They used to, I think. I think a few of them may do so now. I can recommend highly Karen Thielen, who teaches at San Jose State University. Is Redlands a UC campus? I think if you were at the major campuses, there would be a teacher available in the area, if not on faculty.
Lou Anne Neill is my teacher at UCLA right now. She’s the principle harpist for the LA Phil, and she’s wonderful to work with. She usually doesn’t accept grad students because she loves to start students off on their feet, but that doesn’t mean that she wouldn’t offer admission to someone she felt really deserved it. There is no harp minor here at UCLA, only a major. UC San Diego also has a harp program.
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