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Miss Ning Hui See


Ning Hui See is a pianist from Singapore recognised for her "refined touch Ö and an all-rounded musical personality" (The Straits Times). Currently based in London, the 22-year-old has appeared in recitals at the Steinway Hall, Regent Hall, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Victoria & Albert Museum, Leighton House Museum, the Pallant House Gallery, the Wells Cathedral School and the Yehudi Menuhin School. Additional concerts have brought her to Padua and Venice in Italy, the Harris Hall at Aspen, Colorado, and a performance of the Grieg Piano Concerto with the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto. Over the years, her homecoming concerts at the Esplanade Recital Studio in Singapore have been lauded for her passion, her sound and her mastery of various styles. Ning Hui's performances have been featured on BBC Four, BBC Radio 3 and Symphony 92.4FM.

Ning Huiís awards include top prizes at the "Citta di Padova" International Competition in Italy and the Cesar Franck International Piano Competition in Belgium, as well as the MMSF Mark James Piano Award. She was a 2014 BBC Young Musician keyboard finalist and the 2014 Sevenoaks Young Musician. As the Grand Prize Winner at the 2012 Singapore Steinway Youth Competition, she represented the country at the Asia Pacific Finals. Ning Hui received the Esther Fisher Prize from the Royal College of Music, where her performances at the finals of the college's top competitions - the Chappell Medal, Schumann and Concerto Competitions - were highly-commended. Her studies were supported by the Gylla Godwin Scholarship, the Charles Napper Scholarship and the St Marylebone Educational Foundation Grant.
In Singapore, Ning Hui received her early musical training from Fang Yuan at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (Special Young Talents) and the acclaimed pianist Albert Tiu. She has worked in masterclasses with esteemed artists such as Barry Douglas, Leslie Howard and Sofya Gulyak. She has studied with Arie Vardi and Yoheved Kaplinsky at the Aspen Music Festival, as well as Nelita True and Peter Donohoe at the Chethamís Summer School. Ning Hui currently studies with Deniz Gelenbe at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance as a Scholar. She attained her Master of Music with Distinction and Bachelor of Music (Hons) First Class from the Royal College of Music, where she studied with John Byrne and Dmitri Alexeev.

Besides her solo engagements, Ning Hui is a passionate chamber musician and music teacher. She enjoys composition and research, possessing a particular interest in the correlation between historical events and musical developments. She is a Concordia Artist and Talent Unlimited Artist with upcoming engagements in the UK.

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Address: Greater London
Phone: Show Number
Mobile: Show Number
Fee (60 minutes): £45.00
Fee (45 minutes): £35.00

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