Ng Yu Hng is a London-based Singaporean composer whose music has been performed internationally, in Europe, Asia and the Middle East. His works explore musical intertextuality, where quotations and allusions from past idioms inhabit contemporary textures.
His pieces have been performed by the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, CHROMA, Lontano, Meitar Ensemble (Tedarim), Hill Quartet, Xin Saxophone Quartet, Philomel, and by soloists such as George Fu, Richard Uttley and Maria Marchant among others.
He has also been programmed at numerous prestigious venues and festivals, including: the CEME International New Music Festival (Tel-Aviv, Israel); the 10th Singapore Saxophone Symposium and the IMPRINT concert at the Esplanade (Singapore); the Festival International de Guitare en Béarn des Gaves (Salies-de-Béarn, France); the Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church for Theorbo Today (London, UK); the Hochschule für Musik Nürnberg (Nuremberg, Germany); the Miyoshimachi Cultural Center (Japan), at the Hochschule Luzern (Lucerne, Switzerland), the Sibelius Academy, for the Singapore Symphonic Orchestra Musical Soundbites Series (Helsinki, Finland), among others.
Upcoming projects include organizing the Psalms Project, in collaboration with Deus Ex Musica (London, UK), and a cello sonata commissioned by Juan Aguilera Cerezo (Spain).