Pianist Cherry TSANG received her doctorate degrees from the Eastman School of Music in the United States.
Tsang appeared on stage as a soloist and chamber musician in Asia, Europe, North and South America, and made her debut at the legendary Carnegie Hall in 2009. Under the batons of Neil Varon, Alan Cumberland, Christoph Campestrini and other renowned conductors, she performed with local and overseas orchestras including The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) Symphony Orchestra, Hong Kong Ars Nova Orchestra and the Eastman Symphony Orchestra. Last year during the pandemic, Tsang appeared as the Piano Concerto Soloist with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University Students’ Union Orchestra.
Recently Tsang has toured with her chamber groups in Spain, Australia and numerous cities in China. She often appeared in the Hong Kong Sinfonietta Chamber Music series, Music del Cuore series, and was invited to Wooster Music Festival and Sanibel Music Festival in the United States, and at prestigious venues including the Kneisel Hall, New York University, Symphony Space and the Miller Theatre at Columbia University.
A versatile musician, Tsang has shared the stage with world famous musician including Giuliano Sommerhalder, Esteban Batallán Cons, Florent Héau, Michel Arrignon and Piotr Milewski. Her collaborations with trumpeter James Thompson led to the recording “Arias from Bach’s cantatas” released by the International Trumpet Guild in 2014, and later was presented as a featured solo artist in “Our Music Talent” series by the Hong Kong Leisure and Cultural Services Department in 2015.
Dr. Tsang is a piano faculty at Hong Kong Baptist University, and coaches piano chamber music and collaborative piano in the HK Academy for Performing Arts for the graduate degree programmes.