Tuesday, June 27, 2017
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2019 11th USA International Harp Competition 

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10th USA International Harp Competition Winners Announced!

Congratulations to Katherine Siochi, USA, Gold Medal winner of the 10th USA International Harp Competition!

Read more about Katherine and all 10th USAIHC winners here:  10th USAIHC Winners

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5th Solo Harp Composition Contest Winner Announced!

The winning composition is Sublimation by Jeremiah Siochi of Arlington, Virginia (USA).

With 114 score submitted by composers from 34 different countries, this was the largest Contest to date.

For more information, click here.

Listen to Sublimation here.

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The Mission of the USA International Harp Competition is:

to elevate exceptional harpists to extraordinary heights through performance, new music, and education.

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Harp Dreams wins 3 regional Emmys as well as the prestigious CINE Golden Eagle Award 

Harp Dreams, the WTIU-produced documentary of the 2007 competition, showcases the best young harpists in the world as they prepare for a high-stakes ten-day event held every three years at the Jacobs School of Music on the Bloomington campus of Indiana University.  The documentary is a celebration of contestants from around the world and, ultimately, the competition itself.

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Educational Outreach

The USAIHC Education Outreach programs have been developed for the entire local community providing the opportunity to understand educational concepts in another context. The USAIHC programs promote diversity, communication and even physical activity. By offering our programs free of charge to schools and other community organizations the USAIHC brings an unusual experience. Learning about harps, the different cultures that play them, and potentially playing such an uncommon instrument can expand a child’s horizons. The USAIHC’s goal is to provide as many students as possible with the knowledge and skills that will benefit their future, and if we give a future competitor their start, so much the better.

Harp Start - Each interactive concert lasts about forty-five-minutes and features a program facilitator and guest harpist. Following each presentation, students may ask questions to learn more about the harp and harpist. A concert grand harp will be brought into the school for the program.  Handouts and illustrations will be distributed to further enhance the audiences' experiences. This program will enable audience members to learn about the history, intricacies and capabilities of the harp.

Engage a Harpist - This program allows individuals and organizations to book a harpist for their private events.  Most bookings will be filled with harpists who participated in the recent competition or harpists who are preparing for the upcoming competition.  The mission of the USAIHC is fulfilled in two ways through this program.  Harpists gain valuable public performance experience, while promoting the harp to a broader audience.

For more information about scheduling a program for your group, contact the USAIHC office at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 812-856-5715.

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