Early-intermediate onwards: The workshop is suited to those comfortably playing early-intermediate harp pieces. If you’ve done the first workshop or just mastered coordinating singing and playing with very basic patterns, this is the next step.

*Note: this workshop is one step up from the basics. So, if you’re already creating your own intros and outros, using different accompaniment patterns and adding variation between verses, you may want to wait for a more advanced workshop.

All Harps are welcome!

None required.

A Zoom workshop led by harp teacher, Christy-Lyn. Attend the workshop live or learn from the video replay.

The replay will be available a day after the event, and it’s yours to keep. All non-copyrighted resources will be available for download.

Harp and Singing Workshop: Next Steps

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Level up your Harp and Singing with Christy-Lyn’s follow up workshop!

Now that you have the basics down, it’s time to strengthen your learning and add variety to your accompaniment patterns.

During the workshop, Christy-Lyn helps you add variation between verses and apply different accompaniment patterns to different time signatures. She also shows you how to create an intro and ending to your songs.

The replay is available and would be yours to keep. You can watch and learn at your own pace, as many times and whenever you wish.

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  1. 2 out of 2 people found this helpful
    Jasmin Becker

    Great workshop, enjoyed it!

    Jasmin Becker (verified owner)

    If you’ve already taken part in the first Harp and Singing Workshop, then you don’t want to miss out on the second on, where you get to know even more ideas to bring more variety into your harp accompaniment. I enjoyed it a lot and can’t wait for the next one!

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