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Kim Robertson

Celtic Harp Specialist

A household name in Celtic harp, Kim Robertson travels the world performing and teaching with her trademark fun and easy-going style.

“On the Celtic or lever harp, we have fewer strings, so it’s important to learn to use them all.”

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Repertoire with Kim Robertson

In this course Kim Robertson teaches how to play her arrangements of traditional folk tunes.

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Technique with Kim Robertson

In this course master teacher Kim Robertson teaches techniques specific to the Celtic lever harp. These techniques can be used by any harpist for playing and improvising in a Celtic style.

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About Kim Robertson

Kim Robertson is a renowned performer, arranger, and recording artist who has stretched the boundaries of the harp for a new generation of performers and audiences. As a pioneer in the American folk harp movement, she combines an improvisational spirit with a passionate sense of tradition, bringing a contemporary touch to a centuries-old instrument.

Born in Wisconsin, Kim is classically trained on piano and orchestral harp. In the mid-’70s, Kim’s discovery of the Celtic harp grew into a profound love for the instrument, setting her upon the path of exploration for which she is now widely known. Kim has traveled with her harp from concert halls to grass roots folk clubs, from luxury cruise ships to remote mountaintops; she has performed concerts by candlelight, delivered singing telegrams, and played herself on an episode of Beverly Hills 90210.

Kim regularly tours the U.S., Canada, and Europe, and is still recognized as one of the most popular folk harpists performing today. Her work encompasses numerous recording projects, published harp arrangements, and an international itinerary of workshops and retreats.

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