LESSONS

Online and In-Studio Lessons taught weekly

Contact Elizabeth for Lesson Schedule Availability.

Orlando harp lessons for students are taught weekly from Elizabeth’s studio in Longwood, Florida, and Online via Skype or FaceTime. Her studio is located just minutes away from Orlando, Florida. See below for materials to get started with lessons.

1 Hour Lesson = $45.00

To setup your studio for online lessons, visit Online Lesson Setup to get started.

Ages 5 to adult are welcome to begin harp lessons. Previous musical experience is not necessary to begin piano lessons. Musical experience (knowledge in reading music) is necessary to begin harp lessons. If no musical experience is had, Elizabeth teaches music theory lessons prior to beginning harp.

For children, the study of a musical instrument such as the harp is an invaluable addition to a child’s education by developing self-esteem, memory, motor skills, and creativity. Children can improve and enhance their future immeasurably by gaining understanding of the structure and beauty of music.

As an Orlando and Online harp teacher, my goal is to assist each student in accomplishing their individual goals. Whatever your goals are, even if it’s just to play the harp for yourself at home, it’s never too late to try something you’ve always wanted to try!

Don’t own a harp? That’s okay! Let me help you find a harp to rent.

Also see “A Harp to Fit Your Needs” to gain a better understanding of harps and which one is best for you.

Equipment

Musical instrument

Music stand

Appropriate/adjustable bench

Tuner (External)

Tuner (App for Android)

Tuner (App for Apple)

Tuning key

Metronome

Notebook for lesson notes

Enthusiasm to learn!

 

Lesson Material:

“On Playing the Harp” by Yolanda Kondonassis. This book is a great overview including a brief history of the harp, technique, how to sit and play the instrument, and exercises for all levels.

“Alfred’s Essentials of Music Theory”. This book is great for anyone needing to learn how to read music for the first time, or a refresher in music theory.

“Harp Exercises for Agility and Speed” by Deborah Friou. This book is a good exercise book for beginners as well as general warm-ups for any harpist.

“Harp Olympics” This series of books is where I begin teaching the student how to play songs. These books include exercises and introduce terms. Depending on your ability, we would start with Preliminary round, up to Stage 4.

To setup your studio for online lessons, visit Online Lesson Setup to get started.

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