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Henry Lam 林鐵華

Piano Technician 鋼琴技術員

Piano Technology Diploma
George Brown College 1998-2000, Toronto, Canada


Henry Lam started taking piano lessons at a young age.  Every time when their piano tuner visited them, what he did to the piano had triggered Henry’s curiosity. After finishing his education in Hong Kong, he pursued further education in Ireland.  Later on, he realized that his real interest was in piano tuning and repairing.  By chance and under his parents’ support, he moved to Toronto, Canada and started his professional Piano Technician training in George Brown College of Applied Arts and Technology in 1998. Back then, George Brown College was the only educational institute in Canada which provided professional training to piano technician.  It was one of the best academies and institutions that were acknowledged by piano professionals from all over the world.  The professionalism of the instructors and graduates had gained the program much fame and acknowledgement.  Henry graduated after the 3-year training and became a Certified Piano Technician in Canada.  Upon his return to Hong Kong, he self-recommended himself to the very first piano store in Southeast Asia and was taken right away as a Piano Technician.  After leaving the company for his own accord, he became self-employed and continued servicing in Hong Kong till present.  Henry is very experienced in repairing and renovating pianos, including European and Japanese pianos.  He also had plenty of experience in rebuilding antique European pianos, such as Steinway & Sons, Bösendorfer.  Henry is one of the very few Certified Piano Technician with diploma issued by foreign academy in Hong Kong.  He has been invited to be a Guest Lecturer by Hong Kong Music Institute.  Other than Hong Kong, he services clients in various cities in Guangdong Province, China, also Thailand.  His professionalism and dedication in Piano Technology has attained much recognition and support in the piano industry.

Piano Technology Program at George Brown College is no longer available now.  It has been replaced by Piano Technology Program at University of Western Ontario since 2000.
The News - Western to Offer Piano Technology Certificate Program
Piano Technology Program at University of Western Ontario