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Mexican harpist Baltazar Juárez has traveled the world studying and performing. Now he has returned to his native country to help develop a burgeoning classical harp scene.
Despite two devastating earthquakes in September, life moves forward in Mexico In the days after not one, but two powerful…
Want more playing opportunities? Grab your harp and head outdoors.
—by Sam Hickman You know how when you leave college all your friends are waiting tables and bartending until they…
Find out which orchestra parts the pros say every harpist should know
Pros around the world tell us their “must know” orchestra excerpts.
Making it look easy.
Little can prepare harpists for the ultra marathon demands of an opera job.
Lead by example when the busy holiday season hits your teaching studio.
How to handle regulations on rental harps.
Katerina Englichova, harp; Vilem Veverka, oboe. Naxos, 2017.
L’Arpa Notturna; Elisabeth Plank, harp. Ars, 2016
Two discs to enjoy during the holiday season.
Debussy lovers will delight in two new publications of the Frenchman’s work.
A harpist sent by someone special.
Get off to a fresh start for fall and keep the energy going all year long.
How to stay engaged during background music gigs?
“Sketchbook of a Journey”—Vero Duo: Gretchen Cover, harp, and Miguel Bonachea, guitar; World Premier Recordings, 2017.
“Vignette”—Maeve Gilchrist, harp, and Viktor Krauss, bass; Adventure Music America, 2017
“Voyage”—Cristina Montes Mateo, harp; Cid Records, 2017