Fredonia Harp Day

Fredonia Harp Day

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Sunday, April 28, 2024

Registration Deadline: April 1, 2024

Registration Fee: $30
includes lunch & Harp Day t-shirt


  • $14 extra lunches are available (for non-participating companions)
  • vegetarian options will be available

Register early & have more time to practice!

Join us for Fredonia Harp Day, specifically designed for harpists of all ages and all levels. This
no-stress day includes harp ensemble rehearsals & a performance, a special guest recital to inspire you, lunch (included), a t-shirt, and the opportunity to meet and mingle with other
harpists! Play as many or as few of the pieces as you like … Harp ensemble repertoire will be
sent when registration is received – so the earlier you register, the more time you will have to

About Fredonia Harp Day

  • All ages and all levels welcome
  • No-stress and informal
  • Harp ensemble rehearsals and performance
  • Play as many or as few of the pieces as you like
  • Original Harp-Art Gallery with prizes
  • Special guest recital to inspire you!
  • Make new harp friends

Hosted by Fredonia harp professor, Sonja Inglefield, all events will take place at the Fredonia School of Music. Mason Hall is a harp-friendly building with plenty of handicap access. Music stands and chairs are provided. If you prefer to use a bench, please bring one along with your harp, music, and a tuning key. Display your original harp-art in our gallery for a chance to win a prize! 

Tentative Schedule

9:00am – check-in
9:30am – welcome and tuning
10:00am – ensemble rehearsal
11:30pm – lunch at Cranston Marché (included with registration); change into Harp Day t-shirt
*1:00pm – Special Guest Recital
Made possible by the Western New York chapter of the American Harp Society, Inc.
2:00pm – ensemble rehearsal and group photo
3:30pm – retune the harps for the finale
*4:00pm – grand finale ensemble performance and harp-art prizes

(Events marked with a * are free for members of the general public to join the audience.)

Questions? Contact Sonja Inglefield


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