Trevor Tsang, baritone, has loved singing for as long as he can remember and has been singing solos in church, school, and concert venues for more than 40 years. From an early age, he was exposed to excellent music . His mother, the church pianist, brought him to preparatory classes at the University of Cincinnati: College Conservatory of Music, one the nation’s top 5 music schools. Throughout his childhood he sang solos in church and in school musicals. But he developed a deep love and admiration for classical singing during his undergraduate studies at the University of Cincinnati. He also performed during his graduate studies at the University of Washington, and later with San Diego’s San Elijo Chorale. Currently, he sings with the Bellevue-based Cascadian Chorale, a select, auditioned chamber chorus. He also teaches voice and piano at his private studio.
Elaine Tsang, mezzo-soprano, has loved music since she was a young child. Comfortable in music of many genres, she participated in orchestra, band, and chorus. As a versatile singer, she sings jazz, pop, and rock, but has a special affinity for the beauty and technical demands of classical singing. In addition to singing in church choirs all her life, Elaine has directed church choirs off and on for the past twenty-five years. She also arranges music and plays the viola and piano. She currently sings with two auditioned groups, Cascadian Chorale, a Bellevue-based chamber chorus, and the Ensign Symphony and Chorus.