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Harris Leung

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Harris has been a passionate teacher of piano and music theory for 7 years, teaching students in various age and background - from young children to adults. He encourages students to understand how their various body parts work together in order to achieve the essential techniques. He also includes music theory and history in his lessons to give his pupils a fuller picture of music. Apart from passing on skills and knowledges, he also explores different pedagogical methods to optimize each student’s learning experience.

Hong Kong-born pianist Harris Tsz-Chun Leung graduated his postgraduate study at the Royal College of Music in 2022 with distinction, with the support of Noel Croucher Scholarships. Before his study with Gordon Fergus-Thompson in London, he studied piano with Amy Sze and harpsichord with Betty Li at the University of Hong Kong, where he was awarded first honour for his Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Music and Linguistics. He has also received scholarships and prizes during his undergraduate study, including Bernard Van Zuiden Prize (2019-2020), Jao Yu Tsong Memorial Prize in Music (2018-19), Professor Robert Lord Memorial Prizes in Music (2017-18), and support from the Ho Wing-Hing Talent Fund (2018-19) for his competition in Osaka. He has won prizes at competitions for both piano duet and solo, including the First Prize in piano four-hands class in the 19th Osaka International Music Competition, and the third-place in the Gold Medal Award, 71st Hong Kong Schools Music Festival.


Harris has been playing a wide range of genres and styles of music. He joined the Early Music Ensemble during his undergraduate study as a continuo player, playing harpsichord and chamber organ. As well as performing as a soloist, he has also been collaborating with choirs, singers and many other instrumentalists. He made his concerto debut with the Hong Kong University Students’ Union Philharmonic Orchestra in 2018 at the HKU Grand Hall. He will make his London concerto debut in January 2024 at Kings Place with the Firebird Orchestra.

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