NG WEIXUAN started learning the dizi during his secondary school days in Maris Stella High, under the tutelage of Heng Xiangle. A hardworking and keen learner, Weixuan first started performing for various school-related events and represented his school in SYF competitions. He subsequently became the welfare head and sectional leader of the Maris Stella High School Chinese Orchestra in 2011. In 2013, he joined the Nanyang Junior College Chinese Orchestra and became its woodwind sectional leader; in 2015, Weixuan joined the Temasek Polytechnic Chinese Orchestra and was appointed as the orchestra’s president.
A prolific performer, Weixuan has performed with various groups such as the Singapore Management University Chinese Orchestra, Victoria Alumni Chinese Orchestra, Keat Hong Chinese Orchestra, Braddell Heights Chinese Orchestra as well the Singapore Chinese Orchestra. He has also performed in various platforms, such as a joint concert held in Hong Kong between Cheng San Chinese Orchestra and Hong Kong Polytechnic Chinese Orchestra in 2016, and also in Beijing and Shanghai, with the Singapore National Youth Chinese Orchestra in 2017. He is currently a member of the Singapore National Youth Chinese Orchestra, Cheng San Chinese Orchestra and Reverberance, a Wind Percussion ensemble consisting of top awards winning youthful local musicians.
In 2014, Weixuan was awarded a certificate in Grade 8 Dizi by the China Conservatory of Music, in conjunction with the Nanyang Academy Of Fine Arts. In the same year, he also received a certificate of merit in the National Chinese Music Competition (Solo Youth Category). In 2015, he staged his first solo performance with the Temasek Polytechnic Chinese Orchestra at the Victoria Concert Hall, receiving enthusiastic response.
Weixuan is currently pursuing his diploma in music performance at the Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, under the tutelage of Yin Zhi Yang, the dizi principal of the Singapore Chinese Orchestra. In his free time, Weixuan likes to experiment with fusion genres of music.