Summer Camp Roundup 2015 Edition


Ready for summer? Start planning your summer harp experience with our guide to more than 60 camps, festivals, retreats, and workshops across the country and around the world!

Though the thermometer says it’s winter, it’s time to start making your summer plans. We’ve rounded up information on more than 60 summer harp programs. From beginner to professional, young to old, there is a good fit for just about every harpist looking to take their playing further this summer.

 We’ve gathered as much information as possible about the wide-ranging programs out there for harpists, from summer-long rustic camps to weekend festivals and retreats. Use these listings as a starting point to narrow your summertime search, then be sure to use the contact information provided to find out more about the programs that interest you.

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  1. Harp Song of the Blue Ridge is preparing for 4-day sleepover Harp Camp again this coming August. We stay at the Acorn Inn (a converted horse stable) in Nellysford, Virginia. All meals are catered. Daily workshops, ensemble rehearsals, canoeing, walks in the woods and a visit too VesperWood Farm will keep everyone happy and inspired! Campers last summer were from 8 years of age to 75! We can house up to 16 campers.

    Presenters this year will include Howard Bryan, Eve Watters, Kate Tamarkin and others still to be announced.

    I will soon be sending you information on Harp Camp 2016 in hopes you will list us in your camp comparison guide this year. Is there a deadline for receipt of our information?

    Thanks so much,

    Virginia Schweninger

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