Guest Tutors

One of Shelley’s aims with Dynamic Harps is to create the opportunity for members to access tuition from a variety of harpists. Studying and being inspired by a variety of harpists really is key to becoming a well rounded musician. So since 2104 Dynamic Harps have been very excited to have worked with guest tutors, below you can see some of the wonderful and inspiring harpists we have worked with over the past years. This page was written by Alys, Student Dynamic Harps Member (July 2016)

Robin Huw BowenRobin Huw Bowen:

Robin Huw Bowen is a professional welsh harpist who specializes in the triple harp. We did a workshop with Robin, where we learnt about the triple harp and welsh folk music. We have also invited Robin Huw Bowen to play with us in concerts, where we played different folk tunes. Our favourite has got to be Y Polca Cymreig (The Welsh Polka)! To visit his website, click here

Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 12.09.40Deborah Henson-Conant

Deborah Henson-Conant is an American harpist who specializes in playing electric harps. We did a workshop with Deborah as part of the Camac Harp Weekend, where we learnt about arranging music for the harp, and the students wh0 went to France had the exciting opportunity of rehearsing some of Deborah’s pieces with her, and then playing alongside her in a concert. To visit her website, click here

Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 12.12.58Ben Creighton Griffiths 

Ben Creighton Griffiths is a professional jazz harpist. During our workshop with Ben, we learnt about the 12 bar blues, and how to play them on a harp. We also learnt some new pieces to play as an ensemble. To visit his website, click here 

Screen Shot 2016-07-22 at 12.34.45Meinir Heulyn

Meinir Heulyn is a professional welsh harpist, who came to work with the adult ensemble, where they learnt some traditional welsh tunes. She has also given lectures at different harp weekends about what to wear when playing, with special reference to her life as a harpist. To visit her website click here




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