Born in Hong Kong, Jason Tsz-Shing Liu studied the piano, the cello and composition since an early age. He is studying conducting under the tutelage of Mr Apollo Wong. A current Master student at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Liu is majoring in Collaborative Piano under the tutelage of Mr Hsu Wei-En.
Liu majored in Composition and Electronic Music in the Junior Music Programme of the HKAPA under the tutelage of Ms Poly Ng. His pieces were performed and awarded locally and abroad. Recent pieces include The Iron House for baritone and piano, one of the three finalist pieces of Oper Leipzig’s 2021 composition competition “Wahrheiten”, chamber piece The Vanishing Glimpse commissioned by Musicus Society and The Diaspora for The Learners Chorus.
An alumnus of the Hong Kong Children’s Choir, Liu toured extensively as a singer and was the accompanist for the Choir’s 2011 European Tour. He is currently a tutor of HKCC.
An active solo and collaborative musician, Liu appears as conductor, singer, pianist and cellist in various choruses and orchestras. Liu is currently Assistant Conductor of The Learners Chorus. He was also the chorus master for Ponte Singer’s production of Brahms’ Ein deutsches Requiem.
Liu has completed his Master in Architecture and Bachelor of Arts (Architectural Studies) at the University of Hong Kong. He was the recipient of multiple prizes and scholarships during his study.