Tag Archives: students

Harp Gratitude Day – Giving Thanks

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Gratitude is on my mind at the moment. Here in the U.S. we just celebrated Thanksgiving, arguably the most beloved […]


Living a Musical Legacy

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Each of us is a product of our upbringing. That’s no less true in music than in a family. Our […]


How to Create Momentum, Part 2

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In the last post, I offered some ways for busy professional harpists to create momentum in the new year in […]


The Three Necessary Stages of Memorization, Part 1

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  It is easy to know when we don’t have a piece memorized. It is more difficult to know when […]


Five Essentials for Your Teaching Studio

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Five essentials that will help keep your students motivated and keep you organized.


Mastery or Fluency?

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That hippest harpist Deborah Henson-Conant wrote a great blog post recently about mastery. She pointed out that the heralded “10,000 […]


Concentration? 100%

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As I am writing this, I am beginning another year’s Harp In The Mountains Festival. This is the seventh year […]


The Perfect Practice Recipe

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Have you ever been stumped trying to figure out how to organize your practice? Sometimes it’s because we have too […]


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 […]


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 […]