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Gary Ngan

Gary Ngan

Violinist Gary Ngan has performed extensively across the continents of Asia, Africa, Europe, the North and South Americas as a chamber musician, ensemble clinician, historical performance specialist, orchestral leader, and soloist on both the modern and Baroque violin. He received degrees from Yale University and Eastman School of Music. He also holds the Fellowship Diploma from Trinity College, London and was awarded the Doctoral full-tuition scholarship from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

He has appeared in the Conservatory Project at the Kennedy Center and the New York String Orchestra Seminar at Carnegie Hall, as well as international music festivals. Besides being the Concertmaster of the Eastman Philharmonia (2007-2009) and the National Orchestral Institute (2006), he has served as the Concertmaster of Internationale Bachakademie Stuttgart’s Junges Stuttgarter Bach Ensemble (2012-2014).

In the field of period performance practice, Gary has collaborated as the ensemble leader with Jonathan Cohen, Iestyn Davies, and Hans-Christoph Rademann, performed under the baton of Simon Carrington, Stephen Layton, Paul O’Dette, Masaaki Suzuki, Matthew Halls, and Robert Levin, etc.. To promote the awareness of the historical-performance practice issues in the region, he regularly gives lectures and demos for the Early Music Society of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Arts Festival, and the Shantou University in China.​

Gary is the Associate Concertmaster of the City Chamber Orchestra of Hong Kong since 2010 and the Concertmaster of the Hong Kong SingFest. He is currently on faculty at the Hong Kong Baptist University, the Education University of Hong Kong, and the University of Hong Kong.


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