Nina Sin-I WONG, Violin
In the 28th Macao Young Musicians Competition held in 2010 she won first prize in Violin Solo – Advanced Level, String Concerto and Chamber Music for String and was also the winner of the Cultural Affairs Bureau Prize. Recently, Nina Wong Sin I was invited to perform as a soloist at the “Flourishing Art” concert with the Macao Orchestra receiving high acclaims. Nina also the violinist and founder of Virtus Quartet which won the 2nd Prize of 5th International Chamber Music Festival in Shang Hai.
Nina held her Master of Music degree, Bachelor of Music degree at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts under the tutelage of Ivan Chan.
Nina has attended various masters classes with Vengerov Maxim, Jimmy Lin, Peter Serkin, Earl Carlyss, Ann Schein, Julia Lichten, David Geber, Peter Otto, Amy Lee, Stephen Rose, Jay Liu, Thanos Adamopoulos, William Pu, Lynn Chang, Robert Davidovici, Xie Nan, Paul Kantor, Miami String Quartet, ShangHai Quartet and Orion String Quartet, etc. In 2015, she had a master class and performed the Mendelssohn Octet in E-flat Major Op. 20 with the Steven Tenenbom..
Nina was the concertmaster of the Asia Youth Orchestra (2013) with the full scholarship, Asia Tour with Steven Isserlis. She also participated in Kent Blossom Music Festival in 2014, performed and studied under faculty of the Cleveland Orchestra. And in 2015 and 2017 she joined at the Meadowmount School of Music Summer Season, studying under Jan Mark Sloman and Sally Thomas. In 2018, Nina was invited by Bowdoin International Music Festival as a Fellow Artist, work with numerous artists such as the Brentano string quartet, Ying quartet, Jupiter Quartet, Abu Schnarch, Peter Serkin and etc.
Nina was also the concertmaster of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) Symphony Orchestra, and the Macau Youth Symphony Orchestra (MYSO). In 2012, Wong performed Butterfly’s Love by He Zhan Ho as a soloist in the Japan Tour with MYSO. She had also performed in Lisbon, Italy, Berlin, Prague, Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen and Hong Kong among other places.
Wong has abundant experiences with many different orchestras besides HKAPA Symphony Orchestra and MYSO, such as Hong Kong Philharmonic, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Hong Kong City Chamber Orchestra, Macau Orchestra, Bundesjugend orchestra, Prazskakomornfilharmonie (PKF), and the Portuguese Symphony Orchestra, etc.
Nina is also a stage performer. Her first acting debut in the “la Traviata” by More Than Musical under director Nicholas Muni and music director Wei-en Hsu. Her acting and playing receiving high acclaims.
Pianist: Charles Tam Chun-him
Cellist: Xu Ting
Sonata for violin & piano No. 1 in A major, Op. 13
4.Allegro quasi presto
Sonata for Violin and Cello
4.Vif avec entrain
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