Kathryn Harms, harp, Core Artist
Kathryn Harms is a versatile performer and innovative teacher based in Boulder, CO. From state fair performances to international solo recitals, she is passionate about increasing the exposure, appreciation, and demand for harp in today’s music scenes.
Harms performs regularly throughout Colorado and New Mexico with recent highlights including performances with the New Mexico Philharmonic, Boulder Philharmonic, Fort Collins Symphony, National Repertory Orchestra, and the Ars Nova Singers. She made her international solo debut in 2012 at Mukogawa Women's University in Nishinomiya, Japan. Equally at home in an orchestra, wind ensemble, chamber group, or as a soloist, she collaborates with a wide variety of performers and ensembles in addition to her solo endeavors.
Harms received her Master of Music degree from the University of Colorado Boulder as a student of Janet Harriman, and her Bachelor of Music degree from Ball State University as a student of Elizabeth Richter. Harms maintains a private teaching studio based in Boulder, and she is a faculty member at the Rocky Mountain Springs Harp Program during the summer.
For more information about Kathryn Harms, visit www.KathrynHarms.com.