Praised by The Straits Times for her “admirable blend of sensitivity of musical understanding”, Singaporean pianist Jianing Ng has recently graduated as top of the keyboard department at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland on the Artist Diploma course. She was also a scholar and attained her Masters in Music (MMus) and Bachelors Degree (BMus) with First Class Honours at the RCS. She studied under the tutelage of Jonathan Plowright, Graeme Mcnaught, Petras Geniuses and Aaron Shorr.

As a soloist, she has gone on to clinch major awards in conservatoire competitions – she was awarded Governor’s Recital Prize for the Keyboard (June 2022), 1st prize for the Walcer Recital Solo Prize where she performed a

series of 5 lunchtime and evening recitals in London last November, 1st prize at the Jock Holden Memorial Mozart Concerto Prize and RCS Concerto Competition where she made her debut performance with the

RSNO with the Poulenc’s Double Piano Concerto.

Jia Ning is also an active chamber musician and an versatile accompanist. She is an Oxford Lieder Young Artist as well as Leeds Lieder Young Artist Season 2022-2023 and has recently been awarded the Hester Dickson Accompanist Prize for Lieder.

She is also on the Live Music Now Scotland scheme with her duo – Celtic Pacifica, and they have performed at the Scottish Arts Club and National Galleries of Scotland. Together with her violinist, Paul Docherty, they have recently been awarded 1st prize at the Dunbar-Gerber Prize for Chamber Music and she has recently performed a series of concerts across Scotland with the Resol String Quartet playing Mozart’s Piano Concerto K.466 and Beethoven’s 4th piano concerto.

Jia Ning will continue to remain in Scotland for the next year, and is excited for new opportunities to come.