Ying Ho has performed extensively as a soloist and chamber musician across Australia, England, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and America. A recipient of the prestigious Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music International Scholarship, she studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Tatiana Sarkissova, and subsequently at the Universität der Künste in Berlin with Jacques Rouvier and the Sydney Conservatorium with Dr Paul Rickard-ford.

Ying won multiple prizes and scholarships during her studies including the Else Cross (Brahms) Prize and the Maud Hornby Memorial Prize from the Royal Academy, the Kathleen and Allison Short Memorial Scholarship, the John and Dorothy Vimpani Scholarship, and the Sonya Hanke Memorial Prize from the Sydney Conservatorium.

As a concerto soloist, Ying won First Prize at the Kawai Australasian Youth Concerto Competition and the Sydney Conservatorium Concerto Competition. She has worked with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Youth Orchestra, the Western Australian Youth Orchestra, and the Kuringai Philharmonic. As a chamber musician, she performed in festivals including the Prussia Cove International Musicians Seminar in England, the Duo Sonata Program with Pierre Amoyal and Bruno Canino at the Lausanne Academie de Musique in Switzerland, the Estivo Chamber Music Festival in Verona, Italy, and recently at the Mimir Chamber Music Festival in Fort Worth, Texas. She is regularly invited as a guest artist with the Sydney Symphony Fellows, and has appeared in masterclasses with Vladimir Ashkenazy, Midori, Lang Lang, Maxim Vengerov, and Pinchas Zukerman.

In 2008, Ying spent a year in Jerusalem where she was on the faculty of the Edward Said Conservatory of Music. She gave concerts in Jerusalem, Bethlehem, Ramallah, Haifa and Nazareth, and conducted the Conservatory's orchestra in Bach's Keyboard Concerto.

Ying regularly performs at major venues across Australia including the Sydney Opera House, the City Recital Hall, the Melbourne Recital Centre, and the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. She is a much sort-after duo and chamber music partner, and has collaborated with leading artists many of whom are principal members of orchestras including the Sydney symphony, the Melbourne symphony, and the Berlin Philharmonic. Most recently she collaborated with the British/Norwegian violinist Charlie Siem for his inaugural tour of Australia.

Ying is currently Head of Keyboard at the MLC School in Sydney, and is also on staff at the Sydney Conservatorium Rising Stars Program.