Cheryl Hui obtained Master of Arts in Music and BA(Hons) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and the University of Hong Kong respectively, studying percussion and timpani performance with James Boznos, (Principal Timpani, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra). As an active performer, Hui has performed with the SAR Philharmonic Orchestra, Hong Kong New Music Ensemble, the Medical Association Orchestra and the Pro Arte Orchestra of Hong Kong. Most recently she performed as part of Trey Lee's residency at HKU. Specializing in contemporary music, Hui has premiered works by Dr. Anthony Cheng, Dr. Joyce Tang, Dr. Austin Yip, Gordon Fung, Yip Chi Chung and John Luther Adams. As a composer, she studied with Dr. Joshua Chan. Hui's current interest lies in electroacoustic and world music. Hui and her ensemble, Quadrasonic won first prize in the Hong Kong Percussion Competition 2016 with her original composition, The Distant Sound.