Practice for the Finish Course
Practice for the Finish
Your 12 Week Path to
Performance-Ready Harp Mastery
“Oh you play the harp?!” “Play something for me!”
If someone asked you to share your love of the harp,
would you be able to?
If you’re like most harpists, the answer is “no!” And the reason is that you’re not practicing correctly (at least I think so).
Practicing to actually play a piece is very different from the usual sort of practice that most of us do most of the time.
For instance, you may learn a passage or multiple passages designed to help you with accuracy, speed, tone, or dynamics—working hours on hours with a metronome dialing down runs of notes so you have the technical proficiency you need to perform a song someday.
But do you ever put all of the pieces together?
Most harpists never do. 7 out of 10 players I talk too—and these are even experienced harpists—don’t have a piece ready to perform at a moment’s notice. If you don’t have a piece ready, you’re missing out on one of the best parts of playing the harp!
What I’d like to do is show you a different way to practice—using my 5-areas of focus Kaleidoscope Practice Technique to learn a performance ready harp piece from start to finish.
Learning to play a piece as you learn the harp will bring a new excitement into your practice sessions.
You’ll have a purpose, you’ll get through difficult to learn sections, and along the way, you’ll get the personalized feedback you need to really improve as a player.
But the real point of the course is for you to learn my 3 step PEAC system that will become your rinse-and-repeat success path for every piece you undertake.
You've watched videos about it. You've read about it.
It's time to take action. Ready...set...GO!
Ps. Check for the payment options at the right for single pay or 3-pay. I don't want anything to stand in your way!
Harpist Anne Sullivan began her concert career at age twelve when she appeared twice as soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra. She is known nationally as a recitalist and chamber musician, performing regularly with SPARX flute and harp duo, Duo Parisienne violin and harp duo, and the Easterly Chamber Players. She is harp instructor at the University of Delaware, and she is founder and director of Harp in the Mountains Summer Festival. Ms. Sullivan has released two solo CDs as well as four chamber music recordings. She enjoys helping harpists worldwide through her online membership program at Harpmastery.com, which currently has over 75 students enrolled from around the world.