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  • Group logo of Enthusiastic amateur harpists...with other careers
    active 1 week, 2 days ago

    For harpists who are serious about their music, but aren’t full time harpists. They have careers in non-musical fields.

    Public Group / 38 members
  • Group logo of Harp in college
    active 2 weeks, 6 days ago

    Are you going off to school soon? Not sure about what harp to choose, how to transport, and how to keep up practicing if you aren’t majoring in music/harp? Or perhaps you will be studying that and need advice on […]

    Public Group / 5 members
  • Group logo of Harpmobile Update
    active 2 months, 3 weeks ago

    Time to update the list of harpmobiles!

    Public Group / 4 members
  • Group logo of Harpists Who Like Beets
    active 4 months, 1 week ago

    Love harp. Love beets.

    Public Group / 14 members
  • Group logo of Parents of Young Harpists
    active 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Sharing the trials and tribulations of harp schlepping, harp tuning, and knowing when to butt in and when to stay out of the way of young musicians as they grow into young adults.

    Public Group / 5 members
  • Group logo of Christian Harpists
    active 1 year, 3 months ago

    Harpists that are Christians, any age will do!

    Private Group / 24 members
  • Group logo of Wire Harps!
    active 1 year, 12 months ago

    For wire harps and their owners

    Public Group / 10 members
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The Harp Column Staff has been bringing you great editorial content, interviews, features, and reviews since 1993!481 Articles

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Kimberly Rowe is co-founder of Harp Column and served as Editor of the print edition from 1993–2013. She now serves as Web Editor. Kimberly performs and teaches in the mid-Atlantic region of the US. She is co-founder of the Young Artist's Harp Seminar, and on the faculty at Temple University, in Philadelphia.52 Articles

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Miami based Dr. of harp, gown-addict, lover of bulldogs, and fitness enthusiast.48 Articles

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Editor of Harp Column, freelance harpist, private teacher, hot yoga lover, and grammar geek.47 Articles

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Alison Young is a classical music host and producer at Minnesota Public Radio/American Public Media. She left a successful career as a flutist a decade ago after she developed a neurological disorder, but before then enjoyed many years traveling the world giving recitals, performing concertos, playing with some of the finest orchestras, and recording her own discs. Nowadays, Young spins discs and is always on the lookout for the next best thing. You can contact her at Articles

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Jan Jennings is the music review editor for Harp Column and is the author of The Harpist’s Complete Wedding Guidebook and Effortless Glissing. You can email her at Articles

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Deborah Henson-Conant (DHC) is a Grammy-nominated composer/performer and mentor to harpists around the world. Her signature harp, the DHC-Light, was designed and named for her by Camac Harps. She composes works for solo harp, ensembles, and concerto settings, and she coaches harpists in creativity and business in her online courses.9 Articles

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Jaymee Haefner’s performances have been described by Daniel Buckley as possessing “an air of dreamy lyricism… interlocking melody lines with the deftness of a dancer’s footwork.” Jaymee joined the University of North Texas (UNT) faculty in 2006 and was appointed as Director of Undergraduate Studies for the College of Music in 2010. Recently featured at the 50th Anniversary American Harp Society (AHS) National Conference in New York City, and the 2014 AHS National Conference in New Orleans, she has also performed throughout the Dallas‐Fort Worth area, in Mexico, the Czech Republic and Russia. Her recordings include features with the Bloomington Pops Orchestra, baritone Daniel Narducci and Alfredo Rolando Ortiz. She published a biography entitled The Legend of Henriette Renié and presented lectures at the 2014 World Harp Congress (WHC) in Sydney, the 2008 WHC in Amsterdam and the 2009 AHS Institute in Salt Lake City. Jaymee was Chairman of the 2011 AHS Institute and was recently appointed as the Treasurer for the World Harp Congress, she also and serves as the National Harp Associations Liaison for the WHC Review publication. Jaymee’s current projects include a “Better than One” duo with harpist Emily Mitchell and her “Crimson” duo with violinist Matt Milewski. Both ensembles are currently preparing CD recordings. When she isn’t practicing the harp, Jaymee trains in karate and is a first-degree black belt. She obtained her Bachelor of Music and Master of Music degrees from the University of Arizona and her Doctor of Music degree from Indiana University.8 Articles

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