Hebba Benyaghla is a Scottish pianist and graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where she completed both her Undergraduate and Masters Degrees.
Hebba enjoys a diverse musical career as an accompanist, repetiteur, chamber musician and orchestral pianist and has worked with many of Scotland’s National companies including Scottish Opera, The National Youth Choirs of Scotland, RSNO Chorus and Junior Chorus, The Cumnock Tryst Festival and as Deputy Lecturer in piano/accompanist for the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Junior Department. In 2021 she worked with the Rodolfus Foundation and regularly collaborates with Music Co-Operative Scotland on Education & Outreach projects including at the Lammermuir and Haddo Arts Festivals. She has performed as part of many festivals including the Oxford Lieder Masterclasses 2021, Aurora Chamber Music Festival (Sweden), Forum Musikae Academia International (Madrid), Music at Paxton, Young Classical Artists Programme at Queen’s Hall and on BBC Radio 3 as part of International Women’s Day.
Hebba was selected for the London Sinfonietta Academy 2020/21 and was involved with the ‘Postcard Pieces’ Education Project. She also performed in the Sinfonietta’s ‘World Premiere Wednesday’ livestream at King’s Place. Hebba is an Associate of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Foyle Future Firsts programme for the 2021/22 season.
For Mahogany Opera: Snappy Operas