“My goal is for my students to feel the pure joy that the magic of music can bring…..while learning about the work it takes to achieve any worthwhile activity…. and to nurture and strengthen the relationship between parents and child with Suzuki music instruction…..” I welcome adult students, both beginners or those who’ve had previous instruction. It’s a privilege to help adults achieve the music they want to play.
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Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance, Other undergraduate arts degree
Type of harp
Classical, Folk/Celtic, Jazz/Pop
Ages and Levels
Beginners welcome, Adults welcome, No piano background required
Ruth started playing harp while working on an undergraduate degree in violin performance; and continued playing both professionally; achieving a Master’s degree in violin performance from the University of Tulsa, and playing viola for the Tulsa Signature Symphony for 15 years. She has extensively freelanced for weddings and the like, been the Harpist in Residence for Hillcrest Hospital’s Art of Healing Program, and has been a Teaching and Implementing Artist for the Harweldon Institute (Arts and Humanities Council of Tulsa) for many years.