Heidi Li

Heidi Li is a Hong Kong born Jazz singer composer who grew up with a Cantonese opera background under her parents’ influence. At the age of 11, she won a Cantonese Opera singing competition on TVB, the most important TV channel in Hong Kong. After having lived in Canada, the UK and France, she has been living in Italy for more than 7 years where she completed a degree in Vocal Jazz Performance with the full marks of 110, studying with some of the finest Italian musicians including Diana Torto and Stefano Battaglia. She has also participated in various Jazz workshops and has the chance to have studied with Jeff Ballard, Theo Bleckmann, Miguel Zenon, Kenny Werner and Jen Shyu etc.

In 2016, she published her first EP “Third Culture Kid” with a team of Italian musicians, which includes 6 of her original compositions written in English, Italian and Cantonese. She has also been active on YouTube, singing folk songs in different Italian dialects. In October 2016, she was invited by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to sing at the States General of the Italian Language in the World in Florence where the President of Italy Sergio Mattarella was present.

Heidi Li is a Hong Kong born Jazz singer composer who grew up with a Cantonese opera background under her parents’ influence. At the age of 11, she won a Cantonese Opera singing competition on TVB, the most important TV channel in Hong Kong. After having lived in Canada, the UK and France, she has been living in Italy for more than 7 years where she completed a degree in Vocal Jazz Performance with the full marks of 110, studying with some of the finest Italian musicians including Diana Torto and Stefano Battaglia. She has also participated in various Jazz workshops and has the chance to have studied with Jeff Ballard, Theo Bleckmann, Miguel Zenon, Kenny Werner and Jen Shyu etc.

In 2016, she published her first EP “Third Culture Kid” with a team of Italian musicians, which includes 6 of her original compositions written in English, Italian and Cantonese. She has also been active on YouTube, singing folk songs in different Italian dialects. In October 2016, she was invited by the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs to sing at the States General of the Italian Language in the World in Florence where the President of Italy Sergio Mattarella was present.

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