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“Where harpists come to play!” The YAHS program is for serious pedal harpists who want to improve performance skills and practice habits and intensify preparation for solo performances, orchestral auditions, and competitions. The YAHS Prep program is open to pedal or lever harpists who want similar training in a less intensive atmosphere.
Dates of Program
July 1-15, 2017 (YAHS); June 20 - July 7, 2017 (YAHS Prep)
1 week, 2 weeks
March 15, 2017
Susan Bennett Brady, Kimberly Rowe, Kristi Shade, Kathryn Andrews, Angela Schwarzkopf, Emily Levin; 2017 Guest Artist Bridget Kibbey
Our beautiful campus and gorgeous mountain scenery. Fabulous recreational activities!
This camp is perfect for:
Students who are serious about the harp.
Students come back year after year for our camp's:
Outstanding training and performance environment and to reconnect with likeminded peers.
Founded in 2002, the Young Artist’s Harp Seminar has become one of the pre-eminent summer training programs for today’s young harpists. YAHS alumni have gone on to attend major music schools and conservatories around the world, including Juilliard, the Curtis Institute of Music, the Paris Conservatory, and many others. The program is designed to improve performance skills and practice habits and intensify preparation for solo performances, orchestral auditions, and competitions through interaction with our distinguished Artist Faculty and Guest Artists.
The Preparatory Division is designed for lever and pedal harpists at a beginning to intermediate level, who may not be ready for the full YAHS experience. Prep harpists will participate in harp ensemble, receive private lessons, perform in concert, take part in outdoor and recreational activities, and experience fun workshops created especially by the Duo Scorpio staff.