Abigail Sin

Abigail Sin

Pianist

Recipient of the Lee Kuan Yew Scholarship, Abigail Sin has headed to London to pursue a four-year PhD programme in performance practice at the Royal Academy of Music. She hopes her music skills can contribute to the community and “show people that classical music can be a vibrant force in society” A child prodigy, she won the HSBC Youth Excellence Award for Musical Excellence at the age of 10 and at 14 was the youngest student accepted into the Yong Siew Toh Conservatory, where she topped her cohort. Despite her early successes, Sin remains humble: “I’m grateful for what I’ve been given but I’m looking forward and working towards what’s ahead.” Sin is currently juggling several projects, including Play!, a concert on September 9, where she will perform alongside violinists Loh Jun Hong and Gabriel Ng. As she sums up: “There is a long, winding journey ahead and I still have so much to learn and grow as an artist.”