Weng Soon Tee


Weng Soon Tee is a Malaysian-born pianist. He is a graduate and scholar from both the Royal Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Weng regularly performs as a chamber musician, orchestral pianist, song accompanist as well as a solo concert pianist. His most recent engagements include performing Schubert Trout Quintet in Cambridge with his group Ensemble Pensiero, participating in masterclasses given by Mark Padmore, Hakan Hardenberger and Sir Thomas Allen and performing in St Martin-in-the-Fields with baritone Jonathan Eyers.

Other notable engagements and highlights include performing Debussy songs in the Barbican Hall, performing in chamber music recitals at the Torroella Fringe Festival and at the Esplanade in Singapore, attending the IMS Prussia Cove course working with Thomas Ades and Gidon Kremer, and performing as a concerto soloist with the Southern Sinfonia under the baton of Simon Chalk.

Achievements include a Concert Recital Diploma from Guildhall (2021), winning the Watford International Piano Competition (2017) and the Else Cross Contemporary Prize at his final undergraduate year (2018). He was praised by the judges for 'representing the music in such a sincere and understated way' and for being 'a pianist of exceptional imagination'. Weng has also been repeatedly commended for his tone, colour and the ability to engage his audience members through beautiful sounds.

Weng is currently working at the Guildhall School as a Professional Freelance Accompanist.

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