"A well-balanced program focusing on calmness and warmth, beautifully played" 
-David Olds, Whole Note Magazine

"A Formidable Technique which shines and stuns"

-Macao Daily.

"Angelic solo renderings of the Albeniz and Granados..."

-Ken Smith, Financial Times. 

"Teresa Suen-Campbell's performance possesses an incredible level of concentration"

-Judy Loman, Professor of Harp, University of Toronto and Glen Gould School of Music

Teresa Suen-Campbell's recording was praised “a well-balanced program focusing on calmness and warmth, beautifully played” by Canadian Classical Music Magazine Whole Note’s editor David Olds. Her playing was described as "angelic solo rendering" by the Financial Times and was praised as possessing "a formidable technique which shines and stuns" by the Macao Daily. Her Canadian debut with Kindred Spirits Orchestra was praised as "possessing an incredible level of concentration” by celebrated harpist Judy Loman.

An advocate of contemporary music, Teresa has collaborated with many composers and has commissioned two concertos and two solo works for the harp to date. She has recently premiered and recorded a new work for harp and electronics by renowned composer Alice Ho. She has also performed under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy and has shared the stage with renowned artists such as Kathleen Battle, Placido Domingo, Skaila Kanga and Dame Evelyn Glennie.

As a soloist, Teresa has performed with the Toronto Concert Orchestra, Kindred Spirits Orchestra, Hong Kong City Chamber Orchestra, Hong Kong Strings and SAR Philharmonic. She has also been invited to many international music festivals/conferences, such as American Harp Society Summer Institute (2015), Ottawa International Chamber Music Festival (2015), and the Hong Kong Arts Festival (2009).  

As an orchestral harpist, she performs with North Bay Symphony since 2015, and was the former principal harpist of the Hong Kong City Chamber Orchestra (2009-2011) and Evanston Symphony Orchestra (2004-2007) respectively. She has also performed with the Scarborough Philharmonic, Hong Kong Sinfonietta and the Illinois Symphony. Her performances were broadcasted on TV and radio stations in Canada, Hong Kong and US. She also released her debut CD album Longing in 2010.

An enthusiastic and dedicated educator, Teresa is currently Harp Faculty at Lakehead University in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Prior to this appointment, she taught harp at Carleton University and was Adjunct Assistant Professor at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. She also coached harpists at Macau Youth Symphony Orchestra and was harp instructor at Northwestern University. 

An avid music scholar, Dr Suen-Campbell’s journal article was published by the American Harp Journal. In recent years, she also arranged and performed piano music of Beethoven, Schumann and traditional Chinese music for solo harp, the latter of which was critically reviewed by Harp Column Magazine.


Dr. Suen-Campbell has also been invited to be an adjudicator for various competitions, including the Ottawa Kiwanis Music Festival and the First Harp Competition in Hong Kong. Her students have obtained top prizes in both local and international festivals, exams and competitions.

Teresa is the first harpist from China to acquire a Doctor of Music degree in harp performance. She studied at Northwestern University in Chicago with Professor Elizabeth Cifani, former principal harpist of the Lyric Opera of Chicago. She is the recipient of a number of honors and awards, including the Lee Hysan Foundation Fellowship from Asian Cultural Council, Brevard Music Festival Scholarship and the C.F. Hu Postgraduate Memorial Scholarship.

She began her piano lessons at the tender age of 5, and started studying the harp at the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts at 15. She later graduated with first-class honors in music from the Chinese University of Hong Kong.


Enthused to serve the harp and music community in Canada, Dr. Suen-Campbell was the President of the Ontario Chapter (formerly Toronto Chapter) of American Harp Society from 2018-2020. She also served as the Board of Director at the Oakville Arts Council from 2018-2019 and is currently a member of the Grants Review Committee of OAC. 

In the summer of 2022, Teresa is going to to lecture and perform at the World Harp Congress in Cardiff, United Kingdom through a highly selective process. She will also be performing a recital at the Toronto Summer Music Festival. 

She is currently residing in the Greater Toronto Area.