Cheng Ho Kwan Kevin

Kevin Cheng Ho Kwan Kevin

Cheng Ho Kwan Kevin



Kevin Cheng is currently a sheng musician of Singapore Chinese Orchestra. He graduated from the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA) with First Class Honours. Principal sheng teachers include: Cheng Tak-wai, Loo Sze-wang, Hu Tianquan and Weng Zhenfa.

Born and raised in Hong Kong, Kevin won numerous awards and scholarships over the years and his major solo appearances in the past include: Kwan Nai-chung’s Peacock and Keith Hon’s Groovy II with HKAPA Symphony Orchestra (2011 & 2014); Qian Zhaoxi’s Tianshan Rhapsody with Hong Kong Youth Chinese Orchestra (2011); Ng Cheuk-yin’s The Seventh Month with Singapore Chinese Orchestra (2016) and with HKAPA Chinese Orchestra (2018); solo recitals at Hong Kong City Hall (2015), Esplanade, Singapore (2015) and Yale-NUS College, Singapore (2017); and guest appearance at Setouchi International Arts Festival (2010), Singapore International Festival of Arts (2016) and the 50th Hong Kong Arts Festival.

Kevin is also dedicated in music education and has given many concerts, lectures and workshops in schools and universities including the Yale-NUS College in Singapore, the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts in Hong Kong, etc. He currently also serves as Council Member of Singapore Chinese Music Federation Youth Chapter, Teacher Artist of Singapore National Youth Chinese Orchestra and Instructor of Resonance – Sheng Ensemble.

Since 2003, he has collaborated and gone on performance tours with different orchestras and ensembles, covering many countries and regions.

Apart from his performance endeavours, Kevin is an avid arranger and he has received commissions from Singapore Chinese Orchestra, Dingyi Music Company, The Purple Symphony, etc. He is currently studying composition under the tutelage of Law Wai Lun.

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