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Priscilla Fong     

A love for story-telling and communication propelled Singaporean Mezzo-Soprano Priscilla Fong into the world of music and performance. 

After graduating top of her class at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music, Priscilla moved to Manchester in 2021 to pursue her postgraduate studies at the School of Voice and Opera Studies (Royal Northern College of Music) under the tutelage of Dame Eiddwen Harrhy. Her postgraduate degree was generously supported by the National Arts Council Arts Scholarship. 

Over the years, Priscilla has worked with many established musicians such as Roger Vignoles, Anne Murray, and Christopher Purves through various masterclasses, collaborations, and coachings. Through working with companies including the Buxton International Festival, Vienna Opera Academy and The Opera People, Priscilla has gained a wealth of stage experience performing both classical and musical theatre shows. Her solo roles include Baker's Wife (Into the Woods), Dorabella (Cosi fan tuttè), and Octavian (Der Rosenkavalier), among others.

Collaborative music and working with like-minded musicians is at the heart of what she loves. As an ensemble singer, Priscilla was selected to be a part of the Opera North Chorus Mentorship Scheme. She was also a choral scholar with Heartedge Manchester, working across churches with the music team from St Martin-in-the-Fields, London. 

As a collaborative pianist, Priscilla was a member of the RNCM Songsters - a pool of selected singers and pianists who specialise in song repertoire performing in a wide variety of concerts each year. She was also awarded an accompaniment commendation award in the Bessie Cronshaw/Frost Brownson Song Cycle Prize.

Music, to Priscilla, holds immense power, influence, and capacity to move people. As an educator, she believes in cultivating a love for music while pursuing a level of excellence in all her students. Over the last eight years, she has been crafting a comprehensive skill set for working with beginner to advanced students in both piano and vocal studies. She believes in catering a unique strategy and approach for each student, building a comfortable and inclusive learning environment for them to grow and flourish. She is currently an adjunct lecturer at the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory of Music. 

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