Harp Recital by Hebe KAN
01:00pm - 02:00pm
Tsang Shiu Tim Art Hall, HKUST, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
Harp Recital by Hebe KAN



Hebe KAN


1) Faure: Impromptu, Op. 86

2) Bedřich Smetana: The Moldau (Transcr. for solo harp by Trnecek)

3) Parish-Alvars: Introduction, Cadenza and Rondo

4) Jean-Michel Damase: Sicilienne Variée

5) Henriette Renié: Légende



Hebe KAN

A fourteen-year-old young harpist from Hong Kong, Hebe KAN was awarded with distinction for LTCL Diploma (Licentiate Trinity College London for harp solo recital) at the age of 11. She started her harp journey at the age of 4. And began to show great musical talent by the age of 5, when she was chosen to perform at the press conference of the fourth Hong Kong Harp Festival with the world renowned Korean harpist Miss Jung Kwak, as the youngest performer among 125 harpists. Hebe has been studying with Miss Lauyee Yeung. As an outstanding student, she has performed many concerts with her teacher around Hong Kong.

Hebe has won numerous international prizes. Her major achievements include: 1st Prize in the Young Artist's Harp Competition 2018 in Ohio, USA, 1st Prize and Premio Interprazione Special Prize at the Amigdala International Music Competition 2018 in Catania, Sicily, 3rd Prize at the 2018 and 2019 Osaka International Music Competition Senior Harp Section in Japan, the Gold Medal at the Third Hong Kong Harp Competition in 2015. The Silver Medal at the 1st Korean International Harp Competition in 2015, the Silver Medal of Junior Division at the 26th Nippon International Harp Competition in Soka, Japan in 2014.

Followed by her achievements, Hebe had the privilege to perform at the most prestigious Korea Seoul Arts Centre at the age of 8 as the youngest artist alongside Maria Luisa Ryan and Jung Kwak. And she has been invited to perform at the first Taiwan Harp Festival, the Singapore Harp Festival Youth Showcase in 2015, and the Asia Rising Star concert at the Asian Harp Festival in Korea in 2016.

In 2016 and 2019, Hebe had the honor to be the first young artist representing Hong Kong to perform at the Stars of Tomorrow concert, at the 10th and 11th USA International Harp Competition. She has been chosen to perform at the Focus On Youth program at the 13th World Harp Congress in 2017 and was invited to perform at the Hong Kong Harp Talents concert at the 8th International Festival of Harp Suoni d'Arpa Saluzzo 2017 in Italy.




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01:00pm - 02:00pm
Tsang Shiu Tim Art Hall, HKUST, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong
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