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Ng, Kah-Ming (conductor)
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Kah-Ming Ng (conductor)

Kah-Ming Ng studied at Monash University, Melbourne (where he obtained a B.E. in civil engineering), the Frankfurt State Academy of Music (as a DAAD scholar), and the London Guildhall School of Music (as an FCO scholar). He then went to Oxford University (as a British Council Chevening scholar), to read for a performance M.Phil. at St Anne’s College, and later a D.Phil. at Keble College, where he wrote a doctoral thesis on continuo accompaniment in its social and artistic context. His harpsichord teachers included Elizabeth Anderson (Melbourne), Harald Hoeren (Cologne), Michael Behringer (Freiburg) and Christopher Kite (London). He is a winner of the Guildhall School’s Early Music Competition and a Fellow (in Harpsichord) of the Trinity College of Music London. Kah-Ming regularly contributes reviews and articles to leading specialist music journals; he wrote the entries on English and French baroque ornamentation in the revised New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians. In between his performing and directing, he squeezes in some adjudicating (of competitions and examinations) and lecturing, his most recent position being Course Coordinator & Lecturer in Early Music Studies (2004–6) at the Faculty of Music, Oxford University.


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