Sybil, thank you for making a difference. We admire, adore and treasure you. Your devotion to the arts, educating and promoting creativity in the community is inspiring. See you at next year’s annual family BBQ.
It’s hard to believe for two magical year’s I’ve shared this space with other artists.
Your business understands how diversity can unlock growth and innovation for inclusion and belonging. With your vision, we can bring hope and inspiration to many more people with a variety of exciting workshops.
The more we innovate, the more we can inspire and allow others to do the same.
“Each one of us can make a difference. Together we make change!” ~ Barbara Mikulski
Excited to share the Fall line up of harp workshops.
Fri Sept 22 – Introduction to Harp
Fri Oct 20 – Introduction to Harp
Fri Oct 27 – HARP CIRCLE
Fri Nov 17 – Introduction to Harp
Fri Dec 8 – HARP CIRCLE
Introduction to Harp – Cost: $45/per
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to play the harp? Would you like to experience something NEW? Learn to play the harp for comfort, healing, and relaxation. No prior music training necessary. Learn the basics and play on your very own harp.
Harp Circle – Cost: $35/per
Join in for a different harp experience! Harp circles start with a set of 6 small rainbow harps used in a group. Our goal is to bring people together for creative music making, socializing, and adding to their harpers’ journey. This workshop experience is perfect for your mental health and to de-stress from the daily grind and relax with the soothing sounds and vibrations you create on your own rainbow harp.
All workshops are delivered in a safe and positive environment reflecting the different needs of the group and individuals.
How wonderful to be invited to do a workshop for the Harriet Tubman Institute For Research On It’s African Diasporas. The actual workshop took place in the Archives of Ontario building, York University.
The theme for the presentation was the harp and it’s connection with the stringed instruments of Africa. I can honestly say the students enjoyed learning about the harps history and playing them too.
Thank you to the Directors of the Harriet Tubman Institute for the invitation and Mr. Winston LaRose for making the introduction. Special thanks to Robert and Travis, students of the program, for helping me carrying the harps around the building.