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Lani Krantz

Harpist & Teacher

Fall 2020 Harp Lessons

Fall 2020 Harp Lessons

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Fall 2020 Lesson Schedule

Posted by lanikrantz on August 2, 2020 at 12:20 AM Comments comments ()

This Fall I will be offering Zoom Lessons online, In-Person at the VSO School of Music or a blend of the two (recommended).

1. Zoom Lessons

Monday evenings 4:30-8:30 and Saturday mornings 8-10

*may be able to fill in other times if neither of those suit you.

Email me with your preferred time and date.

 

2. In-Person at the VSO School

Tuesday evenings 4:00- close

Wednesdays evenings 4:00-close

*This may change as it depends on availability and how many students want to study there.

Email me and Hannah [email protected]soschoolofmusic.ca with your preferred time/date

 

3. Zoom and In-Person through the VSO School

If you would like to register for a mix of Zoom with the occasional in-person lesson you will want to book through the VSO School and we can talk about a schedule for that.

 

Email me and Hannah [email protected] with your preferred time/date

What Does it Take to Become a Harpist?

Posted by lanikrantz on August 2, 2020 at 12:05 AM Comments comments ()

H – Happiness. Playing the harp should make you happy! Enjoy each success.

A – Awareness. Be aware of your learning style, your strengths and your weaknesses.You must also be aware of your shape, size, muscles, tendons, posture and how everything works together to create good technique.

R- Rhythm. Rhythm can sometimes be lost when playing the harp among all the beautiful sonorities. Having a strong sense of rhythm will create more musical playing.Choosing the right fingerings can make a big difference in the rhythmical aspects of your music.

P – Practice. Practice makes permanent. Long, repetitive or unfocused practice can lead not only to injuries, but can also lead to mistakes that become permanent. Focus on practicing 'smart' not practicing 'long'.

I – Interest. You should always be progressing and adding new techniques learned to your music but playing the music that interests you. Get advice on how to choose or arrange pieces, or have your teacher choose for you but be sure it’s music you enjoy!

S – Sound. Don’t let your instrument win! Learn to control the harp so that the strings respond as you would like them to. Understanding musical principals and understanding how the harp works will help bring musicality to your performances.

T – Technique. Technique is fun! Whether doing technical exercises or learning technique through sections of your pieces you should focus on: relaxation, your hand and arm shape and applying your new technique in different pieces. Feel successful, not frustrated!


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