Elizabeth Michelle Heryawan

In the past few years, Elizabeth Michelle has performed in several national events which were attended by significant figures in Indonesia, including 'British Sizzling Summer Toast 2019' attended by Mr. Ridwan Kamil [the Governor of West Java, Indonesia from 2018 – present] and Mr. Owen Jenkins [the British Ambassador to Indonesia and Timor-Leste 2019 - present]; '93rd birthday celebration of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2019' attended by Mr. Moazzam Malik [the British Ambassador in Indonesia from 2014-2019] and Mr. Emil Dardak [the Vice Governor of East Java, Indonesia from 2019 - present]; 'Persebaya Champion Celebration 2017' attended by Mr. Dahlan Iskan [the Indonesian Minister for State-owned Enterprises 2011-2014] and Mr. Azrul Ananda [the CEO of the biggest national newspaper company in Indonesia, Jawa Pos].

In 2017, Elizabeth was invited by Mrs. Tri Rismaharini [the Mayor of Surabaya 2010-2020 and the Indonesian Minister for Social Affairs since 2020] to Surabaya Town Hall as the young Indonesian musician who was very keen to learn and preserve Javanese musical culture, particularly gamelan music, through classical music. Elizabeth's piano composition Sedap Malam combines Indonesian gamelan elements and Western musical characteristics. Watch Sedap Malam HERE

Due to her early success in the industry, Elizabeth received invitations to guest star on radio and television programs in Indonesia. These shows included IDENESIA Metro TV (which aired on June 29, 2017 and was hosted by the renowned Indonesian musician and composer Yovie Widianto), Xpresi Kabaret TVRI (which aired on August 24, 2016), and Sudut Pandang bersama Fifi Aleyda Yahya Metro TV (which aired on October 4, 2015). Elizabeth loves to compose and arrange piano music in addition to teaching and performing the piano. Her performances and music projects are available on digital platforms such as Spotify, YouTube, and others.

Elizabeth Michelle Heryawan is a young classical pianist from Indonesia. She pursued her Master of Music degree in Australian Institute of Music Sydney, majoring in classical piano performance, and studied under Dr Wojciech Wisniewski. She holds music diplomas in classical piano performance from the University of West London, such as FLCM (Fellowship of London College of Music) with distinction, LLCM (Licentiate of London College of Music) with distinction, ALCM (Associate of London College of Music) with distinction, DipLCM (Diploma of London College of Music) with distinction, as well as DipABRSM from Associated Board of The Royal Schools of Music in piano performance. She passed the Yamaha Advanced Certificate exams in piano performance and fundamental theory (from grade 5 to grade 3) from Yamaha Music Foundation, which are the main requirements for educators and examiners in Yamaha Music Schools.

Elizabeth made her debut in the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta, in 2014 and presented a solo classical piano recital. She performed piano works from the Baroque period to the Modern period: Prelude and Fugue BWV 888 by Johann Sebastian Bach, Piano Sonata in C minor Op. 10 no. 1 by Ludwig van Beethoven, Reverie by Claude Debussy, Six Dances in Bulgarian Rhythm by Bela Bartok, and Fragmen by Jaya Suprana. Committed to her passion in classical piano, Elizabeth has received numerous prestigious achievements in her music career, including a world records recognized by the Record Holders Republic and three national records from the Indonesian World Records Museum [MURI or Museum Rekor-Dunia Indonesia]. In January 2015, Elizabeth received her first MURI award, together with well-respected Indonesian figures including Mrs. Susi Pudjiastuti [the Indonesian Minister for Fisheries 2014-2019], Mrs. Puan Maharani [the Indonesian Minister for Human Development and Cultural Affairs Coordination 2014-2019], and Mr. Husni Kamil Manik [the President of the Commission of Election in Indonesia 2012-2016]. This event was featured on national TV programs and newspapers in Indonesia.