"Transatlantic" as "energetic and virtuosic" as well as having "humour, lightness and strength." American Record Guide on her most recent CD releases.
Ning Kam won first prizes in the junior section of the Folkestone Menuhin International Violin Competition, and various International violin competitions. Laureate of National Arts Council of Singapore Young Artist Award. Ning has performed with the Singapore Symphony, Luxembourg Philharmonic, Hong Kong Sinfonietta, Bournemouth Symphony, Royal Flanders Philharmonic, Flemish Radio Orchestra, Flemish Symphony Orchestra, Brussels National Orchestra, Liege Philharmonic, Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra and Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra. Ning Kam gave the world-premiere of Claude Ledoux's "Frissons D'Aile", a concerto for violin and orchestra dedicated to Ning and commissioned by the Liege Philharmonic. Past highlights included a Taiwan concert tour with percussionist, Francis Kam in a ground-breaking violin and drums programme, debuts with the Phoenix and Tucson Symphony Orchestras, recitals and chamber music at the Musee Royaux des Beaux-Arts de Belgique, Kings Place, London and at the Ulverston Festival, UK. Ning also made her leading and directing debut with the Het Kamerorkest in Belgium in 2009 and will return in 2010 for tours with Het Kamerorkest in Belgium. Ning released her first CD in 1997, featuring the works of Enesco, Sarasate, her father, Kam Kee Yong as well as transcriptions by Heifetz. Most recent releases are a CD dedicated to the music of the Americas entitled "Transatlantic", and a recording, "Cicada", dedicated solely to the music of Kam Kee Yong. American Record Guide has praised "Transatlantic" as "energetic and virtuosic" as well as having "humour, lightness and strength"