Summer Stretch

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Anne Sullivan taught music theory and ear training at the Curtis Institute of Music from 1982–2002. She teaches harp at the University of Delaware and helps harpists find harp happiness at
harpmastery.com.

Creating summer harp experiences to inspire and recharge

Student Scenario #1: I’m looking for some summer ideas for my students. Most of them stay around during the summer and want to continue their lessons with me. That’s great from an income perspective, but I feel burned out from the busy year, and I need a break. How can I keep my students involved with their harp studies and at the same time have a more relaxed and less stressful summer myself?

Student Scenario #2: My students are so busy over the summer. They are in sports camps and on extended vacations. Weekly lessons are out of the question. How can I keep them connected to the harp over the summer so we don’t have to play catch up in the fall?

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