Kenneth Mok, an active musician in the New England area, has performed as concertmaster of Calliope and principal second violin for the Unitas Ensemble, the Video Game Orchestra, and the Boston Chamber Orchestra. As a soloist, he’s appeared with the Collegium Musicum Hong Kong, UMass Boston Chamber Orchestra, and the Hong Kong Baptist University Orchestra. Kenneth has performed in numerous national and international locations including Boston, New York, Las Vegas, Beijing (China), Fukuoka (Japan) and London.
His teaching repertoire ranges from Bartok, Prokofiev, and Paganini, to Bach, Shostakovich, and works by local living composers such as David Patterson. Kenneth’s students have received awards and acceptances through the Dedham School of Music Concerto Competition, the Hong Kong School Festival, and Youth & Muse Boston International Music Festival.
Kenneth holds a Master of Music degree from The Boston Conservatory and an undergraduate degree from Hong Kong Baptist University. In 2003, he was awarded a diploma in Violin Performance by the Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music. Recently, he completed the Massachusetts Cultural Council’s Music Educator/Teaching Artist (META) fellowship program. He also currently serves as a faculty member at the University of Massachusetts, Boston.