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London Harp Competitions 2021

March 2, 2021

Catrin Finch and Keziah Thomas are your fantastic jurors for the London competitions this year! We are proud to be supporting a fully online festival… Read more…

For every harp we make, we plant a tree

February 21, 2021

We are proud to have joined forces with One Tree Planted, a non-profit organisation committed to global reforestation. Read on to find out more about… Read more…

The French Harp Competition goes to China

February 5, 2021

Latest news of artistic projects during the pandemic! A collaboration between the French Harp Competition, and friends and colleagues in China, attracted several hundred online… Read more…

Les Jeudis de la Harpe… THE SEQUEL

February 5, 2021

The response to our YouTube concerts has been overwhelming - so it’s time for a second series! Les Jeudis de la Harpe will start on… Read more…

Rave Harps International Prestige Awards 2021

January 22, 2021

Music competitions face many challenges in the Covid-19 crisis - and their response is ever-more creative. For their harp chamber music competitions in 2021, our… Read more…

“Boîte à Outils” (“Toolbox”): new music for lever harp by François Pernel

January 20, 2021

François Pernel has already made an incredible contribution to the lever harp teaching repertoire - and shows no signs of slowing down! His latest publication… Read more…

Les Jeudis Classiques: online classical harp recitals

January 4, 2021

Our 2021 concert agenda is off to a fascinating start. Sylvain Blassel - true to form - performs transcriptions hitherto undreamt-of on the harp: Haydn’s… Read more…

Christmas trad and a debut album from Woodlands

December 23, 2020

Stockholm-based duo Woodlands are exciting traditional music newcomers! We love their debut album - and their bonus Christmas videos. Read more…

“The Harp at the Heart of the Orchestra”, Vol. 1

December 16, 2020

Elisabeth Colard’s new volume of harp orchestral excerpts provides several hard-to-find parts, and a lot of valuable context. Read more…