuri Ng. Currently led by Ng Cheuk Yin as the Artistic Director, and Anna Lo as the Associate Artistic Director, the Company focuses on producing and developing original works in order to promote a cappella art and demonstrate the innovative interaction of music and theatre. Besides, the Company aims at enriching the arts scene particularly by nurturing young composers and artists, audience building and arts education.
The Company’s first a cappella theatre production Rock Hard received the CASH Golden Sail Music Award in the Best Serious Composition category from the Composers and Authors Society of Hong Kong in 2009. In 2015, the Company received the “Award for Arts Promotion” from the Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Another a cappella theatre work, Our Immortal Cantata (Re-run), was awarded “The Best Original Music & Lyrics”, “The Best Sound Design” and also one of “The Best Productions of the Year” by the 26th Hong Kong Drama Awards in 2017. In 2019, the Company’s collaboration with City Contemporary Dance Company Requiem HK was awarded the “Outstanding Large Venue Production”. In 2020, Love, Death, and Everything In-between, was awarded “The Best Lyrics” by the 29th Hong Kong Drama Awards.
Yat Po Singers is financially supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council.
Board of Directors
Artistic & Administration Team
|Artistic Director：||Ng Cheuk-yin|
|Associate Artistic Director：||Anna Lo|
|Artistic Advisors：||Yuri Ng|
|Musician Intern：||Winky Wong^|
|Company Manager：||Cindy Wong|
|Marketing Manager：||Penny Chan|
|Project Manager：||Casper Yam*|
|Project Officer：||Kelvin Ho*|
|Programme & Marketing Officer：||Claire Yip#|
*Jockey Club Yat Po ‘Happy A-ge-cappella’ is supported by “The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust”
^ “The Artistic Internship Scheme” is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council
# “The Arts Administration Internship Scheme” is supported by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council