Sheena Kan

Developing Musicians Program Theory and Aural Skills Tutor
Open School


Sheena is a graduate from Australian National University School of Music, obtaining a Bachelor of Music (2019) completing a major in Classical Piano Performance and minor in Music Theory and Aural Skills. She is a pianist and can also play the Chinese harp (Guzheng). Sheena has studied Classical Piano under Professor Marcela Fiorillo, Dr Mike Cheng-Yu Lee, Dr Edward Neeman and Mr Kotaro Nagano. She has also performed on many occasions with the ANU Chamber Choir directed by Tobias Cole.


Currently a member of the Canberra Klavier Music Association, Sheena is a AMEB Classical trained pianist and enjoys private teaching with at least 6 years of teaching experience in both AMEB Classical Piano and Theory. She is also an occasional accompanist for AMEB Instrumental Examinations. In 2015, Sheena was invited to perform at Canberra's Nara Candle Festival representing her college, celebrating the sister-city relationship between Canberra and Nara of 22 years. In 2018, she also performed as a part of the ANU School of Music Piano Studio in the Debussy recital, honouring the 100th death anniversary of the French composer, Claude Debussy.


Sheena is currently studying Bachelor of Languages, majoring in Japanese and minoring in Korean. She is also currently an Alumna at Gungahlin College and has assisted with teaching and holding events for Japanese classes in 2017 and 2018. She has also won two awards from ACER Language competency tests, obtaining High Distinctions for Japanese. In 2019, she completed a short term exchange at Akita International University studying Advanced Japanese Language.

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