Ng Yu Hng is a composer based in London. Recent works include Chiasmus, performed by the Lontano Ensemble; Triptych, performed twice by London pianists Richard Uttley and Maria Marchant; Near Stasis, a percussion duet performed by the Modern Music Society at King’s College London. Carnival Duets shall be premiered at the IMPRINT concert at Esplanade, Singapore (2021).

He shall pursue a Masters in Composition at the Royal Academy of Music (2020-2021), generously supported by the Royal Academy bursary award and the Countess of Munster Musical Trust’s postgraduate study award. He has also completed a Bachelors in Music degree at King’s College London, under the supervision of Dr Edward Nesbit. At King’s, he was awarded the Purcell Prize in Music for academic excellence.

Other composition teachers include Dr Thomas Hyde (KCL), and Mr Phoon Yew Tien (Singapore). He has also attended workshops and seminars by Sir George Benjamin, Gary Carpenter, Philip Cashian, Howard Skempton and Dr Paul Archbold.

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Ng Yu Hng has written:

20th Century Forms: Stockhausen and Xenakis

Reimagining Bach: Finnissy's Commentary on BWV 562



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