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The 2016 International Harp Festival will be held at the beautiful San Damiano Retreat Center in Northern California. We will bring together many of the harp community’s best clinicians and performers. Our mission is to educate and inspire you and to connect you to harpists from around the globe.

The festival will include One Day Intensive workshops as well as numerous 1 - 2 hour workshops. Topics include healing harp, Celtic and world music, liturgical harp, improvisation, and much more.

You will have time throughout the day to shop for harps, music, and accessories, and meet and mingle with other participants, the performers, and facilitators.

Every evening you will enjoy concerts featuring harpists performing The Blues, Straight Ahead Jazz, World Music, Folk and Classical repertoire.

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Friday, May 27 • 10:45am - 12:00pm
Meet the Modes LIMITED

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Do you love that medieval sound? Learn the basics of the four medieval modes (Protus, Deuterus, Tritus, and Tetradus): their melodic patterns, cadence structures, how to use modal consonance and dissonance, and the significance of Pythagorean tuning. Therapeutic harpists will find this workshop especially valuable.

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Cheryl Ann Fulton

Recognized worldwide as a leading pioneer in the field of historical harps, Cheryl Ann Fulton has had internationally successful performing, recording, teaching and scholarly research career since 1986. She is America’s premier performer of historical harps, and one of the few harpists in the world to play triple harp, medieval harp and contemporary lever harps. Her solo performance for the 2002 World Harp Congress in Geneva... Read More →

Friday May 27, 2016 10:45am - 12:00pm
  • Level All
  • Harp Required? Yes