Kintan Yuan Ayu Silvany
"I have been passionate about child education for a long time. I believe that every child should have the privilege to express themselves without any barriers to resources. Generation Music does just that, we help children learn about music so they can explore a world that was once not explorable."
Kintan Silvany (she/her) is currently a sophomore at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU). She double majors in International Studies and Education with a minor in Social Justice. She is the principal harpist of the Case University Circle Symphony Orchestra. She is a Philly native, with many roots tied to the music and Indonesian communities. Kintan started playing the harp when she was 11 years old and began studying with Elizabeth Steiner. She found her inspiration from two Curtis Institute of Music students who played a harp and clarinet duet when she was in elementary school. Kintan has been a part of various music organizations in Philadelphia like the Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth (PMAY) Artists' Initiative, Philadelphia Sinfonia Players, and Project 440. Besides her harp studies, Kintan enjoys volunteering, yoga, working out, and listening to music.