West Virginia University undergraduate and graduate degree programs for harpists include BS in harp performance, BA in Music, BS in Music Education, Music Therapy, Music Industry, Music Theory and Composition, Music History, Music Minor, Secondary study, and Master of Music Christine Mazza, harp instructor
Type of School
Music and Arts Degrees Offered
Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Music Education, Master of Music, Master of Music Education
Number of harp students enrolled in 2020-2021
Lessons available for non-majors?
Number of school harps:
Space provided for personal harps?
This program is best suited for students who ________.
enjoy large ensemble and Chamber Music participation
What sets this program apart from others is ________.
unlimited performance opportunities at school and in the community
Students who graduate from this school go on to ________.
The three words that best describe this school's environment are ________.
Challenging, versatile supportive
The WVU harp studio has grown into three separate rooms, providing ease for practice space and Chamber music rehearsal. We have also received a grant for six small harps for use through Community Music and planned Music Therapy and Music Education classes.
Updated for 2021-2022