Lim Chun attained his Postgraduate Diploma in Performance and Postgraduate Certificate in Performance with Distinction at the Royal Collage of Music after completing his Bachelor’s Degree of Music (Honours) at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Throughout his studies, Albert has attained a number of scholarships including Royal College of Music (Hong Kong); Welsh Male Choir Scholarships; the Society of APA Scholarships; Guinness Flight’s Music Prizes; Exxon Energy Limited Scholarships.
Lim has appeared as guest soloist in concerts with the Hong Kong Bach Choir, the Hong Kong Oratorio Society and the Hong Kong Philharmonic, works including: Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Magnificat in D, BWV 243”, George Frederic Handel “Israel in Egypt”, Johannes Brahms’s Ein Deutsches Requiem, op. 45, Petite messe solennelle by Gioacchino Rossini etc.
Lim Chun has also performed numerous roles of famous opera programmes such as playing Barone in Verdi’s La Traviata (Opera Hong Kong’s production); Dancairo in Bizet’s Carmen (Opera Hong Kong’s production); Gugliemo in Le Villi by Puccini (HKAPA’s production); Yakuside in Puccini’s Madamme Butterfly by (Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra); Marcello in Puccini’s La Boheme (HKAPA’s production);Ben in Menotti’s The Telephone (HKAPA’s production) etc.
In April 2007, he was invited by the Shanghai Opera House to sing the role of Dancairo in Bizet's Carmen by the Shanghai Opera House under the baton of Michel Plasson. In the same year, he sang the role of Gregorio from Gounod’s Romeo and Juliette in May and Johann from Massanet’s Werther for Opera Hong Kong in 2008. In March 2009, he was again invited to sing the role of Escamillo in Bizet’s Carmen for the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.
He took the role of Sun Chuen Mou from the local-composed Zhang Bao Zai and performed in the premiere with Musica Viva at Shanghai Expo 2010 during August.