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Here is a list of our harp teachers in Kansas organized by zip code.
Erin teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio and at Washburn University. She also teaches through Skype, and will travel to the homes of local students. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. Erin teaches all musical styles, specializing in classical, orchestral, Celtic and pop music. She also teaches music theory and offers recitals and harp ensembles for her students. Erin studied with Kim Delibero Glennie, Susann McDonald, and Ela Szymt. She has BM and MM degrees from Indiana University and has been teaching since 1994.
"I have a vibrant studio of all ages and tailor lessons to the student's interests".
Phaedra teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio, as well as through Zoom, FaceTime, and Skype. No previous musical training is required. Phaedra teaches classical, therapy, religious, and orchestral music, as well as improvisation, and music theory. She offers recitals, harp ensembles, and studio gatherings for her students. She studied with Alice Chalifoux and Jara Goodrich, and has a Masters degree in Music Theory.
"I have a passion for teaching harp to students of all ages. I teach the Salzedo technique and have studied with some of its greatest pedagogues, Alice Chalifoux and Jara Goodrich. I believe that the study of music is a collaboration, therefore we select music pieces together, I continue to actively perform, helping me to keep current with the music scene of Kansas City."
Judith teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio and at Bethel College Academy of Performing Arts. She also teaches through Skype, Zoom, and Viber. New students must have at least one year of piano. Judith teaches all musical styles and offers recitals for her students. She has a BA in Piano Performance and is a Certified Harp Therapy Practitioner.
Jane teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio, and at the homes of local students. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps and pedal harps for rent to her students. Jane teaches all music styles, specializing in classical and orchestral music. She also teaches composition, arranging, improvisation and music theory, and offers recitals and harp ensembles for her students. She has a Master of Music degree in harp performance from Peabody Conservatory of the Johns Hopkins University. She was previously certified for Suzuki Harp Method through Book II. Jane studied with Margaret Ling, Marilyn Costello, Alice Chalifoux, Jeanne Chalifoux, and Mary Kay Waddington. She has been teaching since 1973.
" Every student is like a different road map. I utilize several different methods to discover the student's friction point for optimal growth. Lessons often become a family affair, and that is extremely beneficial."
Suzanne teaches private lessons for teens and adults at her studio. No previous musical training is required. She teaches all musical styles, specializing in classical and pop music. She teaches music theory, and offers harp ensembles and harp circles for her students. Suzanne studied with Margaret Ling and Mary Bickford, and has the following degrees: B.S.M.E. with harp minor, M.M. in harp.
RoJean teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. RoJean specializes in folk and Christian music, and also teaches arranging and classical, Celtic, folk, and therapy music. She has been teaching since 2002.
"The first lesson is free; an opportunity to get acquainted and determine music experience and goals. Lessons are tailored to individual learning styles and scheduling is flexible. All students are encouraged to participate in a monthly harp circle, and to join in occasional ensemble performances if interested."