Improv For One & All


Exploring musical possibilities with improv can and should be for everyone. We’ll show you how to get started.

Improv. In classical circles it is often considered a “special” skill reserved for advanced students or an elective class taken to check off a graduation requirement. Improvisation is for the jazz musicians, while classical musicians need to stick to what’s written on the page.

But what if improvisation was a skill we consciously develop with all harp students instead of reserving it for advanced or especially creative ones? What if everyone learned how to improv just like they learn crossovers and muffles?

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Arizona-born Megan Metheney is a classically trained harpist whose approach to teaching and performing reflects a love for jazz, rock ‘n’ roll, acoustic world music, and an ear for invention.

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