Singaporean tenor Samuel Ng is a classical and operatic performer based in New York City. Sam completed his M.M. in Vocal Performance at the Mannes School of Music, and his B.A. in Theater Studies at the National University of Singapore.
Sam has extensive teaching experience and loves teaching musicians of all ages. He has taught voice, piano, and music theory at youth music schools D-Flat Music Studios, Harmony and Pitch Studios, and Joy Music Studio in Singapore. Sam also has a passion for choral conducting and served as Assistant Conductor for Xinmin Secondary School Choir and as a vocal coach for Montfort Chorale. Sam is currently a teaching artist with Harmony Program in New York City. He also serves as tenor section leader at West End Collegiate Church.
He is currently in the vocal studio of Arthur Levy. Sam performed the roles of Normanno in New York City Opera’s Lucia di Lammermoor in Bryant Park, Don Ottavio in Don Giovanni with Teatro Grattacielo at the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice, and Tito in an abridged La Clemenza di Tito with Bronx Opera. His most recent role debut was as Hoffmann in Les Contes d’Hoffmann with Canto Vocal Programs. With Mannes Opera, Sam had the pleasure of performing as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte and Mercurio in La Calisto. He participated in Santa Fe Opera’s workshop of The Righteous. Sam also traveled to France as an artist with Classic Lyric Arts, performing as Faust and Le Chevalier des Grieux in scenes from Faust and Manon respectively.
Other performed roles include Le petit vieillard and La rainette in L’enfant et les sortilèges, First Armored Man in Die Zauberflöte and Le Doyen de la Faculté in Cendrillon at the Trentino Music Festival. He also sang as Stephen in Laksa Cantata and the Frog Prince in Three Feathers with L’arietta Productions and Jacquino in Fidelio with The Opera People.