A Breton Finn, another one Swedish. A Czech Breton, another one Swedish. A Swedish American, a Japanese American, an English Icelander, a Karelian Finn, a Belgian Swede, etc. Is the Nordic Harp Meeting the rendez-vous of travellers? One can find there those who are looking for something, and having found it one day want to share their discovery. Many things here seem to come from the past – the origins of instruments such as harp, lyre, hummel, langspil, and all the instruments which all of a sudden gave an authentic aspect in a present too rushed – but, in Järna, we are in the present.
Alan Stivell Andy Lowings Anne-Marie O’Farrell Anne Auffret Anouk Platenkamp Bach balance breathe breathing Brittany Camac Clotilde Trouillaud Contemporary Music Centre Cristine Mérienne Didier Saimpaul Dimitri Boekhoorn Dinan Dominig Bouchaud Edinburgh International Harp Festival exercise Françoise Le Visage Glasgow Harpes Mag Hoëla Barbedette Ireland Jakez François Kristen Noguès listening lyre Mael Lhopiteau Mariannig Larc'hantec Myrdhin Nikolaz Cadoret Nordic Harp Meeting physiotherapy posture posture awareness Rencontres Internationales de Harpe Celtique Scotland Sweden technique Ti an Delenn Tristan Le Govic Turlough O’Carolan Wendy Stewart