Elizabeth Michelle Heryawan is a young pianist, born in Indonesia, who has been passionate about music since she was a little girl. She is currently studying Master of Music at Australian Institute of Music Sydney. Having many experiences of practicing and performing piano for more than ten years, she achieved numerous prestigious achievements, including two WORLD RECORDS from Record Holders’ Republic as “The youngest pianist in the world who achieved FLCM (Fellowship of the London College of Music) degree in Piano Performance (2017)” and “as the youngest teacher in the world for Patrick Atkinson Heryawan who are the youngest pianist in the world achieving DipLCM degree in piano performance (2017)”. Not only having two world records, Elizabeth also has accomplished three Indonesian National MURI records (Museum Rekor-Dunia Indonesia) as “the youngest pianist in Indonesia who achieved DipLCM in Piano Performance”, “the youngest pianist (13 years old) who held a piano recital with pieces written by Bach, Beethoven, Debussy, and Bela Bartok” and “the youngest pianist (14 years old) who had the most degrees in music (DipLCM, DipABRSM, ALCM, and Yamaha Piano Advanced Certificate Grade 5)”. She also had been invited to several radios and TV studios (including Metro TV and TVRI) as a guest star for interviews (The shows could be watched in ‘Elizabeth Michelle Heryawan’ YouTube channel). She has accomplished several aforementioned music diplomas in piano performance from the University of West London, including FLCM with distinction (Fellowship of London College of Music), LLCM with distinction (Licentiate of London College of Music), ALCM with distinction (Associate of London College of Music), DipLCM with distinction (Diploma of London College of Music) from the University of West London as well as DipABRSM from Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music in piano performance. She also has achieved Yamaha Advanced Certificates progressively from Grade 5 to Grade 4 which allow her to be an official music teacher and examiner in Yamaha Music Schools.
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