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The Rocky Mountain Springs Harp Program strives to supplement the education of young harpists through intensive summer programs which treat each harpist as a whole person, with teachers who act as mentors and friends.
Training in harp technique, musicianship and performance is enhanced by program elements designed to improve mental attitudes and abilities, physical health and conditioning, aesthetic appreciation, and connections between music and other disciplines.
Dates of Program
July 2-23, 2017
May 15, 2016
Rachel Browne, Kathryn Harms
14-18, College, Adult
Advanced Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Type of Harp
Students must provide instrument—rentals are available
All participants reside overnight
dorm rooms at Colorado Mountain College, with harps stored in rooms and locked practice areas
$2600 for early registration; $2800 full tuition; scholarships available
Yes, full scholarships are available
What makes this camp experience unique is:
its emphasis on taking care of our bodies as musicians; daily focus on technique for better facility
This camp is perfect for:
active students who want to be inspired to play music in a friendly, non-competitive setting
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
chamber music experiences, to meet new and old friends, beautiful setting
In addition to focusing on technique and taking care of our bodies as musicians, working with other musicians is an important part of the program. Harp students work closely with each other in harp ensemble and with strings students at the Rocky Mountain Summer Conservatory. We encourage students with brothers or sisters who play other instruments to apply to both programs. For more information visit our website, rmsharp.org.