Presented by the Centre for Russian Music, we are pleased to welcome pianists Sinae Sung and Jianing Ng from the Royal Scottish Conservatoire.
Performing a short rush-hour concert of works by Lyadov, Rachmaninoff and Henselt.
A. Lyadov: Variations on a Polish Folk Theme, Op.51
A.v. Henselt: Ballade Op. 31
Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata No.2
Praised by The Straits Times for her “admirable blend of sensitivity of musical understanding, Singaporean pianist JIANING NG, graduated with a First Class Honours at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland for her Bachelors Degree, as well as Masters of Music in Piano Performance under the tutelage of Jonathan Plowright and Aaron Shorr. Back in Singapore, she was invited to perform at the Victoria Concert Hall and The Esplanade, and was awarded the David Marshall Young Artist scholarship to further her craft at the School Of The Arts, Singapore (SOTA). During her studies at the RCS, she has gone on to clinch several major awards in competitions, the most recent being – 1st prize for the Walcer Recital Solo Prize (2021), 1st prize at the Jock Holden Memorial Mozart Concerto Prize (2020), 1st Prize at RCS Concerto Competition (2019) where she will be performing at the Glasgow City Halls in April 2022, and 2nd prize at the Lamond Prize Competition (2017).
Jia Ning is currently studying with Petras Geniuses and Aaron Shorr for her Artist Diploma at the RCS with a full scholarship from the Inches Carr Trust Scholarship and Craxton Memorial Award Trust.
SINAE SUNG was born in 1995 in Paju, South Korea. She has recently attained her Artist Diploma in Piano Performance, as well as Masters of Music (2018-2020) at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland whilst under the tutelage of Sinae Lee. Sinae started her musical studies at the age of 5 and continued to pursue her craft in middle school with the Samsung dream scholarship funding. She studied with Hae-Ran Kim and Hwa-Young Yi. She had her first solo recital in Paju city hall when she was 16 years old. As a full scholarship student, Sinae studied with Hyoung-shil Hahn at Gachon University in South Korea, and graduated with top honours of classical instrument department (Bachelor of Music). As a soloist, she has been awarded the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Performance Prize for Keyboard (2021) and took 2nd Prize of Walcer Prize (2021), 2nd Place of The Jock Holden Memorial Mozart Prize (2020), 3rd Prize of Governors Recital Prize for Keyboard (2020), and 2nd prize of Lamond Prize for piano solo (2019) in RCS. In September 2021, she has commenced her studies of Doctor of Performing Arts at the RCS.
This recital is free and open to all.
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|18 Nov 2021||5:15pm - 6:00pm|
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