About Amy

 

 

Playing the harp is my passion!

 

I was surrounded by music at a very early age
I thank my parents who played classical records,
and who enrolled me in my first piano lesson at seven. 

 

 

Classically trained in both piano and violin,
I continued these studies at Oberlin College in Ohio;
I also began my own study of classical guitar,
renaissance lute, baroque recorder,
and, of course, the harp.

 

 

When I first heard the Celtic harp
it was love at first sight and sound.

 

 

The music of the harp is simply ethereal and enchanting, transporting us to another world. 

 

 

I love sharing my passion for the harp with audiences throughout San Diego —
from school programs, weddings, and holiday celebrations,
to service organizations and arts festivals.

 

  

Concerts and corporate events:

 

Concerts — at San Diego libraries,
the San Diego Museum of Art,
The Scripps Green Hospital music series,
Renaissance Fairs, and the Del Mar Fair.

 

 

Corporate events — Palomar Pomerado
Health Consortium,
UC San Diego, the San Diego Water Color Society,
the Museum of Making Music,
and the Moore Cancer Center at UCSD.

 

 

Certified Therapeutic Harp Practitioner

and graduate of the International Harp Therapy Program,
utilizing the unique qualities of the harp
to promote health and well-being
from the bedside to corporate world.

 

 

Music, Medicine, and the Magic of the Harp 

a presentation about the amazing connections
between music and well-being,
and the healing resonance of the harp.

 

 

Recording Artist

My debut recording, Garden of Delights”, captures the beauty of the harp,
from Classical to Contemporary, and Irish to Israeli,
as well as my performances on piano, violin,
guitar, and recorder.
It is available for purchase on my Recordings page.