Showing posts from 2013

Christmas concert with Kathleen Battle

I will be performing a special fund-raising concert with world renowned soprano Kathleen Battle and The Chamber Players of Canada tomorrow, 21 Dec 2013, 7:30 pm at Dominion-Chalmers United Church.

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"The Glory of Christmas" with the Strings of St. John's, Ottawa

Today we encounter our first snowfall in Ottawa! Fall has slipped away and winter is here....

This will be my first Christmas concert in Ottawa, performing "Bethlehem's Child" with the Strings of St. John's and the choirs of Woodroffe United Church and St. John the Evangelist.

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Solo Harp Recital in Wisconsin, USA

Teresa will be presenting a solo harp recital in USA in August:

Date: August 25, 2013 (Sun)
Time: 3 pm
Venue: Viroqua, Wisconsin

Solo works by J.S. Bach, Alphonse Hasselmans, George Gershwin, John Cage, Enrique Granados, Mateo Albeniz, and an original transcription of Robert Schumann's Kinderszenen by Teresa Suen-Campbell.

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Pentecost Recital at Sheng Shen Catholic Church, Ottawa, Canada

I will be performing solo harp music at Sheng Shen Parish in Ottawa, Canada on May 25, 2013 (Sat), 7:30 pm, alongside with proclamation of scripture and chants sung by the parish choir directed by Shawn Elizabeth.

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Thank you for your support! 

Debussy's Danses sacrée et profane

Greetings from Ottawa! Spring is here and the snow is melting....

Here is a video of my performance of Debussy's Danses sacrée et profane, conducted by Professor Chan Wing-wah with the Hong Kong Strings, performed at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall.
Wish you all a happy Easter and lovely springtime!

How I Found the Harp......


The joy of cooking

Apart from harp playing, I enjoy eating and cooking. I always love cooking, because it is a very creative process and it relaxes me a lot. When I was pregnant with Christopher, I started to be more careful and aware of what I eat. And now, being a mother and having to cook for a young baby, I am more cautious with reading nutrient labels when I buy processed food and learnt to buy more naturally grown food. As a result, I feel healthier myself.

 I am very grateful that I am able to take a sabbatical this last year and have a restful recovery after childbirth. I am enjoying every single moment of motherhood--even though it can be overwhelming at times--I enjoy watching our family and our son grows every day.

This last month we stayed mostly at home because of the winter season in Canada. Getting tired of my own cooking, I explored some new recipes, and most of all, in Canadian style. I made dishes such as cassoulet, bake pork chops and grilled pork tenderloin. My husband, who is a Can…