Ying Ho

Ying Ho has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician across Australia, England, Europe, Israel, China, and America. A recipient of the prestigious Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music International Scholarship, she studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London, the Universität der Künste in Berlin, and the Sydney Conservatorium. During her studies, she won multiple prizes and scholarships including the Else Cross (Brahms) Prize and the Maud Hornby Prize from the Royal Academy, First Prize at the Kawai Australasian Youth Concerto Competition, and the Sydney Conservatorium Concerto Competition. Ying regularly performs at major venues across Australia including the Sydney Opera House, the City Recital Hall, the Sydney Town Hall, the Melbourne Recital Centre, and the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. She has appeared for Virtuosi Tasmania, and was featured in the Brahmsiana Festival at MONA, Hobart with TSO members. She has also toured regionally for Musica Viva. A highly sought-after collaborative pianist, Ying has performed with many distinguished Australian and international artists. She toured with British/Norwegian violinist Charlie Siem for his inaugural Australian tour. She regularly collaborates with the Sydney Symphony Fellows and worked with the Sydney Symphony under Simone Young. As a chamber musician, she performed in festivals including the Prussia Cove International Musicians Seminar in England, the Lausanne Academie de Musique in Switzerland, the Estivo Chamber Music Festival in Verona, Italy, and at the Mimir Chamber Music Festival in Fort Worth, Texas. In 2008, Ying spent a year in Jerusalem where she was on the faculty of the Edward Said Conservatory of Music. She gave concerts in Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Ramallah, Haifa and Nazareth, and conducted the Conservatory's orchestra in Bach's Keyboard Concerto. Ying is currently Head of Keyboard at MLC School, Burwood, and also lectures in chamber music at the Sydney Conservatorium.

 

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