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Folia: a collaboration with Mourad Merzouki and the Concert de l’Hostel Dieu

January 25, 2022

Imagine: hiphop choreography by Mourad Merzouki, music from the Concert de l’Hostel Dieu baroque ensemble, a backdrop of Jean Lurçat’s monumental tapestry cycle, Le Chant… Read more…

Rave Harps International Prestige Award 2022: Solo

January 7, 2022

You have until February 28th to enrol for next July’s Rave Harps International Prestige Award in Singapore. This competition has an innovative hybrid model with… Read more…

Sixth International Harp Competition, Szeged: November 29 – December 4, 2022

January 10, 2022

Camac Harps are the delighted sponsors of the Sixth International Harp Competition, which will take place between November 29 - December 4, 2022. Read more…

Les Jeudis de la Harpe – Season IV

October 29, 2021

Our online concerts are back! Join us @CamacHarpsOfficial on YouTube, Thursdays at 19:30. Read more…

Thespian inspirations for the electroharp! 

October 18, 2021

The Camac electroharp’s portability and limitless, amplified possibilities make it a perfect stage harp. Here it is in the hands of Llinos Daniel and alongside Sir… Read more…

Blue Harp and song: Arden album out now

October 12, 2021

Arden has a new album out (Neue Meister): home-produced, blue harp and vocals, layered with ambient sounds from Janus Rasmussen. It’s gentle, enveloping and touching,… Read more…

The Camac Festival, Nice: October 8 – 10, 2021

September 27, 2021

Good things come to those who wait: after a pandemic-related postponement, it is with joy that we are putting the final touches to our preparations… Read more…

A Big Blue at the World Conservation Congress 2021

September 15, 2021

We have been delighted to supply a Big Blue electroacoustic harp for the closing ceremony of the World Conservation Congress in Marseille. Read more…

“Orbis” for augmented electric harp: world premier, 18.09.21

September 10, 2021

Written over the course of several residencies at the GIPSA-Lab studios in Grenoble, Arnaud Petit's "Orbis" is an exploration of the Camac MIDI harp and… Read more…