Toronto Harpist Justin Tung

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About the HarpistHarp and strings close up of Justin playing

Justin Tung has performed in many venues from churches, schools, to community and public spaces for conferences, celebrations, concerts,  and various occasions. Justin’s discovery of the harp and its graceful music began at the Toronto Royal Conservatory of Music after wishing for a different experience from a musical start in piano.

Passion for Harp

Justin standing beside harp - original enhanced
Justin’s passion for the harp lies in what many people feel when they see and hear a harp since it brings positive emotions.
The harp possesses heavenly sounds, an aura of relaxation and beauty, and is a perfect physical and audio accompaniment to events with its unique shape, classical look, and sounds. The harps uniqueness and grace inspired Justin to discover it at an early age and receive training in classical music. He continues to enjoy playing for pleasure, friends & family, and events for people, organizations, and communities in Toronto.

About the Harp

Justin’s harp is a Lyon & Healy Troubadour III with Artist Brand strings made in Chicago with a mahogany finish.


See and hear more samples on YouTube.

Selected Appearances

Special Events & Conferences

TEDxOPS (Ontario Public Service) 2013 at St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto
Ontario Ministry of Labour Administrative Professionals Conference 2013 at Ontario Government Macdonald Block
Ontario Public Service International Project Management Day 2012 at Ontario Government Macdonald Block

Community & Public Spaces

The Hospital for Sick Children
Metropolitan United Church
Armour Heights Presbyterian Church
Community Christmas at The Lexington
Auction Blue at Upper Canada College
North York Public Library


Upper Canada College
Royal Conservatory of Music
5th Annual Overseas Chinese Arts Festival at Ford Centre for the Performing Arts (now the Toronto Centre for the Arts)


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