Italy Teachers

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Teaches through Skype, FaceTime, Zoom or other online programs

Teaches both lever and pedal harp

Teaches only lever harp

Teaches only pedal harp

Teaches all ages

Teaches only children and teens

Teaches only teens and adults

Here is a list of our harp teachers in Italy.


San Remo, Italy

Caterina Bergo

Lever harp - all levels
Pedal harp - all levels

Caterina teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio, and at a middle school and high school. She also teaches through Zoom, FaceTime, and Meet by Google. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. Caterina teaches all musical styles, specializing in classical, orchestral, Celtic, folk, Early and Renaissance music. She teaches the Suzuki Method as well as arranging and music theory. She offers recitals and harp ensembles for her students. Caterina studied with Gabriella Bosio, Ursula Holliger, and Judith Liber and has Music Academy and Conservatory degrees. She has been teaching since 2000 and teaches in Italian, English, and French.

"No words. Only Music."



Reggio Emilia, Italy

Davide Burani

Pedal harp - all levels

Davide teaches private and group lessons for children, teens, and college students at the Conservatory of Reggio Emilia. He also teaches through Zoom and Skype. No previous musical training is required. He has pedal harps for rent to his students. Davide teaches classical, orchestral, and modern music. He also teaches improvisation and music theory and offers recitals and harp ensembles for his students. Davide studied with Francesca Frigotto, Emanuela Degli Esposti, and Judith Liber, and has degrees in harp and piano. He teaches in Italian, French, and English, and has been teaching since 2009.

"Harp gives you the chance to learn a soloist instrument, which can also play together with other ones (in particular ensembles). This allows you to complete your musical education and also to have fun with music. "