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Prizes & Recognition

Biography

  • 2018: Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, London (ARAM)

  • 2015: Forbes 30 under 30 (Vietnam) 

  • 2013: One of 7 Leading Young Vietnamese Artists who showed influence on the Vietnamese Art Scene (Vietnamnet 2013)

  • 2011: Liszt Competition Hungary: Second Prize

  • 2010: Awarded Distinction (Master of Music)

  • 2008: Awarded LRAM: Licentiate of the Royal Academy of Music ; Awarded Sterndale Bennet Scholarship

  • 2007: Awarded Frances Simmer and Greta Parkinson Prize

  • 2006: Winner at Concert Competition - Paganini Festival London 

Trang Trinh started her international career in 2006 after gaining public attention from her debut in London Duke’s Hall under the baton of Edward Gardner OBE. Known for her pure, beautiful sound and sophisticated interpretation, Trang Trinh has worked with renown artists such as Leslie Howard, Alexander Satz, Jean- Bernard Pommier and orchestras including the Levehume Orchestra, Royal Concert Orchestra...

 

Trang Trinh graduated with distinction (BMus and MMus in Piano performance) from the Royal Academy of Music (London), studying with Hilary Coates and Christopher Elton with generous support from the prestigious Sterndale Bennett Scholarship. 

A winner of several international prizes, such as Franz Liszt Piano Competition (Hungary), Mozart Prize (Jacque Samuel Piano Competition), Lilian Davis Prize (Beethoven European) Trang Trinh has performed in King’s Place, Fairfield Hall (London), Yamaha Hall (Vienna) and has been featured on Premier Radio (UK), VOA (America), KBS World, MTV (Hungary) and VTV. Trang Trinh became a sensation in Vietnam after attracting new audience to the world of classical music through her “sold-out” creative recitals such as The Piano’s Journal, Beethoven A Fantasy, Kaleidoscope, Carnival of the Animals.

As a passionate advocate of Classical music, she has worked with Dr. Robert Levin (Harvard University), Greg Sandow (The Juilliard School) In 2013, together with her husband - tenor Park Sung Min, Trang Trinh founded the Miracle Choir & Orchestra, offering free weekly music classes to nearly 100 underprivileged children in Hanoi. 

In 2015, Trang Trinh is selected by Forbes magazine as one of the brightest rising stars under the age of 30 in Vietnam. Most recently, in 2018, she was elected as an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music (ARAM), an award given only to those who has distinguished themselves and made a significant contribution to the music profession.