Vivian Ng

MSM - Conducting

Born and raised in Macau, Vivian Wai Hang Ng is a soprano, choral conductor, and pianist. An alumna of the Academia Música de S. Pio X in Macau and the prestigious Junior Programme at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, she went on to obtain a Bachelor of Arts in Music from the University of Oxford, where she was awarded performance and conducting scholarships at St Anne’s College during her final years of studies. During her time as an undergraduate, Ng has sung with choirs including Somerville College Choir and the Schola Cantorum of Oxford, and has worked as principal conductor of the Oxford University Chorus, and as organ scholar (chorister assistant) of Frideswide Voices (girls choir of Christ Church Cathedral, Oxford).

Ng's work as a pianist has been recognised at the Macao Young Musicians Competition, where she is a multiple-time recipient of the “Talent Prize” scholarship award and the winner of the “Cultural Affairs Bureau Prize” in 2015. She has a consistent tendency of being most alive when she is on stage, most passionate about inspiring young minds with music, and most enthusiastic in the intersection of and the intersection between theology and the arts (among other academic things).