Oberlin’s undergraduate program addresses emerging challenges and prepares exceptional harp performance majors for successful careers in music. Thorough development of technique, musicianship, pedagogy, and repertoire are combined with performance opportunities in chamber, orchestral, contemporary music, and improvisational ensembles. The curriculum includes the harp seminar, harp ensemble, courses in music theory and history, entrepreneurship and leadership, digital technology, and wellness.
Anderson University harp program aims to help students develop individual artistry, as well as offer them boundless opportunities to perform in collaborative, orchestral, band, choral, operatic, and jazz settings. The curriculum includes studies in the instrument’s techniques, repertoire, literature, audition preparation, competition skills, and pedagogy. Scholarships and assistantships are available.
The School of Music, Dance & Theatre at Arizona State University offers a cutting-edge music program with an abundance of opportunities that inspire creativity. A partnership with Mesa Public Schools Music Education offers graduate students intensive pedagogical and administrative experience working with the largest public school harp program in the country. Located in the beautiful Southwest region, it is the perfect place to earn a degree in harp performance, music education or music therapy.
Program includes: orchestra, symphonic band, concert band, chamber music, vocal ensemble accompanying, solo recitals, tours with large ensembles (regional, national, and international), harp pedagogy, harp literature, and harp ensemble
Weekly lessons at Baldwin Wallace University’s Conservatory of Music offer a thorough examination and study of standard, practical harp repertoire throughout the 4-year program. Studio classes include the study of orchestral repertoire, A Ceremony of Carols and the complete Nutcracker Ballet, as well as opportunities to perform for colleagues. Many orchestral and chamber music opportunities are also available.
The harp program includes a weekly studio class, harp pedagogy, harp ensemble, orchestral repertoire, chamber music, orchestra, opera orchestra, wind ensemble, symphony band, jazz ensemble, and new music ensemble. Scholarships are available.
The mission of the Bard Conservatory is to provide the best possible preparation for a person dedicated to a life immersed in the creation and performance of music. The harp program, led by world class harpists, Bridget Kibbey and Sara Cutler, offers students performance opportunities in the Conservatory Orchestra, chamber music, harp class, and orchestral harp class.
Program includes: orchestra, world string ensemble, jazz and pop groups, harp ensemble, studio class, harp pedagogy, harp technique and literature class, music business, applied lessons in both commercial and classical harp
Specific degrees include BM in Performance, Music Therapy, Music Production/Engineering, Electronic Production and Design, Professional Music and MM in Jazz through the prestigious Berklee Global Jazz Institute. Program includes improvisation orchestra, symphony orchestra, Broadway orchestra, world string ensemble, video game orchestra, chamber music, jazz groups, Berklee Global Jazz Institute, jazz harp ensemble, and internships.
program includes: orchestra, band, choir, chamber music
program includes: orchestra, choral accompaniment, choirs, band, chamber music ensembles, weekly recital opportunities, performances in major school Christmas and concerto competition festivals, touring
program includes: chamber harp ensemble, orchestra, opera, band, harp pedagogy and literature classes, performance classes, choral and harp performances, soloist with orchestra opportunities, competitions, music harmony, analysis and literature courses, private lessons
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Harp Program offers a wide encompassing and comprehensive training for a professional career in music under the tutelage of Ina Zdorovetchi, Associate Professor, Head of Harp and Outstanding Music Faculty of the Year 2017. The curriculum focuses on high level preparation for solo performances, chamber music, orchestra / ensemble, competitions, new music collaborations, teaching and entrepreneurship in a friendly, supportive and nurturing environment.