Following in the footsteps of other great Canadian harpists, Angela Schwarzkopf could define the future of Canadian harp music for decades to come. —by Alison Reese
How to make the most of the “new normal” in college and beyond. —by Katherine Ventura.
How one harpist put her sudden abundance of time to use during COVID. —by Christa Grix
Learning lessons from giving lessons.
The truth about being together.
Experts Peter Wiley, Jakez Fraçois, and Ray Mooers discuss how to safely disinfect your harp.
Rachel Talitman, harp; Marcos Fregnani-Martins, flute; Laurent Houque, viola; Karolina Prieels, cello; Dirk-Michael Kirsch, oboe; and Heike Steinbrecher, English horn. Harp & Co., 2020.
Formosa Trio: Chen-Yu Huang, harp; Pei-San Chiu, flute; and Tze-Ying Wu, viola. Self-released, 2018.
Recordings featuring Heidi Krutzen and Emily Levin are worth a listen.
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas
Check out the September-October 2020 issue of Harp Column!