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The Vancouver (B.C.) Symphony Orchestra has big harp shoes to fill as Elizabeth Volpé Bligh steps down after more than 35 years as its principal harpist.
Expert advice on selecting the best college harp program for you.
Avoid the holiday rush by learning some new Christmas music this fall.
Find out why John Rutter’s “Dancing Day” should be on your practice list.
Giving it the old college try.
One professional harpist’s letter to her younger self.
How to help your high school students select a college harp program.
Exploring the possibilities of looper pedals and solo gigs.
Jouer, Chanter, Danser—Manon le Comte, harp; Victor Fournelle-Blain, violin.
Beautiful World; Anne Vanschothorst, harp.
New takes on old Christmas favorites.
Two harpists share their worst weather wedding woes
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