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Some teachers who live in neighboring states may be listed at the bottom of this page.
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Here is a list of our harp teachers in New Hampshire organized by zip code.
Erica teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio. She also teaches at Phillips Exeter Academy, Saint Paul's Academy, Gordon College, Southern New Hampshire University, and at Manchester Community Music School. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. Erica teaches classical, orchestral, modern, Celtic, folk, early, therapy, and religious music. She also teaches composition, arranging, improvisation, and music theory, and offers recitals and harp ensembles for her students. Extra student experiences include: youth symphony, semi professional performance opportunities, masterclasses and competition coaching. Erica studied with Stephanie Curio, Cynthia Price Glynn, Gretchen van Hoesen, and Ursula Hollinger. She has a BA in Harp Performance from Boston Conservartory, and an MM in Harp Performance from Carnegie Mellon University. Erica has been teaching since 2012, and also teaches in sign language.
Lindsay teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio, and at a Middle School. She will also travel to the homes of local students. No previous musical training is required. Lindsay teaches all musical styles, specializing in classical and Celtic music. She also teaches music theory. She has Bachelors and Masters degrees in Harp Performance. Lindsay studied with Jeanne Goldstein and Dr. Jessica Suchy-Pilalis.
Melinda 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. She offers recitals for her students. Melinda teaches classical, orchestral and Celtic music. She has recorded 5 CDs with a Renaissance group and 2 with a singing duo. She studied with Lynne Turner of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Linda Wellbaum of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra. She has a Master's of Arts degree, and has been teaching since 1978.
03860North Conway, NH
(Boston MA, Portland ME)
Jane Wilcox Hively
Jane teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studio. She also teaches through Zoom and is creating teaching videos on YouTube. No previous musical training is required. Jane teaches all musical styles, specializing in folk and therapy music, and singing with the harp. She offers recitals for her students. She has Bachelor's and Master's of Music degrees, and a post-graduate certificate in vocal studies from Europe and the UK. She is the author of "How to Play Meditational Harp Music" and "Singing With Jane", and has recorded over 20 CDs. She has been teaching since 1988.
"I approach teaching harp from a chord-lead sheet beginning to full accompaniment understanding. I have taught for 25+ years with success. My students have attained personal & professional success. I encourage a singing, easy approach to harping always."
(Haverhill MA, Boston MA)
Searlait (O'Faolain) Hallett
Searlait teaches private lessons for teens and adults at her studio. New students must have basic note reading skills. Searlait teaches Celtic, Renaissance, early and classical music. She offers theory classes and performance opportunities for her students. She has a BA degree, and has been teaching since 1998.
Rachel teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio, and at the Community Music School of Springfield in Springfield, MA. She also teaches through Zoom, FaceTime, and Skype, and will travel to the homes of local students. Rachel teaches all musical styles, specializing in classical, Celtic, and folk music. She also teaches composition, arranging, and music theory, and offers recitals for her students. Rachel has a B.A in Traditional Scottish Music from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.