“…electric energy…”
Richard Letawe,,
11th November  2009 for Bartok Violin Concerto No.2 with Symfonieorkest Vlaanderen, Palais des Beaux-Arts Brussels.
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“The first President’s Command Performance saw renowned Singapore violinist Kam Ning playing Amazing Grace…”
Cathalena Burch, Arizona Daily Star,
17th November, 2008 at the Leo Rich Theatre, Tucson, USA

“…electrifying results..gutsy and communicative performance…”
The Christian Post
“Even more impressive was the Singaporean violinist Ning Kam…who had just as much flair, plus a totally confident stage presence and an absolute command of the music…thrilling energy and control.”
Geoff Brown, The Times, London, January 13, 2005
on the Park Lane Group Series at the Purcell Room


“….Ning Kam building and maintaining tension with powerful tone and a sure technique…”
Ivan Hewett, The Telegraph, January 13, 2005
on the Park Lane Group Series at the Purcell Room


“…this petite young woman filled the hall with passion…truly a superb finish to a superb programme…”|
Erica Jeal, The Guardian, London, January 13, 2005
on the Park Lane Group Series at the Purcell Room


Richard E.Campbell
on the Brahms Concerto with the Pine Bluff Symphony, Arkansas, November 3rd, 2003


“Singapore’s most exciting violinist.”
Straits Times, Singapore, October 10th, 2002


“Violinist Ning Kam thrills Jepson Gala Concert crowd…..with a rousing interpretation of Tchaikovsky’s violin concerto, Kam demonstrated exceptional technical facility and warmth of tone….a spontaneous standing ovation…”
Sterling Adams, Savannah Onstage, March, 2002


“Ning Kam is a totally different type of personality who will illuminate the end of the evening and the contest with tawny and entrancing colours…superbly controlled…sometimes humourous and devilishly sensual…moving victory of the most genuine music”
Michel Debrocq, Le Soir, Brussels,
on the Queen Elisabeth Competition of Belgium, 2001


“The contest ended with the performance by Ning Kam…who was manifestly the best violinist of the entire contest. With a compelling Violin Sonata by Ravel, she presented herself with her clear line as the small Herge of her instrument…..Ning Kam is a very athletic violinist who never gets carried away by her phenomenal technique. She was one of the greatest musicians I saw on this stage. Her swinging, lively and yet controlled version of Eichberg was the most beautiful one of the series…..the heavy [Bartok] Second Violin Concerto was a complete success…Ning Kams performance is beyond words…”
Peter Veermersch, De Standaard,
on the Queen Elisabeth Competition, 2001


“…Kam was able to achieve what few other finalists could: to communicate the respective styles of three strongly differentiated works. Her rendition of Eichberg’s composition pulsated with vitality and joy and her Ravel Sonata created a tranquil, impressionistic painting awash with colour….she convinced the audience of her strong artistic personality in a strong and soulful rendition.”
The Strad,
on the Queen Elisabeth Competition of Belgium, 2001