How to know if you’ve outgrown your teacher.
Not getting lost in long tacet sections is one of the hardest parts of being an orchestral harpist. Find out how the experts manage to keep their place.
How to handle regulations on rental harps.
How to stay engaged during background music gigs?
How to develop and maintain a successful chamber ensemble.
How to build and maintain a varied repertoire.
Cold-hand remedies from our panel
When performance anxiety strikes, find out how to stay cool as a cucumber.
Tips to improve your sight-reading skills.
Q: Is it worth the money to attend conferences and workshops?
Do your students lose their motivation to practice? Experts Stephanie Curcio, Julietta Rabens, and Megan Stout share their advice on keeping the drive alive.
Find out how to improve your one-handed trills.
What to do when your harp student keeps receiving violin parts in orchestra.
Cures for slipping tuning pins.
Find out what social marketing strategies have worked best for our experts.
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