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Siew Wan Ying


Siew Wan Ying is a Bachelor in Classical Music (Hons) degree holder, obtained from the Institute of Music, UCSI University. Wan Ying started her music learning at 4 years old, and has been teaching since 2017. She is qualified with the diploma from Associate of Trinity College London with distinction, ABRSM Grade 8 Piano and Theory, Yamaha Piano and Fundamentals Grade 5, Rockschool Vocals Grade 5 and Trinity Cello Grade 4. Aside from teaching at the MK Sounds Heavenly, she also has had some regular performing at the KPJ Damansara Hospital and part-time teaching at an international school in Selangor, Malaysia. She is also active in collaborative piano, in which she accompanies musicians for their exams in university levels, as well as in ABRSM and Trinity exams. Furthermore, Wan Ying also performed as choir member in several international choir competitions such as Grand Prix Thailand 2017, Taipei International Choral Festival 2018, and has participated in performances with Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), notably the Ola Bola and Carmina Burana production. Wan Ying teaches piano, vocals, early years music, piano ensemble and choir at the Heavenly Star Music Sdn Bhd.

Ding Huei Yi


Has numerous years teaching experience in kindergardens, and schools; is sought after as a violin teacher works well with young children and adults learner. She holds a Bachelor of performing arts in Music in University of Malaya majoring in Violin. She understands every student is different and always tailors her teaching methods according to student’s characters and needs and believe learning violin for kids and adults should be fun. She has participated in numerous music workshops and conferences to enrich herself with more teaching ideas.

Daniel Chim


Daniel Chim +irst started the cello at the age of elven and had taken a liking to the instrument. He practised hard and participated in every small concerts and performance as possible. After listening to Steven Isserlis performed the Cello Concerto in C major with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), Daniel became inspired and had decided to pursue a career in music.

Daniel worked hard, mastering the cello under various teachers and even by his own mother, who taught him Music Theory. When he was experienced enough, he joined the Petaling Jaya Youth Orchestra (PJYO) where he improved on his cello techniques and exposed himself to orchestral music. 

In 2010 after +inishing his A’ levels, Daniel travelled to the United Kingdom to begin his Bachelor of Arts at the Leeds College of Music. During those three years, not only was Daniel introduced to the double bass but he had also found a passion in teaching.

Then at the beginning of 2013, Daniel went to Australia to enrol into the University of Queensland for his Master of Music. There he focused on teaching pedagogy and research in music education. He also joined the university’s orchestra and a choir group.

In 2015, he returned to Malaysia where he committed himself as a cello and double bass teacher in Kuala Lumpur. Along with teaching, he also joined the Selangor Philharmonic Orchestra and sometimes joining the KLPAC.

Daniel has been teaching cello and double bass for six years in different music schools and privately. He +irst joined Sounds of Heaven in 2019 where he been teaching for two years. He had also been involved with the school’s Halloween Workshop in 2019 and his student had performed in two concerts. He is still with the school, conducting online lessons. 

Alice Wong Pick Yee


Ms. Alice has been a piano teacher ever since the year 2018. She is a Trinity Piano Grade 8 holder. She teaches piano and the Wonderful Music Star early childhood music course (WMS) at Heavenly Star Music Sdn. bhd.

Other than teaching, she participated school’s musical camp as one of the committees. Some of her engagements are the Spring concert 2019, Damen Halloween Music Camp, Christmas Camp 2021, and Halloween Music Camp 2022 at Bukit Jalil. She enjoys teaching and organizing musical events. 

Katherine Lum

Piano / Clarinet / WMS / Piano Chef

Katherine Lum is a passionate person towards music teaching. She had obtained her BA (Hon) Music and Event and Venue Management in 2007 at UK after she had completed her Diploma in Music from Yamaha Academy of Arts & Music in 2005, Malaysia.

After she had graduated in UK, she had started her music education career as music instructor – teaching piano, recorder, vocal and clarinet in private/ International School for 5 years. During her employment with the school, she was the clarinetist/saxophonist in the school orchestra during musical production. While she was working with the school, she also teaches private piano lessons.

In addition, she had her ABRSM Grade 8 piano, clarinet, theory, LCM grade 6 vocal, Yamaha Grade 6 piano. In 2009, She had started her journey in The Australian Kodaly Certificate in Music Education. She had completed the Early Childhood and Primary Level in 2012. Recently, she had even started her Secondary level.

Dr. Elaine Yap Sin Yee


Dr. Elaine Yap, is making headlines as a sensational rising pianist in her home country, Malaysia and was described as a young artist who “took all musical considerations in the stride.” (The Straits Times, Singapore)

She has been selected as the winner of the Michigan State University Piano Concerto Competition (2019), one of the winners of the New England Conservatory’s Marion Rubin Bermin 31′ Piano Honors Competition (2017) and performed at the new England Conservatory Jordan Hall. She also won fourth prize at the 5th Thailand International Piano Competition (2018) and first prize at the Singapore National Piano and Violin Competition (Artist Category, 2013).

She has performed in countries including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Japan and Netherlands, United States and also collaborated with orchestras: Michigan State University Symphony Orchestra, Thailand Symphony Orchestra, Kuala Lumpur Performing Art Center (KLPAC) Orchestra, Singapore Metropolitan Festival Orchestra and Penang Philharmonic Orchestra. For Chamber music, she worked with James Campbell, Gary Hoffman, Nicola Boud, Pei-Shan Lee, Vivian-Hornik Weilerstein, Max Levinson, and Lucy Chapman. She also performed for renowned artists in masterclasses, including Dang Thai Son, Elisso Virsaladze, Mikhail Voskresensky, Jean-Yves Thibaudet, Stephen Hough, Konstantin Scherbakov, Jerome Lowenthal, Ann Schein, Martin Roscoe, Gottlieb Wallisch etc.

Dr. Yap is currently a piano faculty member at University Putra Malaysia. She received a Doctor of Musical Arts Degree in Piano Performance at Michigan State University, studying with Margarita Shevchenko. Prior to that, she studied at the Yong Siew To Conservatory of Music for a Bachelor degree, and complete graduate studies and a diploma at the New England Conservatory in Boston. Her previous teachers include Haesun Pail, Meng-Chieh Liu, Albert Tiu and Dr. Nicholas Ong.

Miss Ang, CJ


Ms. Ang graduated with the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) from Sunway University as a qualified Chartered Accountant. She is an experienced auditor with a demonstrated history of working in an audit firm which gained valuable insights from managing portfolio of diversified clients in different industries. She has a good understanding of internal controls, corporate governance, risk assessment, and internal audit methodology during her tenure as an internal auditor with Malaysia’s leading insurance company. Since MCO, she has decided to quit her job and take the role of primary caregiver in the family. After 2 years, Ms. Ang has now decided to rejoin the workforce to seek personal fulfillment while still balancing her family responsibilities. Rest assured, she is a friendly and easy-going administrator who will always be ready to assist.

Audrey Lye


Audrey has been learning piano for 12 years since she was 7 years old. She has achieved distinction for Trinity Piano Grade 8 in Music performance back in 2019 and is currently dedicated to accomplish an ATCL performance diploma. Also, she has completed the teacher training for Wonderful Music Star early childhood music course in 2023 and is currently working as a teaching assistant in Heavenly Star Music Sdn Bhd.

Apart from learning and teaching music, Audrey has also participated in several music events including the Movie Song Night 2018, Melaka Piano Charity Festival 2019, Christmas Music Camp 2021 and Halloween Music Camp 2022 as a performer and an emcee. Furthermore, she has assisted as a committee in the Music Date with Little Stars in 2023.

Carl Tew Huai Hong


His teaching career started in 2022, teaching a range of ages from 7 to 13, encompassing many nationalities and spanning various skill levels.

From playing the violin at age 4 to earning Grade 8 and ATCL distinctions in 2019, and LTCL in 2020, with the high score award and the high distinction award, he was taught by Mr. Ying Ke and Ms. Zhang Ying in Singapore, Mr. Brian Larson, and currently, he is learning with Ms. Liu Jian in Malaysia, both of whom are former members of MPO as concert master and vice concert master.

He also won multiple international competition awards from Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Hong Kong, Taiwan, and Malaysia.

From 2019 to 2023, he attended King Henry VIII College as the only student with a music scholarship.

In 2021, he was offered multiple scholarships to the UK, such as Llandovery College, Wells Cathedral School, most notably Wellington College. However, due to financial problems, he wasn’t able to attend any of these colleges and had to remain local.

Ng Shu Wei

Vocal / Piano

Ng Shu Wei began her vocal training in 2017. After obtaining her grade 8 certificate of ABRSM singing and classical piano, Shu Wei decided to further pursue her music studies in UCSI University, majoring classical voice under Malaysian tenor Tan Chee Shen. In early 2020, Shu Wei competed in the World Choralympic as a chorister with the UCSI Chamber Choir in South Korea.

Shu Wei is also active in the choral scene in Klang Valley. She joined La Voce Choir since 2013 and performed in various countries such as Japan, Spain and such with the choir. In 2016, Shu Wei volunteered in a few programmes to educate children from rural areas in Johor and Pangkor Island about choral music. At the beginning of 2020, Shu Wei joined the Mendelssohnchor directed by Dr.David Chin to promote early choral music in Malaysia. In 2023, Shu Wei joined Dames of Harmonia directed by Terrence Ling and is appointed as vocal tutor in the choir.

Ng Wan Rong


Ng Wan Rong is a piano instructor, vocal instructor and pre-school music instructor. Wan Rong completed her Bachelor Degree in Classical Music (Hons) from Institute of Music, UCSI University. She is currently studying Master Degree in Performing Arts (Music) in University Malaya. Wan Rong started her music learning when she was 7 years old, and has been teaching since 2019. She is qualified with the diploma from Associate of Trinity College London (ATCL), ABRSM Grade 8 Piano and Theory and Trinity Grade 8 Singing. Aside from teaching, she is also active in collaborative piano for music exams or music performances. Wan Rong also sing in choirs and took part in international competitions such as Grand Prix Thailand 2017 and Grand Prix Thailand 2019. She also joined Opera Chorus and sang in the opera production such as Madama Butterfly and Hansel & Gretel. Wan Rong is dedicated in music teaching, she often encourage her students to take part in international music competitions and music exams. Her students won prizes in the 10th Hong Kong International Youth Performance Arts Festival, Asia Pacific International Arts Festival 2023 and Gold Star International International Music Competition 2024.


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