Hong Kong Harp Talents first introduced in 2016, it is an sustainable program set up to
promote Hong Kong's young professionals and talented harp students by providing
international performance platform.
In October 2016, the first "Harp Talents" performed in Dutch Harp Festival in Netherlands,
featuring the Hong Kong Harp Quartet, Young professionals Juliana Beckel, Edith Pun,
Melody Tam, Yany Tse and talented students Valerie Sim and Teresa Choi.
The year after, the Harp Talents was invited to perform in the 7 th and the 8 th International
Harp Contest in Italy 2017 and 2018. In both years, apart from performing, the participates
got a chance to visit the Salvi Factory, Victor Salvi Museum, and access to all competitions