Aimee Sung 宋艾樟, Violin

Aimee Sung graduated from the Indiana University Bloomington School of Music on the Hong Kong Sir Edward Youde Memorial Scholarship for Overseas Studies. She was among the last batch of students of the late Russian violinist, Nelli Shkolnikova, and she studied baroque violin with Stanley Ritchie. She further studied with violinist Chen Xiang in mainland China upon graduation, and has taken part in master-classes with Michael Frischenschlager, Paul Roczek and Alex Kerr.

 

Sung is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Sandra Wagstaff Scholarship for String Concerto, Miss Barbara Fei Instrumental Scholarship, Interlochen Fine Arts Award, South China Morning Post Student Musician of the Year Award, Sir Edward Youde Memorial Prize, Indiana University Dean’s Award and Faculty Award. She has performed on concert stages worldwide, including Austria, Italy, Sweden, the United States, Japan, mainland China, and her performance was broadcasted on Radio Television Hong Kong Radio 4 and Teledifusão de Macau. She was invited to perform in a piano trio recital in Osaka, Japan, to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the city of Kawanishi. Sung was invited to collaborate with ensembles such as SIU2, RTHK Quartet and La Réunion Musicale as guest violinist.

 

Sung has been on the violin faculty of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and has been invited as adjudicator in local competitions, and gives master-classes and chamber coaching in Hong Kong and Macau.

Maurice Ravel - Sonata Posthume (1897) for Violin and Piano

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