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Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester

GUEST,NancAurelia 10 Mar 03 - 12:57 PM
Margaret V 10 Mar 03 - 10:17 PM
Helen 11 Mar 03 - 04:07 AM
Helen 11 Mar 03 - 10:42 PM
Helen 14 Mar 03 - 06:17 PM
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Subject: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: GUEST,NancAurelia
Date: 10 Mar 03 - 12:57 PM

I'm looking for a folk harp teacher w/in easy driving distance of Westchester Cty, north of New York City, and I'm having no luck. Do you know anyone in Westchester, Putnam, lower CT, etc?


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Subject: RE: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: Margaret V
Date: 10 Mar 03 - 10:17 PM

Have you tried Margaret Sanzo in Tarrytown? She's really nice though quite busy. I think she's in the phone book but let me know if you have trouble locating her. Also, there is a Hudson Valley Harp Guild that meets about once a month; I don't have contact info at my fingertips but could probably ferret it out within a week or two if you like. Margaret


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Subject: RE: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: Helen
Date: 11 Mar 03 - 04:07 AM

Hi NancAurelia,

I've just posted your request, without your details, to the e-mail Harplist. I am sure that someone on the list will be able to help you. I'll post any replies here.

The Harplist is a valuable resource with lots of kind and helpful folks, so you might want to consider joining the list.

If so,   

      Click here

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/harplist/join

There have been a number of threads here at Mudcat about harps, so you can do a search in the Lyrics and Forum Search box. Just type in

harp

to the box, and search the Forum only. Remember, though, that this is a folk and blues site, so some of the threads will be about blues harps and not harps with strings.

Helen

(who has a folk harp, and lives in Australia)


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Subject: RE: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: Helen
Date: 11 Mar 03 - 10:42 PM

Hi again,

I have the names of three harp teachers for you.

The two replies I have had so far are from Harplisters called Melinda and Peter.

Melinda said:

Try Mona Peck [Melinda gave me her e-mail address, but I don't want to post that in a public forum, and I don't know where exactly she teaches].

And Peter said:

I don't know of any teachers precisely IN Westchester Cty., but there are two in not-too-distant New Jersey. The nearest is Deirdre Danaher Keating, who lives in Hillsdale, probably 15-20 minutes from the Tappan Zee Bridge.

[....Peter gave me her telephone number....] I'm not sure if she's actively teaching at the moment, though.
The other is Aideen O'Donnell, who lives in Chatham, somewhat farther south.
I don't have a telephone number for her, but her [e-mail address deleted] & Website is http://www.aideenodonnell.com/

If you want to find out the phone numbers and e-mail addresses we will need to work out a way to e-mail each other, or you could join Mudcat as a member and one of the benefits is that you can send personal messages (PM's) to other members, so then I could PM you privately with the details.

I hope this helps.

Helen


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Subject: RE: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: Helen
Date: 14 Mar 03 - 06:17 PM

I'm just refreshing this thread in case NancAurelia hasn't seen it yet.

Helen


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Subject: RE: Seeking Folk Harp Teacher - Westchester
From: GUEST,NancAurelia
Date: 16 Mar 03 - 08:48 PM

Thanks to you both for the help! Hopefully, one of these leads will work out!

NancAurelia


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