Sahlia Wong is a composer for media such as video games and film. Born and raised in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, she is currently based in southern Sweden. She has worked on various feature and short films from Canada, Scandinavia, Thailand and India as either a composer or as a part of the scoring team. As a pianist, she recorded the music for Cubism, a virtual reality puzzle video game. Her works have been recorded by the Budapest Art Orchestra, and played by the St. Lawrence String Quartet, Windsor Symphony Orchestra string quartet, the Kindred Spirits String Orchestra, University of Toronto Master Chorale, Boomwhacker Orchestra, and Windsor Centre for the Creative Arts choir. Her song "Le Léon" received an award for Best Theme from the SOCAN Foundation Awards for Audio Visual Composers.
A graduate of Berklee College of Music’s Master of Music in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games program (cum laude), she also holds a Bachelor of Music in Composition from the University of Toronto (magna cum laude), an ARCT Diploma in Piano Performance from the Royal Conservatory of Music, and a Bachelor of Education from the University of Windsor.
Outside of composing, Sahlia served as music director to the First Hungarian Presbyterian Church in Windsor, Ontario, and has appeared as a pianist with the Greater Windsor Concert Band Jazz Ensemble, and the Windsor Essex Youth Choir.