Island Mountains International Celtic Harp School

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Wells, BC, Canada
Pooley Street Wells British Columbia V0K 2R0 CA

Celebrating 35 years of summer study of lever harp in the mountains of British Columbia, Canada.  Past instructors have included Kim Robertson, Sharlene Wallace, Sunita Stanislow, Robin Huw Bowen, Maeve Gilchist, Louise Trotter and a host of other well-know lever harpists.  Students can camp or stay in local hotels.   Running concurrently is our new cello class.

Dates of Program
August 14 - 18, 2017
Length
1 week
Application Deadline
early bird deadline June 1, 2017
Harp Instructors
Tristan LeGovic, Sharlene Wallace, 2 additional tba
Ages
14-18, Adult
Levels
Beginner, Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced, Professional
Type of Harp
Lever harp
Instruments
Students must provide instrument—rentals are available
Residency Options
All participants commute
Costs
$555 Canadian ... accommodation additional
Financial Aid
Yes, partial scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
fine instructors, and intense, immersive harp classes in a tiny mountain village
This camp is perfect for:
adults who want to study with renowned instructors to broaden their harp journeys
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
lessons with great instructors. For many it is their yearly lessons - in one week!
More info

Students give rave reviews to the village of Wells, the activities for the rest of the family, the chance to play with cellos, and to really grow as musicians. Many come from isolated areas where teachers are few. Lots of class time gives opportunities to really learn deeply. This year will feature a small focus on ensembles so it will be a good year to come with a buddy!

Camping and inexpensive hotels and motels along with great local restaurants make it a fine week. Nearby is Barkerville Historic Park, and Bowron Lakes Park, and running concurrently is our cello class, so the whole family can attend!

More info about each course content contact marilyn@harpcanada.com