On July 10th, the Organix Kingsway Organ Recital will feature Zoe Kai Wai Lei.
Admission is free, though we gratefully accept your goodwill offering at the door. Concert program here: https://www.organixconcerts.ca/event.php?mo=7&day=10
Zoe Kai Wai Lee studies the Master of Music programme in organ performance under the tutelage of Professor Kevin Komisarukat the University of Toronto, having previously studied organ with Kin Yu Wong, Wai Chung Wong and as a participant in numerous masterclasses. She is a recipient of the Macau Government Scholarship and Faculty of Music Fellowship. She is the organ scholar of Bloor Street United Church, pianist, and organist of Toronto Chinese Baptist Church. She has performed in Walter Hall, Bloor Street United Church and Hope United Church in Toronto, First United Methodist Church in Eugene, Hong Kong Culture Centre Concert Hall and St.Stephen Chapel in Hong Kong. In the summer of 2018, she participated in the Organ Institute that presented by Mr. Paul Jacobs and performed in the Oregon Bach Festival.In 2017, she made her debut at the Concert Hall ofHong Kong Cultural Centre and was interviewed by the Radio Television Hong Kong to share her enthusiasm for organ and to promote this instrument.
In addition to organ, Zoe also found her passion in piano and under the tutelage of Siu Wai Shum. She was awarded the LTCL in piano performance with distinction in 2015. She first studied the piano with Lai Ping Shek and Wai Chung Wong. While attending the Pui Ching Middle School, she distinguished herself in numerous piano competitions. As an active collaborative pianist, she accompanied the school’s house choir and performed in numerous other music competitions and performances there. She served the AnglicanLittleSingers of the Diocese of Eastern Kowloon (Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui) and Little Trout Children Choir as a part-time piano accompanist during her undergraduate studies at the Baptist University.