Singing Without Boundaries - Virtual Choir
We came as a group because of the joy of singing, moreover, appreciation of how music gives us relief and empowerment when we need a boost of positive energy.
Over the past months, we have witnessed significant changes in our way of life, our families and communities brought by an unprecedented pandemic. The need for social distancing might mean we cannot gather for a while, however, thanks to technology, we could still spread our love through singing!
As a prayer to God who guides us through uncertainties, 51 of us decided to ‘join voices’ virtually in performing <I am His Child>. It has even included nine beautiful voices from Canada, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States.
We also wish our Alma Mater, MIC sisters, young sisters and teachers safe and healthy through these unusual times. Stay safe, until we meet again!
Joie de Vivre Concert
13 January 2019, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Good Hope Singers takes you on a joyful ride of the wonderment in life in the Joie de Vivre (Joy of Life) charity concert as we share the stage with Professor Nancy Yuen, Professor Gabriel Leung, Miss Amelia Chan, Mr. Raymond Fu, the Good Hope School Choir and the Good Hope Kindergarten Choir. Joie de Vivre is a celebration concert to commemorate the redevelopment of Good Hope School Delia's Wing and for Nancy to mark her Pearl Anniversary on stage. Proceeds of the concert, less expenses, are contributed to the redevelopment of Delia's Wing and The Nancy Yuen Singing Scholarship at the HK Academy for Performing Arts in 70/30 ratio respectively.
Let Us Shine Concert
10 April 2016, Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Concert Hall
“Let Us Shine” lights up the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts Concert Hall with heartwarming melodies to all who can really SEE through music. Good Hope Singers shares the stage with visually impaired singers to perform in the charity concert to raise funds to purchase piano books especially written for the visually impaired, for donation to the Hong Kong Society for the Blind and to Ebenezer School.
Our sincere appreciation to Nancy, Amelia and Verna for sharing your time with us. Our gratitude to Good Hope Singers members Katherine, Melody and Esther who partnered to make our singing more pitch perfect and lively. Cheers to the Executive Committee for your effort, time and dedication to take on the responsibilities to plan for the concert, without you the concert would not be possible. Special thanks to Judy and Janice, our backstage heroes, who perfectly controlled all our logistics. To all Good Hope Singers who performed in "Let Us Shine", a BIG thank-you because your effort will help to bring music to visually impaired students in Hong Kong.
We are donating HK$45,000 to buy the music book "Music Through My Spectacle" which will be distributed to different schools with visually impaired students and to Ebenezer School.
Thanksgiving Pageant Performance
27-28 November 2015, Good Hope School
We were invited to perform at the Pageant to mark the conclusion of our dear School’s Diamond Jubilee Anniversary. Thank you so much to all the Good Hope Singers who participated in the performance!
Homecoming Day Performance
14 November 2015, Good Hope School
To raised funds for our Form five students and to catch up with our Good Hopers and friends, Good Hope Singers not just performed a few good songs at the events, we also volunteered selling delicious cupcakes, designed phone accessories and some colourful kids friendly headphones at our booth.
Love in Action Concert
12 July 2015, Good Hope School Delia's Hall
Good Hope Singers joined hands with choir members from Good Hope School Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten sections to sing for Nepal Earthquake Relief.
We welcomed over 450 guests to our Concert filling the Delia's Hall with warmth and passion. Special guests included Sister Mary Olga, Sister Pauline, Mrs Green (Principal of Secondary) and Mrs Ng (Principal of Kindergarten).
United we shared a common goal to send our love to the needy in Nepal, our heartiest gratitude to Good Hope School and all who came to support us. We managed to raise over $300,000 with all ticket sales and donations received, without deduction of costs, donated to the Hong Kong Red Cross to support its Nepal ’s Earthquake Relief, Recovery and Disaster Preparedness efforts. We were honoured to have Ms Bonnie So, Secretary General from Hong Kong Red Cross, to join us at our Concert and receive our donation. Blessed we are to have the opportunity to help others and singing as one unity past and present for a good deed.
Seeds of Music Concert
6 April 2014, Good Hope School Primary School Hall
Under the baton of Mrs. Daisy Tai, this year is the 40th anniversary of Good Hope School Choir and the 5th anniversary of Good Hope Singers. The Good Hope family from Kindergarten to graduates gather to sing you memorable songs. We hope the seeds of music are planted in your heart just like all of us!
Somewhere in my Christmas Memory Concert
23 December 2012, Our Lady of the Magnificat Chapel
In the holiday season of love and sharing, we are presenting you with a Christmas concert in memory of Lily Yang, our friend in Good Hope School and the School Choir.
Lily Yang Yan Lee-loi 楊恩莉萊 (form five graduation: 2002), passed away on 4 November 2012 at the young age of 27. She was a registered Chinese Herbalist, a very kind hearted person who regularly offered free consultation services to the elderly. She was also a member of Good Hope Singers.
Proceeds from the concert go to financial support of Lily’s family.
My Rainbow Concert
26 May 2012, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Rainbow, one of the oldest symbols of hope, vision and dream, is something that fascinates mankind. "My Rainbow" bestows the opportunity for Good Hope Singers to fulfil their mission of singing and music making. Good Hope Singers welcomed over 1000 guests again to the Concert Hall at the HK Cultural Centre on May 26, 2012. Proceeds of the concert, less expenses, are donated to the Music Therapy program provided by Heep Hong Society to help children with developmental and learning problems and Good Hope School. We managed to put on a good performance and raised fund for the children of the Heep Hong Society.
Our heartiest thanks to all those who have helped us; our guest conductors, Prof Chan Wing Wah, Prof Gabriel Leung, Mr Lim, to our guest organist, Mr Peter Yue, to our dedicated music teacher, Mrs Daisy Tai and to our Honorary President, Ms Nancy Yuen. Special thanks to Ms Shirley Bolen for rearranging the beautiful English medley "Rainbow Memories" for us, thanks to the Good Hope Kindergarten children for dancing and singing together with us and thanks to so many others whom we cannot all name here. THANK-YOU!
The Great Chef of Hong Kong - Culinary Extravaganza's 20th Anniversary Performance
2 June 2011, Grand Hyatt Hotel
We're invited to be a guest performer in "The Great Chef of Hong Kong" a Grand Hyatt hotel organised by Heep Hong Society. Heep Hong Society has been organising this event for the 20th year and we are very happy to celebrate this special moment with them. Presenting 40 incredible chefs and 51 of the city's top food and beverage establishments, The Great Chefs are uniting on a pro-bono basis for the year's best culinary event. All proceeds go to the charity ensuring that local children with learning or social difficulties such as Autism, Asperger Syndrome and ADHD directly benefit from this event.
Love in Action Concert
16 April 2011, Good Hope School Primary School Hall
Good Hope Singers joined hands with choir members from Good Hope School Secondary, Primary and Kindergarten sections to sing for Japan Earthquake and Tsunami Relief. We welcomed over 1,350 guests to our Concert filling the Primary School Hall with warmth and passion. United we shared a common goal to send our love to the needy in Japan, our heartiest gratitude to Good Hope School and all who came to support us. We managed to raise over $731,000 with all ticket sales and donations received, without deduction of costs, donated to the Hong Kong Red Cross to support its Japan ’s Earthquake and Tsunami Relief, Recovery and Disaster Preparedness efforts. We were honoured to have Dr Ko Wing Man, Director of Hong Kong Red Cross, to join us at our Concert and receive our donation. Blessed we are to have the opportunity to help others.
Seasons of Love Concert
13 February 2011, Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall
Good Hope Singers welcomed over 1200 guests to the Concert Hall at the HK Cultural Centre on February 13, 2011. Despite the many difficulties we faced during the preparation stage, Good Hope Singers delivered one of our best performances ever with "Seasons of Love" on this Valentine's eve. We were all transformed on stage lifting the emotions of our guests and supporters with our singing. The many messages of encouragement we received made us all proud of our achievements. We managed to put on a good performance and raised fund for the children of the Heep Hong Society.
Our heartiest thanks to all those who have helped us; our guest conductors, Prof Chan Wing Wah, Prof Gabriel Leung, Mr Kiang, Mr Lim, to our guest pianist, Mr Stephen Wong, our guest organist, Mr Peter Yue, to our dedicated music teacher, Mrs Daisy Tai and to our Honorary President, Ms Nancy Yuen. Special thanks to Ms Shirley Bolen and Mr Alan Chu for rearranging the Chinese and English medleys for us, thanks to the Good Hope School choir for singing together with us and thanks to so many others whom we cannot all name here. THANK-YOU!