QMA Alumna, Tricia En Lin Ng
Join us on September 15, 2022 for the violin recital of QMA Alumni, Tricia En Lin Ng, acommpanied by Nicole En Pei Ng.
412, Assembly Hall, Qatar Music Academy
6:30 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.
- W.A. Mozart - Sonata for Violin and Piano in Em - K304
- F. Kreisler - Schön Rosmarin
- P.Tchaikovsky - Melodie, Op. 42 No.3
- N. Paganini - Variations on Nel cor più non mi sento, MS 44
About Tricia En Lin Ng
Tricia started learning to play the violin when she was 3 through the Suzuki method and had her first public performance at the age of 4. She has taken much pride and delight in playing and performing the violin ever since. She moved to Qatar with her parents when she was 6 in 2010 and joined the Qatar Music Academy (QMA) in the Western music academic program in late 2011. She was awarded the prestigious QMA scholarship through the 2012-2013 and 2015-2016 academic years.
She graduated from QMA since then and has since achieved many accolades. One of her earliest achievements in QMA was passing with Distinction for the ABRSM Grade 8 Violin Practical at the young age of 9. Her talent was further recognized as evidenced by the several significant prizes awarded to her in the national and international violin competitions that she participated. Her soloist debut was in 2016 with the QPO/QMA orchestra performing A. Vivaldi's Four season – La Primavera ("Spring"). In 2018, she performed the first movement of N. Paganini's Violin Concerto No one as the soloist with the QPO.
In addition to participating in competitions, Tricia has also participated in several renowned masterclasses and quartet programs. In 2019, she was invited to participate in one of the USA's top quartet programs for young talents, the Castleman Quartet Program. She has had intensive masterclasses with the program founder, Mr. Charles Castleman (violin professor at Frost School of Music, University of Miami).
She has also benefited tremendously from many other masterclasses conducted by Mr. Jean-Marc Phillips-Varjabedian (violin professor at CNSMDP), Mr. Petru Munteanu (violin professor at the University of violin professor the Nuremberg University of Music), etc.
Accompanist: Nicole En Pei Ng
Nicole started learning to play the piano from 3 years old under the Suzuki method. She went on to achieve her ABRSM Grade 8 Piano Distinction when she was 10 years old. Nicole proceeded to achieve a Distinction at her ABRSM Level 4 Diploma in Music Performance for Piano (ARSM) at age 11. Since then, she has been accompanying other musicians in their concertos and sonatas.