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  • 18 Jun 2015 4:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    As many of you know World Harp Congress 2017 is in Hong Kong, it should be a wonderful experience for those lucky enough to  be able to attend.

    Planning is already starting for the 2020 WHC and bids are going in as to where it will be hosted and this is influenced by voting (which you are invited to do) but you need to sign your support of location by 20th of July.   

    Here is a website for the first bid I know of, please feel free to add others by commenting on the post:  https://whcukglasgow.wordpress.com/whc-summary/

    I believe Berlin may also be bidding but have not found a link to the bid yet.

    Thanks to Anna Dunwoodie for the above information on the bidding.

  • 20 May 2015 9:01 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    "La Fête de la Musique is a lively music festival held every June 21st in more than a hundred countries and over 460 cities around the world; so now also known as International Music Day."

    Some of our local Alliance Française organizations are looking for artists (amatuer and professional) to get out and play!  Although you by no means need to go through them, to get out and about.

    Here are a couple of links to follow based on geographic area, if I didn't cover your area please feel free to add a news item with the information!

    Auckland:

    http://www.alliance-francaise.co.nz/culture/call-for-artists/

    Hamilton: 

    Read More at: http://www.afhamilton.org.nz/Home/News-and-Upcoming-Events/fetedelamusique21june2015promoflyer-printitoutandpinituppleasedownloadattachedfile 

    From what I can see Wellington and Christchurch are taking a different approach, but perhaps someone knows an organization coordinating something?  Add a comment if you do!



  • 19 May 2015 9:27 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Something for our triple strung members.  Robin Ward (a previous member of the New Zealand Harp Society) is featured on Harp Tuesday by Josh Layne!  For more see  https://youtu.be/tpKlfMbGxXw

  • 10 May 2015 11:10 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    There is a lot of the website that is for members only!  

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    • Electronic Journal Archive (you can download and read or print journals),
    •  A start on pages regarding  Performing in New Zealand, 
    • A list of Regional Gatherings and who to contact, 
    • Sheet Music, 
    • and a new Tips and Techniques forum

    You can sign up to be notified of any new activity on any forum (public, members only, tips and techniques) by clicking "subscribe".



  • 23 Apr 2015 7:58 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    "Dear harpists, colleagues and members of International harp-associations,

    finally really ready we would like to present to you:

    www.composingforharp.com, the new website for harpists and composers!

    This new source includes a method for composers in 9 videos about harptechnique and -writing, a library, still grwoing, with a hughe number of pieces written for harp from the last decennia, colums from well-known harpists and composers and the possibility to connect and ask questions via our Facebook forum and contact.

    Over the last three years we have been working hard on this website, in order to create a better understanding between composers and harpists.

    We would like to introduce the site to all of you worldwide in the hope that this new source is beeing used and brings us many great new pieces, playful and playable scores!

    The videos are often seen already and we have almost 500 followers on Facebook, maybe you are one of them already! 

    If you like the site, please spread the word about it, like composinforharp on facebook or write us with questions and suggestions for more pieces and ideas!

    With kind regards from the Netherlands,

    Miriam Overlach and Sabien Canton,

    Harpists"


  • 26 Mar 2015 9:31 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Chamber Music New Zealand is encouraging amateur musicians from all over New Zealand to get together and play music.  Open stage is their version of an Open Mic Event:    http://www.chambermusic.co.nz/whats-on/open-stage

  • 17 Mar 2015 9:42 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    For those 25 and under who are composing: the NZSO TODD Corporation Young Composers Award applications close 4th of May. This is a wonderful opportunity for young composers to work with a highly skilled mentor and conductor before having their composition recorded by the NZSO. More information at http://www.nzso.co.nz/…/for-composers/young-composer-awards/

  • 13 Mar 2015 4:13 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Click Here to see a youtube video and read more about the Harp Flash Mob held during the 12th World Harp Congress in Sydney July 2014.  

  • 15 Jan 2015 9:09 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    For those harpists who are keen to start playing with their local harp orchestras, here are the contact details:

    Christchurch Harp Orchestra - Helen Webby

    Wellington Harp Orchestra - Michelle Velvin

    Auckland Harp orchestra - Anna Dunwoodie

    Also be sure to look at the upcoming events now and again!

  • 09 Dec 2014 2:09 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Our website will be getting a bit of an upgrade on the 11th-12th of December.   There may be a hiccup or two during this time, hopefully not, but just letting people know just in case.

    One of the new features will be a site "search" capability.  It will search only public pages, forums and news for non-members or those who have not logged in, and will search all (public and members only) pages, forums and news for those who have logged in.

    Also added will be the ability to log in using either facebook or google+.


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