Solo Harp Rates
$450.00 - First Hour:
$225 - Each Additional Hour
$90 - Each Additional Half Hour
$175 Deposit (Non-refundable)
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Seasoned harpist Candace Lark has performed for hundreds of events. She's shared the stage with many orchestras, Lansdown Symphony, Mainline Symphony, and the Black Pearl Chamber Orchestra to state a few. She is a repeat performer at many of Philadelphia's top performance venues like The Academy Of Music, The Kimmel Center, and the Wilma Theater. She is a sought-after harpist in the tri-state area performing regularly with various ensembles, and collaborating on special projects.
Her tendency to shy away from mainstream harp repertoire has led her to be the harpist for two very unique groups. Thee Illharmonic Hip-Hop Orchestra, and The Divine Hand Ensemble. The Illharmonic combines the raw energy and passion of Hip-Hop with the beautiful, sweeping melodies of live orchestra. The Divine Hand Ensemble has been described as “hypnotic, breathtaking, and mesmerizing, an amalgamation of magic, science, and music”, the ensemble is the world’s only theremin-fronted band.
Candace also works with her former harp teacher as a certified Harp Mastery Coach, coaching harpists all over the country to meet specific harp goals. She's also the Co-founder of Harp Quest a supplemental harp program for young harpist. During the summer you can find Candace working alongside her former teacher mentoring young harpists at Harp In the Mountains in upstate Pennsylvania
In addition to her harp career Candace has utilized her years of experience and Created The Happy Musician Coaching. Her coaching helps musicians create and meet specific goals while cultivating a mindset for musical success.
A native of Philadelphia Candace began her piano and harp studies at The Settlement Music School. After her harp teacher MaryAnn McCann's retirement she went on to study with Anne Sullivan, Founder of Harp Mastery.
Candace is a graduate of the famous Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, She is also the founding and current President of the CAPA Alumni Association.
She pursued a unique path in her secondary education; attending Arcadia University and creating her own Individualized Major in Music Performance and Special Education utilizing what she learned to be accessible to everyone who wants to learn music.
When not performing Candace enjoys downtime with her husband, their dog, a good book, and of course great music.
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