Emily Sanzaro  – Tasmanian Harpist

Information

The harp is rather ‘precious’ so to speak and has specific needs in regards to environmental factors.  Some things you need to consider include:

  • The harp must not get wet or damp under any circumstances.  If you engage me to play at your Wedding or function, you must have a contingency plan for inclement weather as I will not be able to play outside if it is raining, or if rain is likely.

 

  • The harp must not be placed in a very hot environment and preferably not in direct sunlight on a hot day

 

  • The harp needs to be placed on a flat and stable surface

 

  • If it is windy and I am playing the harp outside, the wind sometimes makes a noise as it resonates though the harp.  I think this sound is rather delightful, however it may not be a noise you expect to hear.  Just letting you know so that it doesn’t surprise you!