Thursday, December 28, 2017

Chan Concerto with Hong Kong Strings, Hong Kong Oratorio Society and Kristian Alexander (Asian Premiere)

Teresa will be performing an Asian Premiere of renowned composer Wing-Wah Chan's Phoenix Dance for Harp and Orchestra with Hong Kong Strings and Maestro Alexander at Hong Kong Oratorio Society's concert in Hong Kong. 

Date: April 5th, 2018
Time: 8 pm
Venue: Hong Kong City Hall Concert hall, Hong Kong, China

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Chan Concerto with Kindred Spirits Orchestra and Kristian Alexander (World Premiere)

Teresa will be performing a world premiere of renowned composer Wing-wah Chan's Harp Concerto with Kindred Spirit Orchestra and Maestro Alexander.

Date: March 30th, 2018 (FRI)
Time: 8 pm
Venue: Markham Flato Theatre
             171 Town Centre Blvd, Markham, ON


Friday, November 24, 2017

"Appalacian Spring" concert with North Bay Symphony

Date: Feb 25th, 2018 (SUN)
Time: 2:30 pm
Venue: Capitol Centre, North Bay.

Featuring music by Canadian composer Jeffrey Ryan's "And the Children Shall Lead" and US composer Aaron Copland "Appalacian Spring"


Sunday, July 9, 2017

Debut Recital in Toronto

Date: October 18th, 2017 (WED) 
Time: 12 noon.
Venue: St. Andrew's Church
            73 Simcoe St., Toronto, ON
Tickets and info


Jasmine (JiangSu Chinese folk song)                   arranged by Teresa Suen-Campbell
Sprinkles and Splashes (2015)                              by Wendy Wan-Ki Lee
Homage to Debussy, for flute and harp (2009)      by Norma Beecroft                 
“Prelude” from Suite in E Major BWV1006a           by J.S. Bach                  
Toward the Sea III, for alto flute and harp (1989)   by Toru Takemitsu             
 Sonata for Harp (1939)                                          by Paul Hindemith 

Special Guest: Stephen Tam (Flute)

Friday, May 26, 2017

Review of "Jasmine" by Harp Column Magazine (May 2017)

Below is a recent review written by Jan Jennings at the HARP COLUMN Magazine (May/June Issue 2017) on my arrangement of Chinese folk song, "Jasmine," for solo harp.

Excerpts from the REVIEW:

"Dr. Teresa Suen-Campbell has recently published her intermediate arrangement of “Jasmine.” She explains there are two different versions of this popular Chinese folk song and her arrangement combines them both. After Puccini used the melody in his opera, Turandot, the tune became familiar in the West. Today in China, it is nearly as popular and important as their national anthem.

Teresa Suen-Campbell has arranged the Chinese folk song “Jasmine” for solo pedal harp.

Presented in 2/4, her arrangement begins with a trill and a long arpeggio that carries you into the upper register for the beginning of the first theme. The familiar melody begins at measure 21 with the left hand playing groups of three sixteenth notes starting off the beat. Following an upward scale gliss, the melody is repeated an octave higher, accompanied by chords on the off-beat in the left hand. A fast, long, ascending and descending arpeggio introduces the first theme again, and both hands are equally engaged to the end of the piece.
This three-page arrangement is available as a pdf download at where you can also view the first page. You can also watch a video of Dr. Suen-Campbell playing the piece. Hers is a very dulcet rendering of the tune."

The arrangement is available for purchase here:

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

Asian Heritage Month Festival 2017

Teresa is very thrilled to be performing John Cage's "In a Landscape" and "Sakura" arranged by renowned composer Chan Ka Nin, for piano, harp and guitar as part of Asian Heritage Month Festival 2017, Toronto.

Date: May 31st 2017 (WED)
Time: 7 pm
Venue: Innis College Town Hall, University of Toronto
             2 Sussex Drive, Toronto

FREE ADMISSION--Please register in the website below: