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Born in Hong Kong, Wai Yuen Wong obtained master degree from the Royal College of Music in London under Professor Norma Fisher with distinction. She completed her bachelor of music degree at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, under Professor Eleanor Wong, Artist-in-residence while followed Miss Juile Kuok at younger age.

She has won many overseas and local music competition prizes, including Concerto trial prize with the Academy Symphony Orchestra of HKAPA; the 2nd prize, audience prize and press prize at the International Piano Competition, Enschede of the Netherlands. The 3rd Prize in the 1st Korea International Competition for Young Pianists, the First Prize and Professional Grand Prize at the 75th Steinway & Sons International Youth Piano Competition and was invited to perform at “The International Steinway Art Festival” held in Hamburg, Germany, representing China. She was also awarded the First Prize at the 65th Llangollen International Musical Eisteddfod in Wales, U.K.

In addition, she has given recitals in Hamburg, Beijing, Xiamen and a solo recital at St Mary’s Perivale, London. She also performed the “Magic Piano & The Chopin Shorts” and “Beyond Impressionism” at the 42nd and 46th Hong Kong Arts Festival respectively. Wong has appeared in solo performances with a number of orchestras including the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra, the Academy Symphony Orchestra of The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, Hong Kong Children's Symphony Orchestra and Pan Asia Symphony Orchestra. She also performed trio and solo in the ‘Grow up with Music Concert’. Wai Yuen also performed constantly at the ‘Musica del Cuore’ Wai Yuen is the awardee of scholarships including the Cecil Leong Scholarship, the HKAPA Piano Alumni Scholarship, the Great Eagle Scholarship, Helena May Scholarship, Prof. Eleanor Wong Scholarship and has also been sponsored by Mr. & Mrs. Kenneth Fung to attend the Boston International Music Festival.

She was awarded a Certificate of Commendation by the Hong Kong Government in recognition of her outstanding achievements in the promotion of international arts and cultural activities.

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