Vonald Chow obtained his Master of Music in Performance degree at Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London. He finished Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in Music with first class honours in Hong Kong Baptist University. He obtained LTCL in Percussion in 2010 and was awarded the Dr. Daniel Tse Music Scholarship in 2013. Vonald studied timpani under David Corkhill (Principal Percussion of London Philharmonia Orchestra) and Tony Bedewi (Co-Principal Timpani of London Symphony Orchestra). He also studied percussion under Sam Walton (Co-Principal Percussion of London Symphony Orchestra) and Dr. Lung Heung-wing.
In 2015, he joined Britten-Pears Orchestra in Aldeburgh, United Kingdom and performed solo in International Katarzyna Myćka Marimba Academy in Hannover, Germany. Vonald also performed with London Symphony Orchestra under the baton of Simon Rattle in Barbican Hall in July 2015. Apart from solo and orchestral music, Vonald is also an experienced ensemble player, he performed The Invisible Proverb with Russell Hartenberger (member of Nexus) in a quintet and choreographers in London Contemporary Dance School. He was a founding member of Quarter, a two-piano-two-percussion group specialising in contemporary classical music since 2016.