- Teaches students:
- Ages 5+ and special needs
- Teaching since:
- June 2007
Newly appointed summer faculty at Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp, Stephanie has been teaching harp students of all ages privately since 2007. Outside of her private studios in the Heights and Woodlands/Spring, she recently completed a year-long musucal residency at Monarch, a school for students with neurological disorders, and has taught at elementary and middle schools throughout HISD. She has been a Young Artist with Da Camera of Houston since September 2016, where she has had the opportunity to develop programming with organizations ranging from the Museum of Fine Arts Houston to the Texas Children’s Cancer and Hematology Center. Through Da Camera, she was also awarded a fellowship in May 2017 to develop a program at Meyerland Middle School that used music and visual art to combat bullying and facilitate classroom discussions.
Before moving to Houston, she coached non-major, college-aged students at the University of Illinois, taught music classes at the prestigious International Preschool in New York City, and developed a teaching and playing program for children with behavioral and communication disorders in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.
I perform at concert halls, museums, hospitals, and parks all across Houston in collaboration with art installations, community events, and fundraisers. Additionally, I teach classes for students of all ages, backgrounds, learning, and language levels at public private, and charter schools throughout the city. On a regular basis, I also give private harp demonstrations for pediatric cancer patients and their families.+ Read More
An intensive arts camp for high-school students serious about music, I spend 6 hours working privately with students majoring and minoring in harp, in addition to teaching a harp ensemble and mentoring them in the building blocks of music theory.
I have developed chamber programs and demonstrations to groups of 6-8 students with diagnosed behavioral and communication disorders, giving them opportunities to play and learn about both the harp and classical music.
I perform with small and large ensembles at venues all across Louisiana.
I taught music classes to students with neurological disorders, ages 4-14, and facilitated the development and production of musicals for advanced students. With young students, I built musical games and developed activities based on their individual needs.+ Read More
I performed at Strathmore, the U.S. Naval Academy, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, and the National Presbyterian, and other venues throughout Maryland and Washington D.C. with the 70-piece Annapolis Symphony.
I taught regular classes in rhythm, movement, and music to kids ages 2-6.
The World Harp Congress vision is promote the performing arts with special emphasis on harp composition, education, appreciation and performance.
Sponsor an international harp congress with exhibits every three years.
Encourage young harpists; in particular through the Focus on Youth concerts at each congress.
Establish international communication by publishing the World Harp Congress Review twice a year with a network of correspondents throughout the world.
Ensure support of the harp through the World Harp Congress Phia Berghout Endowment Fund.
Provide opportunities to promote the harp and support harpists of all levels throughout the world for better mutual understanding, support and friendship.
The American Harp Society (AHS) is a non-profit organization whose mission is "to promote and foster the appreciation of the harp as a musical instrument, to encourage the composition of music for the harp and to improve the quality of performance of harpists.+ Read More