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Short Bio

Ng Yu Hng is a London-based Singaporean composer whose works explore notions of musical time. In particular, he is interested in the phenomenological experience of 'temporal bubbles' within textures evoking timelessness.    


He read his Master’s degree at the Royal Academy of Music, under the Countess of Munster Musical Trust Scholarship. Previously, he studied at King’s College London, achieving the Purcell Prize in Music for academic excellence.​   


His music have been performed internationally, in 13 countries across Europe, Asia  and the Middle East. He has worked with notable ensembles and performers including: the Singapore Chinese Orchestra, Black Pencil Ensemble, CHROMA, Lontano, Meitar Ensemble, Hill Quartet, Xin Saxophone Quartet, Philomel, and by soloists such as George Fu, Richard Uttley and Maria Marchant among others.     


His pieces were also featured at prestigious festivals and concert halls, including: the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Schokland and Surroundings (Netherlands), the CEME New Music Festival (Israel); the Esplanade Concert Hall (Singapore), New Music Days Festival (Switzerland), the Miyoshimachi Cultural Center (Japan), and at Fitzwilliam College Chapel, University of Cambridge (UK) among others.

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