Teresa Wong

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Teresa Wong
Native name 王曉南
Born China
Occupation(s) Instrumentalist
Instruments Erhu, huqin
Associated acts Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra

Teresa Wong (Chinese: Wong Hiu-nam, 王曉南) is a traditional Chinese Huqin (Erhu) player, originating from Hong Kong. She started her training at the age of six and studied at the Central Music Academy. She joined the China Central Orchestra after graduation and has performed with the Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra.[1] She has been called the 'Vanessa-Mae of erhu'.[2]

Her music is very similar to the likes of artists such as 12 Girls Band or Vanessa Mae. Her musical technique draws from the Huqin family of instruments used in the Tang Dynasty (618AD - 907AD in China). Currently Teresa has one album, Modern Tang Allures.


  1. ^ "Hong Kong Chinese Orchestra". HKCO website. 2003-10-24. Archived from the original on September 6, 2008. Retrieved 2009-04-08. 
  2. ^ Au, Desiree (2002-09-20). "Beyond the boundaries". South China Morning Post. Retrieved 2009-04-08. Teresa Wong, dubbed the 'Vanessa Mae of erhu' 

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