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@ Helen Ke​ung 

From Hong Kong, soprano Kris Ng (1995) is a prize-winner of the International Lied Festival Zeist Award (International Student LiedDuo competition) and the Chamber Opera Rheinsberg. As a prize-winner, she debuted the role of  Donna  Eugenia  in G. Paisiello's  La Molinara  with orchestra Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin last summer. Recently, she debuted as Seraphischen Stimme in E.W. Korngold's ​Das Wunder der Heliane​ (Nederlandse Reisopera) and soprano soloist in R. Strauss's ​Vier letzte Lieder. Next, she will appear as soprano soloist in J.S. Bach's Weihnachtsoratorium (1,3) in the Netherlands. 

In the past year, she performed as the soprano soloist in J. S. Bach's BWV 140 (Bach op Zaterdag) and F. Poulenc's  Gloria with Willem de Bordes. She also jumped in as Zweiter Knabe at W. A. Mozart's  Die Zauberflöte and understudied Papagena (Nederlandse Reisopera).

Past engagements include Amy March in M. Adamo's  Little Women (Dutch premiere) with Karel Deseure, Adele in J. Strauß's  Die Fledermaus, Cendrillon in P. Viardot's Cendrillon and Cleopatra in C.H.Graun's  Cleopatra e Cesare at the Dutch National Opera Acdemy.  She also appeared at the Entrée series at Concertgebouw, at the Zuiderstrandtheater with Residentie Orkest with Felix Bender, Radio West concert series at the Nieuwe kerk Den Haag. 

She obtained her Master of Music in Opera performance  (cum laude) at the Dutch National Opera Academy. She received her Bachelor of Music at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam and her Bachelor of Arts in Music (First Class Honours) at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Having been residing in the Netherlands, she collaborates with pianist Aarón Ormaza and gives various concerts in the Netherlands. 

@ Reinout Bos

"The bravura aria which followed earned the Hong Kong soprano the evening's greatest ovation in the Kees van Baaren Hall in The Hague."  - De Volkskrant
"The painter sister Amy, is the soprano Kris Ng from Hong Kong, who shows her beautiful high register in the aria "Joy beyond measure, Mother!" in the second act." - Opera Nederland

@ Helen Keung