Hin-Yat Tsang studied at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts under the mentorship of Eleanor Wong. He is also both a Masters and Artist Diploma graduate from the Royal College of Music in London, where he studied with Russian pianist Dmitri Alexeev and also served as the Constant & Kit Lambert Junior Fellow.
Among many international prizes, Hin-Yat is the winner of the Piano-Campus Award (Paris), Manchester Concerto and the Asian Chopin Competition (Tokyo). Hin-Yat is a top prizewinner and laureate at competitions, e.g. the Maria Canals (Barcelona), James Mottram (Manchester), Manhattan (New York), Gina Bachauer (Salt Lake City), Scottish (Glasgow) and Hong Kong International Competitions. His performance career has led him to some of Europe’s finest venues including the Wigmore Hall (London), Steinway Hall London, Laeiszhalle (Hamburg), Bechstein Centrum (Frankfurt), Curt-Sachs Saal of the Instruments Museum (Berlin), Warsaw Philharmonic (Warsaw), Palau de la Música Catalana (Barcelona), Casa de Música (Porto) among many others.
Tsang is one of the young artists represented by both the Worshipful Company of Musicians as well as the Keyboard Charitable Trust in London. He currently resides in Germany and continues his studies at the Universität der Künste with Klaus Hellwig in Berlin.