Reuben Tsang began learning the piano at the age of five under Koko Julian. Born and raised in Cairns, Reuben enjoyed his time as a Cairns State High School student, performing with the Cairns State High School Symphony Orchestra and giving solo recitals. He is currently studying for a Bachelor of Music at the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University under the tutelage of Natasha Vlassenko and is fortunate to be a recipient of the Emily Reinhardt Piano Scholarship.
Reuben has performed in various masterclasses held by well-renowned artists including Behzod Abduraimov, Sergio Tiempo, Jovanni-Rey de Pedro, Mikhail Solovei, Roy Howat and Andrea Lam. Reuben performs as a piano soloist and chamber musician locally in Brisbane and within the Queensland Conservatorium. he was awarded the 2022 Basil Jones Sonata Prize and he has won first prize in the Queensland Piano Competition numerous times. In 2023 Reuben competed in the Sydney International Piano Competition and was awarded four prizes including the Nancy Weir Best Australian Pianist Prize and the Medal for the Most Promising Competitor.
Reuben has been delighted to perform in concert halls ranging from the Cairns Performing Arts Centre, Townsville Civic Theatre, Queensland Conservatorium Theatre, Elisabeth Murdoch Hall and Verbrugghen Hall.