Author Alison Reese

Editor of Harp Column, freelance harpist, private teacher, hot yoga lover, and grammar geek.

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A Listening Ear

We have a fascinating conversation with one of the most prolific harpists of her generation as we catch up with Judy Loman for our 20/20 series.

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Flying Solo

Xavier de Maistre has been on quite a ride for the last two decades. The French harpist tells us why he’s happier today than ever in the latest installment of our 20/20 series.

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On the Record

We check in with Yolanda Kondonassis 26 years after her debut album and our first interview with her in the latest installment of our 20/20 series.

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Ahead of the Curve

We catch up with publishing powerhouse Sylvia Woods to find out what has changed in music publishing and where the industry stands on the cusp of 2020. —by Alison Reese

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Torch Bearer

Nearly 20 years after her first trip to Bloomington as a student, Florence Sitruk is back. Except this time she’s the teacher.

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Gut Reaction

Wondering what to do about your gut strings? We take a look at current state of affairs in gut and help you sort out your options.

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The Sky is the Limit

“…one day I said, ‘Well, if I really want to do music, I have to do it now.’ So I quit my job and I went for it,” says harpist Katryna Tan. She left a successful career in architecture to pursue the harp. Though she had her doubters and the road wasn’t easy, she has built a wildly successful performing and teaching career.