Olivia Chuang obtained a Bachelor of Music (BMus) as a scholarship holder from the Royal College of Music in London under the tutelage of Amanda Truelove. She started learning the cello when she was 11, beginning her studies with Gevorg Sargsyan and later on with Pei-Sian Ng and has attended masterclasses with renowned cellists such as Torleif Thedeen and Gemma Rosefield.
She performed Vivaldi’s Double Cello Concerto with cellist Chan Wei Shing in 2015 and recorded Bang Wen Fu’s Loving in 2020. Recently, she has performed alongside JJ Lin and Kit Chan at the Marina Bay Sands Theatre.
She has played with orchestras such as the Orion Orchestra in the 19th annual Night Under The Stars charity concert at the Royal Festival Hall, and the Scherzo Ensemble in performances of The Barber of Seville. Other orchestras she has played with include the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, Firebird Orchestra, Orchestra Collective Singapore, Resound Collective, Wayfarer Sinfonietta and Metropolitan Festival Orchestra under the baton of notable conductors such as Antonio Pappano, Rafael Payare, John Wilson, Tony Purser, Martyn Brabbins and Peter Stark.