Ning Hui See
Ning Hui See is a Singapore-born pianist recognised for her "refined touch, voluminous sound and an all-rounded musical personality" (The Straits Times). Her doctoral research 'Concert Programming Strategies: Clara Wieck-Schumann’s Piano Sonata' examines issues of gender, value, and the musical canon. She is passionate about practical and meaningful strategies towards the integration of lesser-known composers into concert repertoire and education. She has presented her research at conferences by the European Platform for Artistic Research, the RMA/BFE, the Institute of Austrian and German Music Research (Surrey), and the Gender and Musicianship Study Days (Helsinki). Ning Hui is a C H Scholar working with Prof Rosie Perkins, Prof Natasha Loges and Danny Driver at the Royal College of Music London. She is also a Graduate Teaching Assistant for historical studies.
A Kris Foundation Artist, Ning Hui enjoys giving concerts at the Steinway Hall, Regent Hall, St. Martin-in-the-Fields, St James' Piccadilly, the Old Royal Naval College, the Austrian Cultural Forum, Victoria & Albert Museum, and Leighton House Museum. Elsewhere in the UK, she has given recitals at the Pallant House Gallery, The Venue at the Leeds College of Music, the Wells Cathedral School, and the Yehudi Menuhin School. She has also performed in France, Italy, Brussels, Sweden, Aspen (Colorado), and the Esplanade Recital Studio in Singapore. She performed the Grieg Piano Concerto with the Orchestra di Padova e del Veneto in Padua and Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 3 with the Danube Orchestra in Budapest and has featured on BBC Four, BBC Radio 3 and Symphony 92.4FM.
Earlier in her career, Ning Hui was a laureate of the "Citta di Padova" and Cesar Franck International Piano Competitions in Italy and Belgium, and the RCM Esther Fisher Prize. She was a BBC Young Musician keyboard finalist and the Grand Prize Winner at the Singapore Steinway Youth Competition. Ning Hui attained her BMus (Hons), MMus, and Artist Diploma with Distinctions while studying with John Byrne and Dmitri Alexeev at the RCM, and Deniz Gelenbe and Sergio de Simone at Trinity Laban.
Faculties / departments: Research