Saul, you might try, instead of a brochure (save that for when you seek a paid engagement as a harp performer) a business-card size ad in your neighborhood newsletter, if there is one. People seek out a music teacher for their youngsters close to home if possible, and often look at neighborhood-oriented mailings rather than tossing them out right away. All you would need are the basics: name, degrees, years of teaching experience, area in which you are located such as “Germantown area”,”no charge for first lesson”, and your telephone number. The flexibility of pre-teen children’s hands is very desirable
in learning the harp correctly, so you need to genuinely like children.