Within everyone’s psyche is a quiet place that no one else knows about. A wave of a hand can symbolise the blooming of flowers, a wilted passion, a deceiving strength, and also a sorrowful passage. Dance realizes a quiet fantasy, and symbolizes the deepest hidden treasures with our souls.
Born in Hong Kong, Ng Ka Ling graduated from the Guangdong Dance School as well as the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, with a First Class Honours Degree. During her studies at the Academy, Ng received numerous scholarships and performed in lead roles in various productions. In 2017, Ng went to study at the London Contemporary Dance School and earned a master’s degree in 2019. During her studies in the UK, Ng was invited by Yang Liping to co-choreograph and perform in Rite of Spring, a contemporary reinterpretation of the timeless Stravinsky ballet. She performed the lead role in its mainland and overseas tours from June 2018 to November 2019. Ng joined the Hong Kong Dance Company in November 2019 and has performed in L’Amour Immortel and A Tale of the Southern Sky. She aspires to create new works which incorporate vocabularies of classical Chinese dance and western arts.