Talking Harps is connecting the harp world through conversation.Visit Us On YouTube
An interview series inspired by the concept of 6 degrees of separation.
Resources to advance your harp skills and build your confidence as a musician.
Take a closer look at music written or arranged for the harp.
Conversations with experienced harpists on different aspects of musicianship that they are passionate about.
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I started taking harp lessons in April of 2020 when I found myself spending a lot more time at home because of the COVID-19 pandemic. As I dove into the harp world, I discovered an amazing array of people that are all connected by the same instrument: the harp.
Through my conversations with harp lovers around the world, I came to realize that there is a lot of amazing work being done but are yet to be discovered by many. This gave me the idea of creating 'Talking Harps' with two of my harp friends, Angela and Javier.
Creator & Host
Angela thrives on making plans and removing barriers to achieve big dreams - both for herself and for those around her. When she is not playing the harp, she can be found organising her notebooks or talking about the harp. Angela teaches high school mathematics and lives in England with her husband.
Javier loves to figure out how things work and strives to learn something new everyday. He applies this philosophy towards his life-long wish of playing the harp and has found the results very rewarding thus far. Javier lives in Switzerland where he has a job that serves another passion in life: helps maintaining and keeping aircrafts flying.
Victoria enjoys building human connections. Her Harp Connections interview idea inspired the 'Talking Harps' project. Victoria values collaborations and is invested in cultivating sustainable and meaningful relationships. She lives in Canada with her husband and two children.