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Malaysian-born, classically trained multimedia artist Edane Ng, also known as E-da-nee NG, is a one-of-a-kind pianist. Her ability to use the most traditional musical instrument to convey messages about social issues and inequality makes her a unique voice in the classical music environment. (Curious Curators, Sound of Life)


Considered by many as one of the most promising stars among the new generation of classical pianists, Edane won the Asia Music Competition and the 6th Asian Youth Music Competition in Malaysia, as well as many other international awards in Asia and the UK. Her commissioned performances include with visual producers, beatboxers and journalists with Brighter Sounds,SoundUK and PINS.

Awarded with the Clifford Hartley award for outstanding teaching at the Royal Northern College of Music,  Edane brings a fun, vibrant, personalized teaching approach that nurtures growth and instills a love for piano in students of all skill levels and multiple genres.  Her infectious enthusiasm and knack for creating an inviting and stimulating atmosphere make every lesson an engaging learning experience. Her students have achieved 100% pass rates with mostly distinctions in exams and competitions . 

Winner of RNCM Creative Innovators Award, Edane has received recognition for her outstanding contribution to the community with her project, Healing Our Child Within centring around child abuse. She was interviewed by Salford City Radio and is invited as a curator for Musica, Impulse Centre 2023 as part of Sounds Now.


Help Musicians and Factory International Sounds cohort, E-da-nee is currently one of the young producers at Royal Albert Hall under Young Producers Scheme, and also director of The daring artists. 


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