Ohio Scottish Arts School

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2-52 North Main Street Oberlin Ohio 44074 US

OSAS is a week-long harp camp for ages 12-up, held on the campus of Oberlin College. The purpose is to learn Scottish music on lever and wire harps, and to make friends. Classes include singing, morning and afternoon harp classes on four levels, lectures, mixed instrument classes, and nightly sessions for adults, with activities for the teens. The week begins with the optional Ohio Scottish Games harp competition on Saturday, and runs through Friday noon.

Dates of Program
June 25-July 1 2016
1 week
Application Deadline
See website for deadline.
Harp Instructors
Sue Richards, Ann Heymann, Wendy Stewart, Dominique Dodge, Therese Honey, Charlie Heymann
All ages
Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Type of Harp
Lever harp
Students must provide instrument—rentals are not available
Residency Options
Both overnight and commuting options are available
Students stay in Oberlin college dormitories. Private and double rooms available.
Cost to be determined after January 1. See the website.
Financial Aid
Yes, partial scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
We focus on Scottish music, but comaraderie is very important.
This camp is perfect for:
Teens who want to make harp friends. Advanced beginners who want inspiration and support.
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
Crazy teachers!
More info

It will be hot. And rainy. You will have to walk to meals. But the Oberlin campus is beautiful, and if you like Scottish music, you will come home with lots of beautiful tunes for your repertoire, and you will have met some great folks. You will have studied with world-famous instructors. Teens will be challenged, adults will be enabled.