Cook Up Some Music, performed by the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra and the Bear Children's Choir under the baton of Yip Wing-sie, is one of the highlights of the International Arts Carnival. The performance consists of three parts: the musical Come and Eat! ; Cook Up Some Music, which experiments with sounds; and Tableware Going Clinkety Clank, featuring a father-and- son duo creating new melodies with spoons, forks and plates. Members of the Bear Children's Choir Chan Tin-yan, 14, and Cyrus Yeung Wai-hang, 15, said it was fun working with the famous Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra. Tin-yan, a second former at Tsuen wan Government Secondary School, plays a mother with four children. 'A choir is formal, but the performance brings our singing to life. And it is interesting that we can eat on stage!' she said. Third former Wai-hang no longer thinks Chinese music is old-fashioned, after seeing how Chinese instruments can play modern songs. The show will be performed on July 13 and 14 at the Hong Kong City Hall Concert Hall.