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Les Jeudis Classiques with Camac Harps Paris

November 18, 2020

Welcome to a special concert series, which we have been able to make happen thanks to the flexibility and determination of everybody involved. Throughout the… Read more…

Fitting Levers On Your Odyssey Harp

November 10, 2020

It's super-easy to fit levers on your small Odyssey harp! No drilling or specialist equipment required; our lever kit contains everything you'll need. In our… Read more…

Elisabeth Valletti : The Age of Trees

November 19, 2020

Elisabeth Valletti, a unique voice for the electric harp, is bringing out previously unreleased work from the early days of the instrument. Follow her on… Read more…

Glowing Harp International Competition – ONLINE

November 6, 2020

In response to the many challenges facing the cultural sector this winter, Glowing Harp 2021 is holding a full international harp competition online. There are… Read more…

Please Do Not Ignore The Mermaid

November 5, 2020

Tara Minton's new album is out on November 6, on Lateralize Records. An ensemble album with the harp at its centre, its 7 different iterations… Read more…

“A cocktail of modern Portugal”

November 16, 2020

Camac are happy to have co-sponsored Salomé Pais Matos's new album: "". Step this way to discover new pedal harp music, and the new generation… Read more…

Stockhausen and more: new programmes from Astrid, Emma and Mathilde Wauters

October 19, 2020

The role of video in communicating about music has never been clearer - and artists are using it to introduce innovative programming to concert promoters. Read more…

Camac welcomes Odyssey Harps

September 14, 2020

Odyssey by Camac is a small harp with big ideas. It’s an ideal travel harp, a great choice for beginners, and the gateway to a… Read more…

In memoriam Joël Garnier (1940-2000)

September 11, 2020

On the twentieth anniversary of his death, we remember Joël Garnier, founder of Camac Harps. Read more…