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Teresa Suen-Campbell, harp

  • St. Andrew's Church 73 Simcoe Street Toronto, ON, M5J 1W9 Canada (map)


Jasmine (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 (1736-37), by J.S. Bach

Toward the Sea III, for alto flute and harp (1989) by Toru Takemitsu               

Sonata for Harp (1939) by Paul Hindemith 


with special guest Stephen Tam, flute


Originally a dedicated pianist, Teresa soon discovered her passion for the harp at age 15 and has never looked back ever since. She enjoys learning new music because it stretches her muscles and pushes her outside her comfort zone, something very similar to motherhood and living in Canada (a lovely country which she made home 5 years ago). 

An arranger herself, she also aspires to make classical and contemporary music more accessible to everyone.

Teresa finds a constant source of inspiration from her two boys, Mother Nature, as well as exercising and running her household in Oakville. She discovers her huge blessings and treasures in life through simple and small things.

Having worked with different composers from different continents, including her own husband, who is also a lawyer, Teresa will premiere a new harp concerto written for her by composer Chan Wing-wah on March 30, 2018. For more information please check out her website:


Stephen Tam was supposed to be a trumpet player.  He had picked this brilliant instrument at his school band tryouts.  However, his father intervened, believing the trumpet would create way too much havoc at home.  He wanted young Stephen to learn a more mellow instrument like the flute.  For once, his father had made a correct decision.  That, and moving the entire family over to Toronto some 20 odd years ago.

Since picking up the flute (of all sizes), Stephen has never shied away from playing whatever music is thrown his way, be it very old music or very new music.  He always insists on playing them properly too, delighting dead and living composers alike.  Unfortunately, his unyielding demands for proper flute playing extend to every one of his students at the UofT and at Western, annoying them all to no end.

Earlier Event: June 10
David Hetherington, cello
Later Event: January 10
Jana Luksts, piano