Mischa Chun-Wai Ngan is a successful solo and chamber pianist performed in various locations such as the United States, Canada, Taiwan and Hong Kong. He was the founding member of Ensemble Finesse and participated in many prestigious international music festivals including Sarasota Music Festival in Florida and Festival Orford in Canada. His performance have been broadcasted on Radio Television Hong Kong. He also served as an adjudicator in numerous competitions held in the United States and in Hong Kong.
Ngan was appointed as an adjunct lecturer and associate instructor by the renowned Indiana University Jacobs School of Music where he was pursuing the Doctor of Music in Piano Literature and Performance degree under the direction of Professor Edward Auer, who was the first American to win a prize in the International Chopin Piano Competition in Warsaw. In 2003, he received full scholarship from the Hong Kong Jockey Club Music and Dance Fund to pursue Master of Music degree in the same school.
Ngan’s principal mentors include Edward Auer, Arnaldo Cohen, Evelyne Brancart and Mary Wu. He is enthusiastic about Early music and music theory. He studied Early music, harpsichord and fortepiano performance with Professor Elisabeth Wright and Eva Legene; and music theory with Professor Robert Hatten.
Ngan enjoys performing as a soloist, chamber musician and recording artist.