Sponsored by the Midwest Harp Academy
a 501 (c) 3 non-profit corporation
For Full-Time Midwest Harp Festival Registrants Only
$655 (Housing not included) Paid in Full with Registration
First Come, First Serve Basis
Cancellations - No Refunds will be made unless your slot can be filled by May 31
Maximum 10 Pedal Harp Students
Led by Elizabeth Richter, an outstanding instructor and mentor of harp students, this program is designed for upper-intermediate and advanced high school and college level students who plan to study or are currently studying harp in college, and are aiming for a career in solo or orchestral performing. Each student will:
Additional sessions will be given in harp literature, practice techniques, stage presence, and audition preparation. This program will be held each morning in lieu of ensemble group rehearsal.
Students must be recommended by their teacher who should call or e-mail Lorelei Barton – 918-832-0934, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Music to be used for this program is the responsibility of the student to purchase and learn on their own BEFORE the festival. Each student’s teacher should assist in this but we are available for guidance if necessary.
2 memorized solos of contrasting nature and contrasting periods (Baroque, Classical, Romantic, Impressionist, Contemporary)
Students entering the Festival Solo Competition may use the competition piece as one of their memorized solos but will not receive coaching on it until after the competition
Mignon Overture - Ambroise Thomas (Famous Harp Cadenzas edited by Carlos Salzedo, available from Lyra)
Pines of Rome - my copy does not have individual measure numbers, just big rehearsal numbers. This is what I suggest for the first movement:
Mvt. 1 Beginning through 8 measures after Reh. 4
Mvt. 2 All
Mvt. 3 All
Daily CCB Schedule