Hebba is an advocate of contemporary music, regularly collaborating and working with composers. She has given world premieres of many works including performances in the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s International Piano Festival, SONIC Arts Night and is the current London Sinfonietta Academy pianist.
If you are interested in working with Hebba please follow the link below.
CHAMBER MUSIC & SONG
Recent Chamber Music Projects have included Olivier Messiaen's 'Quatuor pour la fin du temps' at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and performances of Brahms Horn Trio and Stravinsky's L'Histoire du Soldat (The Soldier's Tale) with musicians from Music Co-Operative Scotland (McOpera), narrator Flora Munro and original animation by Roddy Simpson, as part of the Linlithgow Arts Guild's 50th Anniversary Concert Season. Hebba also works regularly with singers and has a particular love of Art Song. Hebba recently performed in the Oxford Lieder Festival as part of the Mastercourse 2021.
THE MENYIE TRIO
Hebba is a member of The Menyie Trio alongside Amy Turner (oboe) and Lauren Reeve-Rawlings (horn). The Menyie Trio are a dynamic chamber ensemble committed to bringing the lesser-known works for oboe, horn and piano to audiences. You can find The Menyie Trio in the Chamber Music Scotland directory or follow the link below to the Trio's website.
Hebba maintains a strong interest in music education and has worked as pianist/repetiteur with Music Co-Operative Scotland (McOpera) on several outreach projects, notably the Lammermuir Festival's Community Opera in 2018 and 'A Song For Haddo' in 2018 and 2019 as part of Haddo Arts Festival in conjunction with Snape Maltings. "143 local Aberdeenshire children, young people and instrumental tutors performed side-by-side with our professional McOpera musicians as part of the 2019 Haddo Arts Festival." with music by Errolyn Wallen, Moira Morrison and Peter Kemp.
To find out more about 'A Song for Haddo' and the work of McOpera (Outreach) click here.
To book Hebba for an Education Project please click here.