The new issue of Harp Column is out, featuring Jennifer Swartz, principal harp with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montréal. In our…
Montreal Symphony principal harpist Jennifer Swartz talks about her quest for a balanced life and the rich Canadian harp tradition.
Find out what makes for a memorable performance for harpists who have spent their lives on stage.
How to keep working toward your goals without instrument to play.
Our favorite shots from the #practicalharpist photo challenge.
Outgoing AHS Concert Artist Katherine Siochi reflects on a whirlwind two years.
Get your studio policies in place before the new school year begins.
How to develop and maintain a successful chamber ensemble.
Three original pieces and a book of exercises from four composers.
Two Bridges: Duo Scorpio, Kathryn Andrews and Kristi Shade, harps. American Modern Recordings, 2017
Through the Night: March to May, Elizabeth Wesche, harp; Darren Guyaz guitar/piano. Northbound Records, 2017.
—by Wendy Kerner A few years ago one of my chamber music ensembles: The Glorian Duo with Donna Milanovich, flutist,…
Maeve Gilchrist talks about her new concerto, her new duo album, and what it’s like to be a groundbreaking Irish harpist in America. —by Brandee Younger
Find out six ways to find more time to help balance the demands of home and harp.
—by Megan Metheney
Whether you are shipping your harp across the country or around the world, our experts share their tips for getting your instrument safely from point A to point B. —by Katherine Pecora
Flex time. —by Alison Reese
Remembering legendary French pedagogue Germaine Lorenzini. —by Isabelle Moretti
See some of our favorite shots in this issue’s #practicalharpist photo challenge.
Emily Granger tells the tale of shipping her prized harp halfway around the world, from Chicago to Sydney, Australia.