Hailed by the late Lord Yehudi Menuhin as a musician of “brilliance and intelligence”, Singaporean violinist, Ning Kam was the 2nd Prizewinner of the Queen Elisabeth Competiton of Belgium in 2001 and has since gone on to concertize all over the world. She has been awarded numerous awards throughout the years including the Flemish Radio and Television Prize at the Queen Elisabeth Competition 2001, the Singapore Young Artists Award and was invited to perform at the inauguration of the prestigious Esplanade Theatres on the Bay Concert Hall in Singapore. As well as performing as soloist and chamber musician, Ning is also the Artistic Director of Het Kamerorkest Brugge, a conductorless string orchestra which she leads and directs from the violin. Ning has made recordings under many labels and has most recently released Road Movies, a Meridian Records UK duo recording with pianist, Albert Tiu which also features her own popular arrangement of Amazing Grace for solo violin. She has also released a first disc with Het Kamerorkest Brugge under her leadership in 2014. Under the Etcetera label, this is a disc that includes their signature piece, Tchaikovsky’s Serenade for Strings and a special commission of Rafael D’Haene’s double violin concerto with strings with fellow soloist, Jolente De Maeyer entitled Waar Conraets is Turner.