Monthly Archives: June 2013

From Injury to Recovery

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Performance injuries are every musician’s greatest fear. Our playing is so intrinsic to our being that just thinking about having […]


Sitting Pretty: Check Your Harp Posture

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Posture is arguably the most important physical factor in playing any instrument. It is the first thing our teachers teach […]


Fear: What Are You Afraid Of?

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Fear is a part of everything we do. And in music performance we confront our fears daily. Unfortunately, sometimes it […]


Three Things I Wish I Had Years Ago

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Old School. Back in the day. Whatever you call it, I’m old enough to have been there. And a recent […]


My Five Favorite Evernote Uses

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Perhaps you are a fan of Evernote, as I am. I use it for everything. It’s my notepad and my […]


3 Reasons You Need to Attend Harp Mastery Day

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Saturday, June 22 I will be giving workshops at “Lark Music Presents Anne Sullivan’s Harp Mastery.” I am very excited […]


Enjoy Your Summer Practice? I Do!

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I love practicing in the summer. I always feel motivated, relaxed and inspired. It all started the first year I […]


Turn Around an Epic Fail – Part 2

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We all have them from time to time, an epic fail in a performance. Whether it’s a memory slip you […]


Turn Around an Epic Fail – Part 1

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We all have them from time to time, an epic fail in a performance. Whether it’s a memory slip you […]


Harp Mastery Notes and Quotes

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This is an “odds and ends” sort of post with some important news, some blog post updates and a couple […]