A fascinating conversation with Marie-Claire Jamet about the French harp tradition in which she grew up and now passes on to future generations of harpists. —by Myriam Serfass
We’ve rounded up over 60 programs where harpists young and old, beginner and advanced, can spend their summer. —by Kristina Finch
Want to get the most out of your summer camp experience? We’ve got expert advice on how to prepare now to maximize your summer experience.—by Angelica Hairston
Finding your voice as a newbie in orchestra can be a challenge. We have some great repertoire ideas to get you started. —by Michelle Gott
Learning how how to play in an ensemble. This article extra is part of the feature article The Right Rep. To prepare for…
Summertime, and the camping’s easy.
We broke the 5,000 mark with #practicalharpist photos on Instagram! Check out some of our favorites from the last couple months.
In the first installment of this new column, Anne Sullivan helps find solutions to their most puzzling situations with students. —by Anne Sullivan
Playing the harp doesn’t have to hurt, but for many it does. Elizabeth Landis looks into some of the reasons why and some ways to stop pain before it starts. —by Elizabeth Landis
When performance anxiety strikes, find out how to stay cool as a cucumber.
Harp Concertos—Naoko Yoshino, harp; Orchestra d’Auvergne, Roberto Forés Veses, conductor. Aparte, 2016.
Crimson—Crimson Duo: Jaymee Haefner, harp; Matt Milewski, violin. Self-released, 2015.
Harp Town—Erin Hill, harp; Mike Nolan, pedal steel guitar and drum programming. Cleopatra Records, 2016.
Pedals? Levers? Doesn’t matter for these new solos and studies.
During 30 years of playing the harp professionally, I had (spoiler alert) never missed a gig. From lake effect snowstorms…