Born in Hong Kong, Chloe started learning the piano at the age of 5 and took up the clarinet 5 years later. In 2011, Chloe was offered a Music Scholarship to study at the prestigious Uppingham School, Rutland. Whilst there, Chloe was heavily involved in the school orchestras, choirs and ensembles, performing in venues like the Royal Albert Hall, King’s College, Cambridge and Ely Cathedral. After finishing her Music degree at the University of Bristol in 2016, Chloe studied with Lorenzo Iosco and played in the Pro Arte Orchestra of Hong Kong.
In September 2018, Chloe started her Master of Performance course at the Royal Northern College of Music, studying with Matthew Hunt and Antonio Salguero. Chloe has been involved in various projects, such as performing as First Clarinet in the Symphony Orchestra, First Clarinet in the Orchestra Lab Concert, as well as side-by-side performances with the Manchester Camerata. Chloe has also enjoyed a lot of chamber music playing, having received chamber coaching from Tim Reynish, Laura Jellicoe and Lindsey Stoker. In May 2019 Chloe will be giving an exciting recital at the RNCM with the Clarute Duo.
Brian Low Rhung Wei is undertaking his BMus Performance degree at the Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) in Manchester, and undergoes principal study tutelage from tutor in piano and pedagogy, and former Deputy Head of Keyboard, Prof. Helen Krizos. Having taken formal piano lessons from the age of 7, Brian was noticed at the age of 10 by then Head of Music at Wells Cathedral School, Dorothy Nancekievill, and went on to further his music studies at Wells Cathedral School, England with a scholarship as a specialist musician, where he studied piano with Head of Keyboard, Prof. John Byrne. Brian was also involved in choirs throughout his time at Wells, and taking up the violin, where was a part of various WCS string ensembles and the school's Symphony Orchestra.