Harp Course with Alison Kinnaird at Blackhills Estate, Mon 17th July - Fri 21st July 2017 June 29 2017
Alison Kinnaird will again be teaching this very popular course, which takes place on the beautiful Blackhills Estate near Elgin in Morayshire. Early booking is recommended as the course is limited to fifteen participants.
The atmosphere is always relaxed and friendly and the five day course provides an opportunity to learn in depth. The teaching is all aural - no need to read music - but is aimed at those with some experience of playing the harp, and is therefore not suitable for total beginners.
The £250 course fee includes all tuition and meals, and the early finish time each day allows opportunities to socialise, relax, play music together and explore the estate gardens. Limited accomodation and harp hire is available on a first-come first-served basis.
Alison Kinnaird has been at the forefront of the revival, and continuing success, of the Scottish harp. She plays both gut-strung Scottish harp and wire-strung clarsach, and is recognised as an authority on both the instrument and its history.
Book or find out more from organiser Steph Christie by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01343 842 223
The Blackhills webpage will be updated with details of the 2017 course soon, and can be found here: www.blackhills.co.uk/harp-courses