Pianists/ Keyboard Players/
Songwriters/ Arrangers/ Film Scorers
JOYCE CHEUNG received an early classical music training in both piano and cello, obtaining diplomas from ABRSM and Trinity College at a young age. She spent her early years studying piano performance and electronic composition at The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. She studied in St. Paul’s Co-educational College where she was the first recipient of the Young Talent Scholarship. She participated in a 5-week music programme at Berklee College of Music, where she received a full scholarship for the programme in the following year. She later received the Alumni Achievement Award in the Music Horizons programme hosted by Eastman School of Music.
She was awarded the Berklee Entrance Scholarship to attend the Berklee College of Music in 2011. During her time there, she received the Robert Share Award, Berklee Music Preparation Award and the Berklee Piano Department Scholarship. She graduated with first honor in Film Scoring and Contemporary Writing and Production in 2014. In addition to being a performer, Joyce Cheung is also a composer. She has showcased her compositional talents in Indonesia, Taiwan, Singapore and Thailand. She has also worked with prominent Berklee professors such as Claudio Ragazzi and Yoko Miwa.