First prize in the Composition for Western Instruments at the Annual Hong Kong
Schools Music and Speech Festival.
First prize in the Composition for Chinese Instruments Category in the Competition “Hong Kong Young Musicians’ Awards” as well as the First prize in the Annual Hong Kong Schools Music and Speech Festival.
Was awarded the Student Union Scholarship of the University of Music and
Performing Arts for four successive years in Vienna, Austria.
Was awarded the Alban Berg Stiftung (Alban Berg Scholarship) for three
successive years, Vienna, Austria.
Was awarded the Carl Michael Ziehrer Stiftung (Carl Michael Ziehrer Scholarship)
for three successive years, Vienna, Austria.
Was awarded the Austrian President Theodor Koerner Foerderungspreis prize,
Was awarded the Scholarship for Music and Literature, Vienna, Austria.
Was awarded the Austrian Academic Exchange Scholarship for doing the
research in Musicology in Taiwan for three successive years.
Was awarded the Taiwan Christian Presbyterian Church Scholarship.
Was awarded the National Taiwan Normal University President Liu-Seng
Was awarded the Taiwan Archilife Research Foundation Doctorate Scholarship.
Was awarded the Postgraduate Travel and Research Grants for two successive
years of Sydney Conservatorium of Music, University of Sydney, Australia.
Was awarded the Doris Burnett Ford Scholarship, Australia.
Was awarded the finalist of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra’s 1998 Composer
Was awarded the finalist of the Third International Composition Competition for
Recorder in Australia.
Was awarded the second prize in the 2000 International Composition Competition for Modern Music in America.
Was awarded the First Prize with the Wesley Institute Choir in the International Choral Music Competition (Summa Cum Laude) in Vienna, Austria in 2007.
Was awarded the Second Prize with the Wesley Institute Choir in the International Choral Music Competition (Summa Cum Laude) in Vienna, Austria in 2011.
Was awarded the Honors by Strathmore’s Who’s Who for her Leadership and achievement in her Occupation, Industry or Profession in 2012.
1) The Study of Elementary Music Education (in English)
2) Anton von Webern: Symphonie op.21 (in German)
3) The Study of Contemporary Taiwan’s Orchestral Works (in Chinese)
4) Portfolio of Compositions “LIFE” (in English)
Dr. Heva Chan’s Compositions
The fleeting clounds (Instrumental Cycle)
for clarinet and 4 percussionists (6′ 34″)
for clarinet, violin I, violin II and paino (6′ 43″)
for clarinet and 2 percussionists (6′ 47″)
for clarinet, 4 percussionists, violin I, violin II and piano (9′ 20″)