EnglishCardiff Camac harp Weekend
Camac Harps Logo Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend
Saturday 4th & Sunday 5th March 2017
an exciting weekend of harp activities at the
Conferencing and Hospitality Suite
Cardiff Metropolitan University
Western Avenue, Cardiff, CF5 2YB
 
Exhibition of harps
Our exhibition at the 2015 Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend

Event Programme cover Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend
 

Tutors

Gabriella Dall’Olio
Shelley Fairplay
Ben Creighton Griffiths
Deborah Henson-Conant
Tara Minton
Eleanor Turner
Balandino Di Donato

Events

Harp exhibition
Concerts
Workshops
Masterclasses
Hands-on-harps for beginners

Click here for PDF Brochure and Click here for PDF Booking Form
Please download booking form, complete on screen, print and post to
Elen Vining at Camac Harps Telynau Vining Wales|Cymru

Welcome!

Welcome to our third Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend.

At our 2015 weekend, world-famous harpist Deborah Henson-Conant joined us by live webcast from the States. This year, she will be with us in person! Deborah will lead two workshops and give our closing concert on the Sunday. We expect her events to be over-subscribed so please book early to avoid disappointment.

As well as DHC, we have another amazing array of talent. And there is something to suit all ages - children and adults; all grades - from complete starters to professional harpists; and all styles - from classical to jazz and traditional music.

Our Saturday evening concert this year will again feature two harpists: Gabriella Dall’Olio, Head of Harp at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Drama, will perform some of her favourite works for the harp with a little Welsh flavour. Our second half will feature the Tara Minton Trio in what promises to be an exciting finale to the day. If you haven’t heard these two outstanding harpists before, don’t miss this concert. You are in for a real treat!

Deborah Henson-Conant, Shelley Fairplay, Ben Creighton Griffiths, Tara Minton and Eleanor Turner will be leading a wide range of workshops, with opportunities for solo and ensemble playing. Gabriella Dall’Olio will give a masterclass for Grade 7+ students; this is free, but places for those wishing to perform are strictly limited so contact me early if you would like to put your name down.

As ever, we are indebted to our friends from Camac France for their unstinting support. We extend a warm welcome to Jakez François, Helen Leitner and Enric de Anciola. Once again, this year, we are able to offer owners of Camac harps free harp regulations by Camac’s own technician; but places are limited so please book early (the first 10 slots are reserved for those booking a weekend/day ticket).

Click the headings below to see full details. Please book using the web booking form.

We hope you enjoy the weekend and look forward to welcoming you in person.

Best wishes,
Elen Vining

 

Concerts

Telynau Vining Harps are proud to present:

 

Saturday, 4 March 2017 at 7.00pm
 
Gabriella Dall'OlioGabriella Dall’Olio
From Bologna to Cardiff, via London, with Love! Favourite works for the harp with a little Welsh flavour. Music by Rossini, Parish Alvars, John Thomas, Hindemith, Marson and others. Works inspired by Italian themes and persons, or written by friends!
 

Tara Minton TrioTara Minton Trio
Tara Minton is joined by Ed Babar (double bass) and Tom Early (drums) to perform their latest studio album “The Tides of Love“ in a rare stripped back concert. The album will be performed from start to finish with Tara telling the stories that inspired each of the songs. The trio will explore the themes of love, loss and strength, all wrapped up in the ever present rhythm of the tides.

“Tara is one of the leading contemporary harpists in Europe“
Roslin Russell, Artistic Director of the Cambridge Jazz Festival

 

Tickets: £12
(£8 for senior citizens, students and children under 16)

Book on-line or by telephone on 029 2062 0900.

 
Sunday, 5 March 2017 at 5.00pm
 
Deborah Henson-ConantDeborah Henson-Conant
Deborah Henson-Conant is a GRAMMY®-Nominated composer, performer, singer, songwriter, storyteller and the legendary “DHC” behind the “DHC” electric harp from CAMAC Harps. She’s performed throughout the world, opened for Ray Charles at Tanglewood, toured as a rock harpist with guitarist Steve Vai and debuted her own original concertos with orchestras like the Boston Pops and the Pittsburgh Symphony. She’s the harpist your parents never warned you about - the world’s premiere electric harpist - and she straps on her harp, uses a looper pedal to create rhythmic soundscapes - then sings and plays music from Blues to Flamenco, telling stories from her life and travels. (Website: HipHarp.com)
 

Tickets: £12
(£8 for senior citizens, students and children under 16)

Book on-line or by telephone on 029 2062 0900.

 

The tutors

 
Gabriella Dall’Olio
 
Gabriella Dall’OlioGabriella Dall’Olio has inspired audiences with solo recitals and chamber music concerts throughout the world and has gained considerable international recognition and prizes. She has two highly-acclaimed solo CDs to her name on the Claves label as well as concertos, duos and chamber ensemble CD recordings. McMillan chamber CD was no.1 in the classical charts in the UK last year, and her Solo Recital on Claves won the critics’ prize and 5 Diapason when released and hailed as ’75 minutes of poetry.’ Gabriella commissions and premieres new works and collaborates with leading composers. She recently recorded Tafreshipour’s Concerto for harp and orchestra with the English Chamber Orchestra, which will be released later this year on Naxos. Gabriella collaborates regularly with some of the world’s finest orchestras and conductors, such as the Chamber Orchestra of Europe, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Opera House and the Berliner and Wiener Philharmonikern, under the batons of Jannsens, Mazel, Gergiev, Sir Colin Davis, Harnoncourt, Abbado, etc. Gabriella is a passionate and committed teacher and is Head of Harp Studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Drama, where she trains young generations of musicians for a demanding and rewarding profession. Gabriella studied harp in Italy, Germany and France with Pierre Jamet, Jacqueline Borot, Fabrice Pierre, Anna Loro and Giselle Herbert.
 
Shelley Fairplay
 
Shelley FairplayShelley Fairplay is a performer and teacher with over 15 years’ experience teaching harp, harp ensembles and workshops for all ages. Her concert series The Three Strands: Passion, Sorrow and Joy was premiered in the UK in 2014, and her CD of the same name was released in 2015. Shelley’s latest concert series HarpOSphere features her own original works along with her arrangements of popular, classic and traditional tunes. Her concerts include traditional playing alongside performances on electric harp with effects pedals including the popular looper. She has performed throughout the UK, and appeared in Europe and the USA as a soloist and alongside internationally renowned harpists including electric jazz harpist Deborah Henson-Conant. Her Dynamic Harps ensemble features both an adult and children’s group, filled with harpists who enjoy learning and performing music from films, pop, shows, classical, jazz and Celtic genres. 2016 saw the launch of her brand new online harp courses for beginner harpists, START HARP. The three courses total 36 weeks of tuition on technique, note reading, improvisation and playing by ear taught via teaching videos, play-a-longs, sheet music, live online Q&A’s and video homework submissions from students. The courses have (so far!) taught harpists in the UK, mainland Europe and across the pond in Canada and the USA.
 
ben Creighton Griffiths
 
Ben Creighton GriffithsBen Creighton Griffiths is an internationally performing harpist based in Cardiff. Although classically trained, Ben is in increasing demand for his electro-acoustic jazz harp work, covering many different genres and extensively using electronics to create unique performances. Ben’s engagements include performances in Brazil, Canada, the Caribbean, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Hungary, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain. Closer to home, Ben has performed as a soloist at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival, Wales International Harp Festival, Summer Harp Festival, Monmouth Festival, Ludlow Festival, Trinity Harp Festival, Derbyshire Harp Festival, Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend, East Anglia Harp Festival, Wall2Wall Jazz Festival, Cambridge Jazz Festival, Harp on Wight, Glasbury Arts Harp Summer School and the Vale Jazz Festival. Performances this year will include the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong, New Orleans Jazz & Pop Harp Weekend, and performances and tuition across Tennessee, USA. Ben releases his third studio album (1 Man Band) in February 2017 and will perform and record with Adrien Chevalier and Tatiana Eva Marie, members of Avalon Jazz Band from New York City. www.bjcg.co.uk
 
Deborah Henson-Conant
 
Deborah Henson-ConantDeborah Henson-Conant, known as ‘DHC’, is a Grammy-nominated electric harp virtuoso with a wicked sense of humour, a gutsy set of vocal chords and a theatrical flair. Her decades-long career as composer, performer and creative coach, is one of constant invention and reinvention and collaboration with symphonies, innovators and theatres to create new works and a new instrument, the ‘DHC’ electric body harp developed in collaboration with Camac Harps.

A fiercely independent innovator, DHC has created her own path, composing musical theatre since the age of 12, learning classical harp in her early 20’s, becoming the world’s pre-eminent jazz harpist in her 30’s, composing and premiering alternative harp concertos in her 40’s, touring with a rock band in her 50’s – and finally synthesizing virtuosity, improvisation and story into her own genre of impassioned original solo musical theatre. She is founder and creator of ‘Hip Harp Academy’ – an international online academy with a full-year curriculum in improvisation and creative repertoire development – and of ‘Harness Your Muse’, her group mentorship program for creative and career development. Learn more, including videos, audio, photos and blog at HipHarp.com

 
Tara Minton
 
Tara Minton is a jazz harpist, vocalist and songwriter from Melbourne, Australia. She relocated to London in 2011 and has since carved out a career as one of the most innovative harpists in contemporary music. At home in the UK Tara has played concerts at Ronnie Scott’s Upstairs, The Pizza Express Dean St, The Pheasantry, Brasserie Zédel, The Hidden Rooms, the Cambridge Jazz Festival and the London Eye! Tara’s love for adventure lends itself to a life on the road and she tours regularly with her band, performing and conducting workshops in jazz harp and improvisation. So far, Tara has played shows in Ireland, Poland, Lithuania, Switzerland, France, Italy and Australia. Her debut UK album, The Tides of Love is out now and available to buy on her website: www.taraminton.com Tara is proudly endorsed by Camac Harps.
 
…and with Tara in the Tara Minton Trio:
 

The Tara Minton TrioEd Babar  is highly in demand as a double bassist and bass guitarist, regularly touring the UK and Europe with a variety of projects. He has worked as a session musician on classical, jazz, folk and world music projects, as well as hosting a jazz night in Battersea and running music for the prestigious Annabel’s chain of clubs. Ed and Tara have worked together for over three years and he has become an integral part of her original sound. You can find out more at www.edbabar.co.uk

 

Tom Early is a freelance drummer and percussionist working on the UK jazz and show circuit. He is in demand as a versatile and hugely accomplished player. Tom owns and runs The Ashtead Jazz Club and The Lantern Jazz Club, two clubs showcasing musicians, vocalists and composers from around the world. Among many projects, Tom features in The Tim Boniface Band and The Tara Minton Quartet. You can find out more about these projects at www.tomearly.com

 
Eleanor Turner
 
Eleanor TurnerEleanor’s musical career began when, aged 15, she made her London concerto debut conducted by Daniel Harding, whilst studying with Daphne Boden at the Royal College of Music Junior Department. Later she studied with Alison Nicholls, winning awards including First Prize at the 2007 European Harp Competition and Second Prize in the 2011 Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition in Amsterdam (for contemporary music). Thanks to Camac Harps teaming Eleanor up with Deborah Henson-Conant for a creative project in Caernarfon, April 2010, Eleanor not only got the taste for electro-acoustic performing but also started a dynamic new phase in her career. An increase in confidence and freedom led to Eleanor’s Wild Bird show, as well as performances in New Orleans (with the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra) and Sydney (at the World Harp Congress) under the baton of Deborah Henson-Conant herself! Eleanor loves to teach and share her experience with her students at Birmingham Conservatoire. She blends spoken word and dance with the harp, as well as composing music for concert, radio and theatre. Eleanor’s current musical adventure - a collaboration with Balandino Di Donato: The Wood and The Water for electric harp, sound spatialisation and the Myo gesture-controlled armband - is, as its name suggests, perpetually evolving. What’s next? A theatre show for children, perhaps? Flamenco dancing with DHC? Suggestions on postcards or visit Eleanor at eleanorturner. biz and get involved!
 
Balandino Di Donato
 
Balandino Di DonatoBalandino began his academic studies at Conservatorio A.Casella in L’Aquila, Italy, where in 2013 he gained a BMus in Music Technology with a thesis on the use and software development for musical purposes. He has been working as a sound engineer for national and international productions across Europe and from 2007-2013, was involved as artistic and technical assistant at Centro Ricerche Musicali di Roma. He joined the Integra Lab at Birmingham Conservatoire to work on the development of a musician-minded application optimised for the process of experimentation, discovery, refinement and performance. After that, he completed a scholarship at Birmingham Conservatoire to realise his PhD research, leading him to develop a software to make the use of interactive technology easier, such as Myo Mapper (as used with Eleanor Turner). In 2015 he developed ‘Interactive Cube’ with funding from Music Bricks and in the same year, together with another researcher, formed Star Node, a group of musicians and researchers to work on musical performances and sound art installations.
www.balandinodidonato.com

The classes

What's on offer?

     
Saturday, 4 March 2017 Time Grade
     
Ben Creighton Griffiths - Preparation for performance
Do you have a piece for a performance or exam coming up soon? Do you want an extra opinion about a favourite party piece? If so then bring it along to this class to go through with Ben and get some advice from his many years of performing experience! You can bring any piece of any genre (lever or pedal harp) for this informal session.
09.00 - 11.00 Grade 1-4
     

     
Shelley Fairplay - Arranging ‘Pop’ for harp (double workshop)
Do you like to play Pop songs? Come and learn key skills required to create your own harp arrangements using readily available PVG (Piano/Voice/Guitar) scores and recordings. What works best? How can you make the arrangement your own? Are there typical chord progressions and rhythms? What harp sounds and tricks can you use to create a Pop feel to your music? Can’t find the sheet music? We will take a look at how you can use recordings/YouTube to work out your favourite song. Come along and open the door to a whole world of Pop music on the harp!
09.00 - 11.00
and
11.15 - 13.15
Grade 4+
     

     
Eleanor Turner - Elements of harmony and rhythm
Suitable for those who can play competently with two hands and read music of approximately Grades 3-7 (pedal or lever), this class will use short excerpts from Eleanor’s own jaunty Two Breton Girls by the Sea and jazzy Ice Cream Days to explore the basics of texture: counterpoint, call and response, melody and accompaniment and ‘10 ways to play a chord’. We will also challenge our rhythmic senses with Eleanor’s ‘in 5’ and have fun ‘John Thomas-ifying’ the chorus from Chandelier by Sia!
09.00 - 11.00 Grade 3-7
     

     
Deborah Henson-Conant - Left hand liberation
Learn Deborah’s favourite use-anywhere left-hand pattern and how you can adapt it to create rhythms (like Tango and Waltz), use as an open chord for meditative playing and use to accom-pany singers or instruments.
11.15 - 13.15 Grade 2+
     

     
Eleanor Turner and Balandino Di Donato - Harp CI
An electronic music workshop with Eleanor Turner and Balandino Di Donato, who will welcome you to a fun, interactive and absolutely not terrifying musical session, which happens to use clever technology and the brilliant Camac electric harp. Workshop participants will learn how to make audio effects without prior knowledge of electronic music, electric harps, software or hardware. These workshops are for YOU - the creative musician who loves the harp and the act of musical expression. Balandino will do all the hard work so that we can have the weird but beautiful expe-rience of becoming at one with harp and technology combined, hence Harp CI: ‘Human - Harp - Computer - Interaction’! See our website for further details of this exciting workshop.

11.15 - 13.15
(junior)


14.00 - 16.00
(senior)

Junior
up to age 13


Senior
age 14+

     

     
Ben Creighton Griffiths - Hands on harps (for complete beginners)
Have you always wanted to try the harp? Then this is the class for you! Join Ben for a session of harping, where you’ll learn about the strings, levers and hand position, as well as performing together at the end of the session. No previous experience required and we’ll provide the harp, so there’s no excuse not to join in the fun!
14.00 - 16.00 No previous experience
required
     

     
Jakez François - Meet the maker
Meet Jakez François, Camac’s President, and find out what goes into the making of Camac’s range of harps. Prepare to be amazed by the combination of traditional hand craft skills, diverse mate-rials and modern technology. This is your chance to ask questions about what makes a great harp!
14.00 - 15.00 All welcome
     

     
Deborah Henson-Conant - The ultimate ‘DHC’ pluck off!
Once upon a time Deborah Henson-Conant dreamed of a completely new kind of harp that she could strap on with a harness and play like a rock star, electrify her symphony performances and travel the world easily with her instrument. Now YOU can try on that very harp, the Camac ‘DHC’ signature model - and get tips from DHC herself on how to make YOUR dreams come true with it: how to play it, wear it, travel with it, use the stand, dress it up and make it your own. If you already own a Camac ‘DHC’ harp, bring it with you, take a photo with your harp’s namesake and even ask her to sign it for you. Whether you already own a ‘DHC’ or not, come give it a test drive and ask the woman who first dreamed it anything you want.
16.15 - 18.15 Grade 2+
     
Sunday, 5 March 2017 Time Grade
     
Tara Minton Trio - Jazz harp in ensemble - grooving, comping, soloing
A two-part workshop. First, participants will work with Tara exploring a jazz standard, covering some useful chord voicings, some simple yet effective comping patterns and some nifty scales and ideas for building a solo. In the second half bassist Ed Babar and drummer Tom Early will join the group, giving participants a chance to work with a live rhythm section and try out their new skills.
09.00 - 11.00 Grade 5+
     

     
Shelley Fairplay - Start harp (for complete beginners)
Never touched a harp? In this class you will experience a short introduction to the harp using materials from Shelley’s new 36-week online learning course START HARP, and will be allocated a Celtic harp to use during the session. Shelley will guide you through the first stages of learning the harp: how to sit, basic harp technique and of course how to create beautiful sounds! By the end of the session you will have learnt how to find all the notes on your harp, played an accompaniment with Shelley and also be able to play a tune on your own! No guarantees, but we should also warn you that you may well totally fall for this incredible instrument and awaken your inner harpist! Participants will be given free access to week one of Shelley’s online START HARP Level 1 course.
09.00 - 11.00 No previous experience
required
     

     
Gabriella Dall’Olio - Masterclass
What is written in the text....is it music? A possibly different approach to the score and how to bring it alive for performance. Looking at style and individual interpretation. How to combine respect of the text with putting your own stamp on a piece.
09.00 - 11.00 Grade 7+
     

     
Shelley Fairplay - Dynamic Harps meets World Harp Ensemble (double workshop)
In this workshop Shelley Fairplay, founder and tutor of Dynamic Harps ensembles in Cardiff, will teach you contrasting pieces to learn and play together. Not only will you work on your ensemble skills in this two-part workshop, but you will also get to play ‘World Harp Ensemble’ style with Deborah Henson-Conant. In July this year Deborah will lead the premier of her World Harp Ensemble Anthem at the World Harp Congress in Hong Kong. Want to try it closer to home? Attend this ensemble workshop in Cardiff and you’ll not only have the unique opportunity to learn the piece, but you’ll get to perform it as a preview alongside DHC at her concert at the Cardiff Camac Harp Weekend. This is a unique and exciting opportunity not to be missed.
11.30 - 13.30
and
14.30 - 16.30
Grade 2+
     

     
Tara Minton - Harp in popular song
Take a peek into the back catalogue of some of the biggest artists in the last 50 years and look at how the harp has snuck into the soundscape of popular song. You’ll be surprised where it crops up! Participants will learn an ensemble arrangement of a modern tune, looking at different tricks and techniques to capture the essence of the song whilst still being original (useful for all those wedding gigs!) The ensemble will then break into smaller groups and create their own arrangements of a song of their choice with help from Tara. There will be a performance at the end for everyone to showcase their new arrangements!
11.30 - 13.30 Grade 3+
     

     
Eleanor Turner - Who’s afraid of contemporary notation?
We’ve all been there...it seemed like a great idea to learn that exotic-sounding piece of new music; the sheet music arrives and we discover multitudes of horrors. There are no barlines, half of the noteheads have been replaced by random-looking squiggles or, my personal nemesis, it has been written over three staves! Having specialised in contemporary music for many years, it would take a real live Medusa popping out from the pages to scare me now, so I can help YOU to slay your way through the snake-haired monsters. An insightful class to inspire and prepare you for fearless tackling of non-traditional notation.
11.30 - 13.30 Grade 6+
     

     
Eleanor Turner - Musical detectives
In a fun, thought-provoking session, Eleanor will help you decipher what exactly the composer wanted! Equipping you with basic know-how of styles, contexts and thinking like a composer, Eleanor will guide you through harpistic quandaries such as: When and how to spread chords? How dry is ‘sec’? Should I damp in every rest? How should I play that trill? In what ways can I make a repeat more interesting? How can I find the right fingering to suit me and the music? How to get to the heart of the music when the composer is dead? How to confidently interpret the music when the composer is alive!? Bring a perplexing passage of music with you, by all means!
14.30 - 16.30 Up to
Grade 6
     

Tickets

and general information

 

Booking tickets
Tickets for the events and the concerts may be booked using the on-line booking form (closing date 24/02/17).

Masterclass
The masterclass is an opportunity for Grade 7+ students to perform a piece (or part of a piece) in front of an audience and to have the benefit of constructive criticism and helpful advice from the tutor, Gabriella Dall’Olio. Each participant will have 20-30 minutes.
There is no charge for the masterclass, but places for those wishing to perform are limited
.
Please apply early by telephoning Elen on 029 2062 0900. Entry to the masterclass for audience members is also free.

Camac harp regulations
A Camac harp technician will be available on both days for regulating Camac lever and pedal harps (not other makes). This is a free service, but replacement strings and levers will be charged for.
Please note that places are strictly limited and must be booked in advance. The first 10 spaces are reserved for those booking a weekend/day ticket. Please book early to avoid disappointment by telephoning Elen on 029 2062 0900.

Hands on harp for beginners
The hands on harp courses are designed for those who have never played a harp before and would like to try. They are suitable for children and adults of all ages. We will provide a harp for all participants on these introductory courses.

Availability of harps
Please bring your own harp, stool and stand if you are participating in a workshop (except for the hands on harp courses where a harp will be provided). If this is not possible, please contact us in advance as we will have a small number of harps available for loan on the day.

Information for parents/guardians
Parents/guardians of a child joining a class will be required to complete a form at registration with contact details in the event of illness, etc.

Venue
The venue is the Cardiff School of Management which is part of the Cardiff Metropolitan University campus on Western Avenue, Cardiff CF5 2YB.
There is easy access direct from Western Avenue and you can unload your harp close to the venue.

Car parking
Car parking is available on the campus at a charge of £0.50 per day. Please make sure that you pay and display as soon as you arrive.

Refreshments
A café will be open until 14.30 both days. Coffee, tea, etc are also available from vending machines.

Enquiries
All enquiries, please, to Elen Vining at Camac Harps Telynau Vining Wales|Cymru

The programme

 
Saturday, 4 March 2017
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
08.30 - 09.00
Registration
       
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
09.00 - 11.00 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Ben Creighton
Griffiths

Preparation for performance

Grade 1-4

Shelley Fairplay

Arranging ‘Pop’
for harp

Grade 4+
Double workshop
Eleanor Turner

Elements of harmony
and rhythm

Grade 3-7
Camac harp
technician
11.00 -11.15  
Morning break
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
11.15 - 13.15 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Deborah Henson-Conant

Left hand liberation

Grade 2+
Shelley Fairplay

Arranging ‘Pop’ for harp

Grade 4+
Eleanor Turner and Balandino Di Donato

Harp CI

Up to age 13
Camac harp
technician
13.15 - 14.00  
Lunch break
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
14.00 - 16.00 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Ben Creighton
Griffiths


Hands on harps

Complete beginners
Jakez François


Meet the maker

Everyone welcome
Eleanor Turner and Balandino Di Donato

Harp CI

Age 14+
Camac harp
technician
16.00 -16.15  
Afternoon break
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
16.15 - 18.15 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Deborah Henson-Conant

The ultimate ‘DHC’ pluck off!

Grade 2+
    Camac harp
technician
18.15 -19.00
Pre-concert reception: bar available
19.00 - 21.00
Concert:
• Gabriella Dall’Olio
• Tara Minton Trio
           
Sunday, 5 March 2017
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
08.30 - 09.00
Registration
       
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
09.00 - 11.00 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Tara Minton Trio

Jazz harp in
ensemble

Grade 5+
Shelley Fairplay

Start harp


Complete beginners
Gabriella Dall’Olio

Masterclass


Grade 7+
Camac harp
technician
11.00 -11.30  
Morning break
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
11.30 - 13.30 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Shelley Fairplay

Dynamic Harps meets
World Harp Ensemble

Grade 2-5
Double workshop
Tara Minton

Harp in popular
song


Grade 3+
Eleanor Turner

Who’s afraid of
contemporary
notation?

Grade 6+
Camac harp
technician
13.30 - 14.30  
Lunch break
  Foyer Room 1 Room 2 Room 3 Room 4
14.30 - 16.30 Harp exhibition

• Harp sales
• Harp rentals
• Music
• Accessories
Shelley Fairplay

Dynamic Harps meets
World Harp Ensemble

Grade 2-5
Double workshop
  Eleanor Turner

Musical detectives


Under 13s/
up to Grade 6
Camac harp
technician
17.00 -18.00
Closing Concert
Deborah Henson-Conant
18.30
Festival Ends
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