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Skype Lessons

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Christine is an experienced performer, composer and dedicated harp teacher. She received training at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in concert harp and lever harp.  She studied Irish harp at the Royal Irish Academy of Music and holds a Licentiate of the London College of Music (LLCM) in Irish Traditional Music Performance.  Christine has a specialist interest in playing popular music on the harp and shares her music all over the world by teaching students using Skype/FaceTime.


As an experienced pedagogue, I have been working with students of all levels and age-groups in Vienna and in international masterclasses. I have prepared many of my students successfully for competitions and entrance exams.


Elizabeth Jaxon has been teaching harp since 2000, beginning in her hometown of Champaign, IL. In Paris, she developed a private studio consisting of students of all ages. She was then invited to join the faculty at the Mahidol University College of Music, in Thailand, as instructor of harp and additionally as a string chamber music coach for pre-college, undergraduate, and graduate levels. She is now based in Utrecht, the Netherlands.


Floraleda Sacchi is regarded as one of the most interesting and original harpist in the international concert panorama.
Floraleda sold thousands of copies recording for Decca, Philips, Universal and Deutsche Grammophon. In 2011 she founded a record label, Amadeus Arte and a series dedicated to composers who wrote for her. She performed as soloist all over the world in major halls and festivals. She plays electric and acoustic harp and historical instruments.

Joanna Jordan December 2018

What should a teacher do? I once discovered that a teacher is one who inspires. A good teacher helps develop and enrich every student, no matter what ability they arrive with initially. I believe that every person has an unlimited capability to learn music. My purpose in teaching is to bring out the areas that are strong and to find ways to develop the areas that are challenges.

Styles I Teach:

Classical * Jazz * Rock * Blues * Folk * Pop * Hip-Hop * R & B * Urban * Country * Bluegrass

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Kimberly Rowe serves on the faculty of prominent music programs such as Curtis Summerfest, theNational Music Festival, and the Young Artist’s Harp Seminar, which she co-founded in 2002. She is founder of the harp program at the Music Preparatory Division of Temple University, and adjunct faculty at Temple’s Esther Boyer College of Music and Dance.

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Flexible tuitions from beginners to advanced levels.
Lessons on Celtic/lever harp for children/adult,
Introduction to Music Theory elements
Intermediate level:
Improvement in technique and interpretation
Enlargement of the repertoire
Performance opportunities
Advanced level and Young Professional:
Improvement in the standard of performance
Preparation for orchestra or college auditions
Preparation for competitions
Intensive sessions available
Performance opportunities


My focus is primarily Jazz on harp and ‘am happy to take students at any level. Available for online lessons. For more info, please visit my website (see link above).

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My goal in harp teaching is to give my pupils a stabil technical base, which can be easily used for any kind of music they wish to play on the harp. I definitely take care of the musical and technical needs of my students, so they can evolve individually.

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I have 9 years of teaching experience to students ranging from 6 to 60 years of age, professional musicians to complete beginners who can’t read music. Over the years I’ve developed an understanding of the different needs and abilities of students and now I tailor my lessons to each individual. I don’t believe in talent, I believe in hard work and I believe that hard work can be made much lighter with the correct, individual approach.

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