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A recreational camp atmosphere and intense harp study combine in a great summer harp experience. With a focus on learning together, campers practice and perform, study technique and musicianship, and enjoy making new harp friends. The spirit of collaboration, cooperation and creativity that blossoms make this camp experience unique.
Dates of Program
July 23-29, 2017
May 31, 2017. (Discount before March 15,2017)
Anne Sullivan, Director and Instructor. Candace Lark Masucci, Instructor.
Students must provide instrument—rentals are available
All participants reside overnight
Campers and harps stay in a modern, fully air conditioned lodge.
Tuition (includes, instruction, room and board) $765.00
No scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
We emphasize group learning and collaboration, because it's more fun, and camp should be about fun.
This camp is perfect for:
All levels of students, ages 13-20, lever and pedal harp, beginners to advanced.
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
Blend of musical challenge, creativity, and friends.
Harp in the Mountains isn’t so much about learning music (although we do learn it and perform it) as it is about learning ABOUT music and about HOW to learn it. The goal of the program is to help the students find the things that excite them and interest them about the harp, sharing the experience with other harpists their own age, so that they go back home energized and inspired to continue their studies.
Register by March 15 to receive a $100 “Early Bird” discount off the camp fee.