Castle Wong is an emerging musician in Hong Kong, starting his career as a performer in various local performances. He is violist of the Hong Kong Orchestra and the Global Symphony Orchestra, and guest player of the SAR Philharmonic, he is also a member of the Big Wave Quartet, frequently performing in China and Asia with different associations. Apart from Classical and Pop music, Castle also interested in contemporary music, he is a member of the New Music Quartet Hong Kong, the quartet is working with local composer Cheng Ching Nam closely to promote development of local contemporary music. Castle is a graduate of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (HKAPA), study under the tutelage of Dr Felix Ungar. He received ensemble training from renowned musicians like Orion Quartet, Shanghai Quartet, Mr Hoai Nam Le etc. He was chosen to participate in the Opera production twice, performed the Tales of Hoffmann and the Magic Flute under Nabil Shehata and Eitan Globerson.
Castle received scholarships to participate in the APA string festival and Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival in the US in 2018 and 2019. He studied with Zvi Carmeli, Susan Dubois and Sheila Browne during the festivals, also received chamber coaching by Dmitri Shteinberg, Janet Sung and Won Bin Yim. Castle was chosen to perform in numerous Masterclasses and concerts, among them, the performance of theShostakovich Piano Quintet and Ravel String Quartet as the finale were also applauded by the audience, being highly appreciated.
Apart from performing, Castle is also a dedicated educator, he has accumulated rich teaching experience since teaching from 2010.He has accumulated rich teaching experience since teaching in 2010. Appointed as violin instructors for many small and medium-sized music, the students who have been taught by him have obtained excellent results in examinations and inter-school music festivals, which are highly praised by parents.