- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
It is with great pleasure that I share the harp with you. I hope that you get as much pleasure in learning as I do in teaching you to play the harp. I recognize that everyone learns at his or her own individual speed. I am self taught and like to teach, what I wish I had learned in the beginning. It was my love of the harp that kept me striving to learn more. I hope your love is deep and keeps you inspired.
Firstly, I think this is a good time to remember that it is the journey that counts.
Through your private lessons and personal practice, you can expect to develop:
2. Hand positions
3. Finger patterns
4. Finger Exercises
5. Music Theory
6. Reading Music
8. Hearing the music
10. Story telling with the harp
11. Harp History
12. Music Composition
13. Music for Healing
I try to create an environment that is supportive of learning, and understanding. I feel that the love of the music and playing it is of utmost importance, and that the love combined with the discipline of study and practice are what make beautiful music. I ask you to be patient with your learning process, and enjoy your journey, after all, how wonderful that you get to play harp!
looking forward to helping you on you harp journey.
In Gratitude and Joy,
Teaching students interested in harp.
Here is a Review:
De Luna is the most caring, compassionate, and patient harp teacher I could've asked for. I have been playing the harp since I six years old, and when I was about ten I fell out of love with the harp. My teacher at the time had a very strict way of teaching that made me start to dread lessons or even practicing. I had given up when my mother recommended De Luna as a new teacher. I was skeptical that anything could change the way I felt, but after the very first lesson, I felt the love I had lost again. With De Luna's tutelage, I immediately remembered the joy playing the harp brings.
This is because De Luna is so much more than a harp teacher. She can easily teach you how to pluck strings, but she can also teach you about the patience one must have with oneself, the business side of being a musician, the beauty of all kinds of music and the power of that music. I felt limitless when I would go to her lessons. She would always encourage me to challenge myself with my music, and would work with me every step of the way. There are plenty of harp teachers out there, but none of them has helped so many of her students succeed in the way De Luna has been able to help hers. Orianna Kane