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BIOGRAPHY

Piano Performer | Music Educator

Stella Sin is a Hong Kong-born classical pianist. A former scholar at the Royal College of Music London, sponsored by The Kenneth and Violet Scott Award and Noel Croucher Funding, she earned her degree in Piano Performance under the tutelage of Nigel Clayton, Peter Jablonski and Ruth Nye. She was also a recipient of Talent Development Scholarship awarded by the Hong Kong Government Scholarship Scheme.  


Started learning the piano at the age of 4, she won numerous prizes in different competitions including Asia Piano Open Competition, TOYAMA Asian Youth Music Competition, Inter-School International Performance Challenge and Hong Kong Schools Music Festivals. In 2018, she was also one of the finalists in the Liszt Memorial Prizes Hong Kong International Piano Open Competition.


Sin has been actively engaging in music teaching since 2013. Starting her career in Opus 1 Arts Music Studio in Hong Kong, she continued inspiring the next generation when she moved to London in 2015, where she was appointed as the piano teacher in the Lanterns School of the Performing Arts London and London Music Centre.