Harriet Chung studied dance at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts. She moved to Canada to further her dance training at the National Ballet of Canada. Afterwards danced professionally with dance companies in both the United States and Canada. Chung broke into musical theatre with a featured role in the world premiere production of Tiananmen Dreams. Immediately afterwards she joined the Toronto cast of The Phantom of the Opera. She left the show to join the German production of Cats in Hamburg. She then returned to Canada and returned for the final year of the Toronto production of The Phantom of the Opera. She has since appeared in many musicals such as several productions of The King & I, Iron Road, Starbright, Fiddler on Fire. Chung played the lead role in the opening musical at the 2006 Miss Chinese Toronto Pageant and was a featured performer at the 2014 Mandarin Profile Awards. She was nominated for an Ovation Theatre Award for Outstanding Choreography for her work in the Gateway Theatre production of The King & I in Vancouver.
Chung received critical acclaim when she starred in the world premiere of Golden Lotus and was nominated for a Hong Kong English Drama Award for Best Actress (Hecklers Award) for her portrayal of the title character. The musical was captured live and made into a feature length film and has earned her Best Actress awards from the Only The Best International Film Awards in Miami and the Best Actor & Director Awards - New York. She is currently recording a new album which will be released in 2022. The first single of the album A World Away (Remix) has earned numerous Best Music Video and Best Original Song awards. She was honoured with a Best Actress award from the Europe Film Festival U.K. for her performance in the music video.
Chung is the Artistic Director of Harriet Chung Performing Arts which teaches musical theatre, singing and dance.
Jenn Ip studied Business Administrative Studies and Marketing at York University and Seneca College. She grew passionate about Event Planning after graduating from school. Ip started as a part-time Wedding Event Planner for many of her friends in the 2000s while working full time in television for TSN - Bell Media. She has also worked for Fairchild Television. In 2018, she started her role as the General Manager at Harriet Chung Performing Arts. She has planned many events for the school, such as the Annual Winter concerts and Annual Year End Shows. She also acts as the liaison between the school and music festivals.