Ming-Fung Fung


Piano , Suzuki Piano

Area of Study

Private Lessons

Career Highlights

B.M., M.M. Manhattan School of Music

Ming-Fung Fung was born in Macau, when she was five the family moved to Hong Kong. She received both her bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the Manhattan School of Music in New York City. Her teachers were Raymond Lewenthal, Zenon Fishbein and Dr. Donn-Alexandre Feder. She had studied extensively with the late German Diez, a student of legendary pianist Claudio Arrau. She also received the Suzuki Teacher Certification from the School for Strings. She was a participant at the 2005 Van Cliburn Competition Master Class given by Yoheved Kaplinsky in Fort Worth, Texas.

A prize winner from the Hong Kong Schools Music Festival and receiving distinction from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music, London. She has performed on television and radio in Hong Kong and Hong Kong City Hall. She has also given solo and collaborative performances in New York, Macau.

She has adjudicated numerous music competitions in New York and New Jersey.

Her students have been prize winners and scholarship recipients. They have performed at Carnegie Hall (Weill Recital Hall), Columbia University, Tenri Cultural Institute, Steinway Hall. They have participated in the Boston University Tanglewood Institute Young Artist’s Summer Piano Program, Mass.; and have been admitted to the Juillard School and Manhattan School of Music.

She is on the faculty of Turtle Bay Music School (NYC); a member of the Music Teachers National Association, and the Westchester Musicians’ Guild.