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Shelley Ng


Shelley Ng has performed extensively as a soloist and in chamber ensembles on three continents in the world’s most renowned venues including Carnegie Hall (New York), the Seiji Ozawa Hall (Tanglewood), Harris Hall (Aspen), and Milton Court (London). She was invited to perform at prestigious festivals including the Tanglewood Music Festival, where she also appeared in the Tanglewood Festival of Contemporary Music, Aspen Music Festival, Santa Fe Chamber Music Festival and Taiwan International Festival of Arts. Her performances and interviews have been featured on Radio Television Hong Kong and WHRB, Harvard Radio Broadcasting.​

During the 2022/2023 season, Shelley was invited by the Consulate of the Czech Republic to perform on the National Day of the Czech Republic. She gave a solo recital in the Hong Kong Museum of Art and performed in 8 cities in the US, including Shenandoah University and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Shelley presented a lecture recital on Messiaen’s Vingt regards sur l’Enfant-Jésus in the HKU MUSE series of The University of Hong Kong. Beyond solo performances, she toured the USA and Canada with the piano quartet in residence on Lincoln Center Stage. Shelley’s avid interest in the creation of new works and the presentation of engaging concert repertoire has allotted her the opportunity to give the world premiere of The Happy Family and Songs of Virotopia by Daniel Lo, performed works by Lachenamnn and Beat Furrer in Hong Kong Cultural Center, as well as two dance operas by Chan Hing-yan and Daniel Lo in the Hong Kong Arts Festival.

Shelley is currently associate musician of the Hong Kong New Music Ensemble. Prior to her return, Shelley was the staff pianist of studios of Midori Gotō, Pamela Frank, Bing Wang and Margaret Batjer. Shelley earned her Master’s degrees from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with distinction and subsequently from Rice University, where she worked closely with Virginia Weckstrom, Cho-Liang Lin and Norman Fischer

Shelley Ng
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