5 things you don’t know about Ann Yeung

1 Favorite food:
Something tasty still to be experienced.

2 The most important element of good harp technique is:
Flexibility with creativity and artistry.

3 What was your first harp?
A Lyon & Healy Troubadour. The very first pedal harp I received arrived shot through the neck with the bullet still lodged in the knee block. Needless to say, it had to be sent back.

4 What’s the career accomplishment that you’re most proud of?
Playing the Goldberg Variations at Carnegie Hall.

5 What’s the best advice you can give an aspiring harpist?
Be curious —and versatile!


About Author

Kimberly Rowe is co-founder of Harp Column and served as Editor of the print edition from 1993–2013. She now serves as Web Editor. Kimberly performs and teaches in the mid-Atlantic region of the US. She is co-founder of the Young Artist's Harp Seminar, and on the faculty at Temple University, in Philadelphia.

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