Want more playing opportunities? Grab your harp and head outdoors.
Find out which orchestra parts the pros say every harpist should know
Find out which pieces harp teachers love to teach and why you should add them to your repertoire. —by Kela Walton
Find motivation to learn music that isn’t at the top of your list of favorites. —by Rachel Brandwein
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.
Find out six ways to find more time to help balance the demands of home and harp.
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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
Discover how to build a smart capsule wardrobe. —by Carla Fabris
Get back to the basics with 30 days of technique practice. We’ve taken the best from our online 30 Day Practice Challenge and put it all in one place!
We’ve rounded up over 60 programs where harpists young and old, beginner and advanced, can spend their summer. —by Kristina Finch
Finding your voice as a newbie in orchestra can be a challenge. We have some great repertoire ideas to get you started. —by Michelle Gott
Wondering what to do about your gut strings? We take a look at current state of affairs in gut and help you sort out your options.
The harp section in an orchestra is usually a table for one. But when you are called to play with one, two, three, or more harpists, we’ve got expert advice on how to be a good team player.
Need to make more but don’t want to put down your harp to work at Starbucks? We’ve got 50 ideas to use your music skills to put more money in your pocket.
Make yourself into a model student by developing these five key habits.
Behind the Scenes: Go off stage at the 10th USA International Harp Competition.
Author Kristina Finch explores how to expand your teaching to reach special needs students.
Want to give back to your community, but your efforts are falling flat? We’ve got seven strategies to create a project that works. —by Jennifer Ellis
Playing the harp is a life-long pursuit, but our relationship with the instrument definitely changes over the years. We talked to harpists in all phases of their harp life to find out what’s behind their number. —by Erin Wood.