“It is a great privilege to be part of the Camerata, the other young musicians and Maestro Amoyal are an inspiration to me. It is the ideal setting to learn not only about music, but also for building long-lasting friendships.”

Yuuki Wong

1st Prize Summit Music Festival Competition New York 2007
2nd and Special Prize Michael Hill International Violin Competition 2007

Yuuki Wong began playing the piano very early and then was accepted at the famous Yehudi Menuhin School in England where he studied violin with Rosemary Furniss, Natasha Bayarsky and Yehudi Menuhin. He studied at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music (USA) in Amita and Roland Vamos’ class, where he earned his Bachelor of Music before entering Boris Kuschnir’s class at the Vienna Conservatory of Music.

Prizewinner for the best violin and piano duo at the Lausanne Music Academy in 2011, he has also participated at masterclasses given by Tibor Varga, Zakhar Bron, Viktor Tretyakov, Pierre Amoyal, Pamela Frank, Gabor Takacs-Nagy, Leon Fleischer, etc.

Yuuki Wong has performed throughout the world, including with the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the Finnish Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Auckland Philharmonia, the Singapore Philharmonic Orchestra, the Vienna Mozart Ensemble and the Bruno Walter Festival Orchestra.

Membre de la Camerata de Lausanne depuis 2011