New Zealand Teachers
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Here is a list of our harp teachers in New Zealand, organized by postal code.
Anna has a Bachelor of Performance Music, and a Diploma of Teaching (Music and English) and has been teaching harp since 1991. She teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio, and at Auckland Schools - Diocesan, St Cuths, St Kents, Pinehurst, Michael Park and Baradene. She also teaches through Skype. No previous musical training is required, and small hire harps are available for beginners. Anna teaches classical, modern, Celtic, folk and early music, as well as composition, arranging and music theory. She also organizes harp competitions and concerts, a beginner harp orchestra, the Auckland Harp Orchestra, and Harpenz, an annual harp retreat and workshops and masterclasses with visiting international harpists.
"My students come in all shapes and sizes, with different types of prior knowledge, different life experiences and different expectations about their musical education. I don't teach in a standard format in which everyone has to fit into the same frame, but I do expect students to work hard and make good progress, join in with our harp events, come to concerts, see other harpists playing, try new harps, and really see how much fun our music world is!"
Lana teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio. She teaches on a pedal and lever harp. She also will travel to the homes of local students. No previous musical training is required. Lana teaches all styles of music, specializing in classical and Celtic music. She also teaches composition and music theory. She offers harp ensemble, harp circles, and recitals for her students. Lana studied at the Branch of the St. Petersburg Conservatory, Russia. She has been teaching since 1979 and teaches in Russian as well as in English. Lana also offers FREE LEARNING on the lever harp and music theory for especially gifted students! A preliminary interview is compulsory.
"I am very much enjoying the lessons with my students. Every student receives my full attention and dedication, and each lesson is full of enthusiasm and joy. Welcome!"
(North Shore, Mt. Eden)
Cathie teaches private lessons for children and adults at her studios on the North Shore and in Mt Eden. She will also travel to the homes of local students. Cathie teaches classical, orchestral, modern, Celtic and folk music, and offers recitals, harp ensembles, and theory classes. She has LRSM and LTCL degrees.
"Students are prepared for Royal School and Trinity exams, NCEA, and public performances. As well as solo performances pupils are encouraged to accompany singers, instrumentalists, and their own singing. From time to time students come to NZ for exchange studies and I am happy to take them for short-term lessons during their stay here."
0920Snells Beach, Aukland, NZ
Becky teaches private and group lessons at her studio, as well as through Skype. She also travels to the homes of local students. She teaches all ages, specializing in adults and seniors. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. Becky teaches all musical styles, specializing in folk music. She has been teaching since 2009.
(Point Chevalier, Central Auckland)
Robyn teaches private and group lessons for children and adults at her studio, as well as through Skype. No previous musical training is required. She has lever harps for rent to her students. Robyn teaches composition, arranging and improvisation, and Celtic, folk, early, pop, modern, and religious music.
"I enjoy sharing my love of music with my students. Creativity and fun with music are encouraged at every step along the musical journey."