美國紐約The New School(藝術學院之Parsons設計學院及Mannes音樂學院)純藝術學士
A native of Hong Kong, soprano Jessica Ng studied voice at the Mannes College of Music alongside her pursuit of a degree in Fine Arts. She continued her operatic studies under the guidance of Metropolitan Opera star Harolyn Blackwell. Her “appealing, agile voice” is particularly suited to Mozartian and Baroque repertoire, and she has performed works such as Mozart’s Exsultate, Jubilate, his Coronation Mass in C Major, Bach’s Wedding Cantata (BWV 202), Jauchzet Gott in allen Landen (BWV 51) as well as early Italian works by Sances and Monteverdi, in New York, Amsterdam and Hong Kong. Since her debut as the Konigin der Nacht in Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte in Weimar, Jessica has performed as Sandmannchen in Humperdinck’s Hansel und Gretel at the Norwegian Opera and Ballet House, Drusilla in Greg Eldridge’s production of Monteverdi’s Il Incoronazione di Poppea, and has reprised the role of Konigin der Nacht in Naples, conducted by Jeffrey Rink.
In 2016, Jessica sang the role of Ophelie in Great Shakespearean Scenes in Opera---a fully staged concert by MusicaViva---as well as Frasquita in their production of Bizet’s Carmen. Other roles in her repertoire include Blondchen (Mozart’s Die Entführung aus dem Serail), La Fee (Massanet’s Cendrillon), and Olympia (Offenbach’s Les Contes d’Hoffmann). She helped create the role of Ma'am in Eli Marshall's contemporary opera Mila, which she performed in a workshop performance at the Hong Kong Asia Society. In September 2017, Jessica made her debut in the leading role of Adina, in MusicaViva’s production of L’Elisir d’Amore, then in the following January performed the role of Queen of the Night in Johannesburg, in Magdalene Minnaar's Recycled Magic Flute.