Samuel Ng is a cellist currently studying at the Royal College of Music with Hélène Dautry and Richard Tunnicliffe as an RCM Scholar supported by a Musicians' Company Lambert Studentship as well as having received the Raphael Sommer Music Scholarship Trust Award.
From a young age, Samuel has been a prizewinner, and performance highlights include his concerto debut playing Prokofiev’s Sinfonia Concertante and an appearance at the Vienna Musikverein at the age of 19, performing for the Vienna Philharmonic Ball. Samuel has also participated in masterclasses with Ivan Monighetti, Zakhar Bron, Guy Johnston, Natalie Clein, Tomasz Daroch, Jacob Shaw and Maddalena Del Gobbo.
Regularly collaborating as a chamber musician, Samuel has performed alongside Zakhar Bron, Jacob Shaw, Andrea Lieberknecht and Dag Jensen and his chamber career has brought him to Spain, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Ukraine, Serbia as well as radio broadcasts.
Interested in historically informed performance, Samuel has been awarded the Emerging Artist Chair with the baroque ensemble La Serenissima and is a founding member of the Hogarth Quartet, performing classical and romantic repertoire on period instruments. Samuel’s period work has seen him work with The Hanover Band and Ensemble OrQuesta and The Consone Quartet.