Tia Ling works as a freelance accompanist, collaborative pianist, music director, and as an administration assistant at Blackheath halls. Tia enjoys discovering contemporary work, especially for the classical saxophone written by living and female composers.
British-born Chinese collaborative pianist Tia has recently completed Master of Performance at the Royal College of music, under the tutelage of Simon Lepper, Kathron Sturrock, Danny Driver and Roger Vignoles. In 2019, Tia Completed her Bachelor of Arts in Newcastle University and studied with David Murray.
In 2018, Tia made her concert debut with the Newcastle University Symphony Orchestra (NUSO) and has also worked as an orchestral pianist with the Orchestra North East and NUSO. She is a member of the Paris Chaperts ensemble and has performed in the Embassy of Ireland, premiered commissioned works in the Lussan festival, and will be performing in the Embassy of France in September 2023. Tia is also a member of the Aurum Trio where they have performed in St Mary Abbots Church, Westminster Music library and the Royal College of Music.