Musicus Soloists Hong Kong (MSHK) is Hong Kong’s leading chamber ensemble. Directed and initiated by renowned cellist Trey Lee, it is a fluid, inventive collective featuring the city’s best emerging artists. Each a talented soloist in their own right, MSHK’s musicians are alumni of various North American and European education institutions and laureates of global competitions. MSHK combines the gifts of these young musicians with the wealth of experience of preeminent international artists both in Hong Kong and abroad to offer up cross-cultural musical interpretations.

Playing concerts as both large and small ensembles, MSHK performs a wide repertoire ranging from Baroque to modern masters such as Arvo Pärt. Since launching in 2022, the ensemble has already collaborated with such names as violinists Florian Donderer and Barnabás Kelemen, pianist Louis Lortie and the London Chamber Orchestra. In November 2024, MSHK will premiere a newly commissioned piece by Korean composer Seung-Won Oh at the iconic Salle Gaveau in Paris.

MSHK is one of the key pillars of Musicus Society. It furthers the Society’s vision of promoting cross-cultural collaboration of music between leading local and international artists, and is a sign of its commitment to nurturing Hong Kong musical talent.

This is an ensemble dedicated to presenting music at the highest level.
Trey Lee
Artistic Director
Musicus Society

Promoting cross-cultural collaboration of music internationally

Musicus Society

was founded in 2010 by a group of music lovers as the vision of cellist Trey Lee to become an international music organization with quality performances and world-class home-grown artists. 

The Society’s mission is to promote cross-cultural collaboration of music internationally between top local and overseas artists through performances and by nurturing the next generation of talent.