Judy Hung regularly performs as a Baroque violinist and violist; she is also passionate in performing and researching 19th century topics in period pianos and strings. She has performed at music festivals including La Petite Bande Summer Festival, Early Music Vancouver, Oberlin Baroque Performance Institute, Montreal Baroque Music Festival, and the 19th Salon at University of Huddersfield .
She has given masterclasses and lecture recitals in Historical Performance Practice at National Dong-Hua University, Wu-Ling High School, Syracuse University, and over 100 middle and high schools in Asia and North America.
Her principal teachers include Chantal Rémillard (Baroque violin); Laurette Goldberg (harpsichord & fortepiano); Bonnie Choi (harpsichord); Herndon Spillman, and Kola Owolabi (organ). She has worked in masterclasses and coachings with Sigiswald Kuijken, Marilyn McDonald, Marc Destrube, Elizabeth Wallfisch, Hélène Plouffe (Baroque violin), Tom Beghin (fortepiano), Barbara Weiss, Hank Knox (basso continuo), Lisa Goode Crawford, Webb Wiggins, Geneviève Soly (harpsichord), Jacques Ogg (harpsichord & fortepiano) and Luc Beauséjour (clavichord).