Andrew Hon is in demand as a conductor and clinician for choirs in North America, England and Hong Kong. His recent conducting appearances include concerts at the Théâtre Maisonneuve (Montreal), Alice Tully Hall (New York), St. James’s Church Piccadilly (London), Trinity College Chapel (Cambridge, U.K.), Harvard University, and the Hong Kong Cultural Centre. He has prepared choruses for Aik Khai Pung, William Weinert, Paul Phoenix, and
Stephen Coker, and studied with world-renowned conductors including Helmuth Rilling, Rolf Beck, Masaaki Suzuki, David Hill, Markus Utz, Grete Pedersen, and Stefan Parkman.
Dr. Hon holds master’s degrees in choral conducting from the University of Cincinnati and from the Yale School of Music, where he served as conductor of the Yale Glee Club Chamber Singers and Principal Assistant Conductor of
the Yale Camerata. He was Director of the McGill University Chorus from 2019 to 2021. Dr. Hon was Viva Choir conductor of the Ottawa Children’s Choir, Guest Conductor of the Choir of the Church of St. Andrew and St. Paul
(Montreal). Recently, he earned his doctoral in choral conducting at McGill University.