When the father-son team of William and Garen Rees came up with their idea for the tiny, colorful Harpsicle harp, they said they had no idea how successful it would be.
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.
The harp section in an orchestra is usually a table for one. But when you are called to play with one, two, three, or more harpists, we’ve got expert advice on how to be a good team player.
The harp can take you to some amazing places. See some of our favorite shots in this issue’s #practicalharpist photo challenge.
Recording artist Yolanda Kondonassis talks about her special connection with Alberto Ginastera’s Concerto for Harp.
Understanding your musical landscape to deliver a better performance.
Tips to improve your sight-reading skills.
Dancing Day: Music for Christmas Sara Cutler, harp; John Scott, conductor; St. Thomas Fifth Avenue Choir of Men and Boys; Resonus…
Noël Nouvelet Caroline Leonardelli, harp; Julie Nesrallah, mezzo-soprano; Matthew Larkin, organ; Cen Classics, 2016. What does a harpist go through while…
Six new arrangements for two and three harps.
It’s never too late for love.