Sat, Nov 06 | Location is TBD

Storytelling & the Harp: The Expressive Harpist

Harp Day 2021 features the 2021-2023 Concert Artist of the Year, Elizabeth Yeoh-Wang, a harpist who specializes in storytelling. Join us for two workshops, a brilliant concert, and an optional masterclass following the concert.
Storytelling & the Harp: The Expressive Harpist

Time & Location

Nov 06, 10:30 AM – 4:45 PM
Location is TBD

About The Event

We are thrilled to welcome the 2021-2023 Concert Artist of the Year, Elizabeth Yeoh-Wang as our guest artist for Harp Day 2021! Elizabeth placed first in the Young Professional Division of the American Harp Society's National Competition in June 2021.

Harp Day will feature two workshops, recital, and a masterclass with Elizabeth for students who wish to participate. Come early for some shopping! There are several ticket options available for current members, non-members, recital-only, and masterclass participants. Tickets are also available at the door, but pre-registration is appreciated. 

Details about the workshops and vendors wil be coming soon! 


10:30am Registration and Shopping 

11am Workshop 1

12pm Workshop 2

1pm Lunch Break and Shopping 

2pm Recital 

3:45pm Masterclass for students who wish to participate 

Read more about Elizabeth below: 

Elizabeth is a graduate of the five-year, dual-degree Harvard/New England Conservatory program and received a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Harvard and a Master of Music degree in Harp Performance from NEC. She started her music journey on piano at age 5 with Robelyn Schrade-James. She began playing the harp at age 9 with Karen Lindquist and continued her studies with Jessica Zhou at NEC. Elizabeth was a harpist with NEC’s Symphonic Winds and the Harvard-Radcliffe Orchestra, and she played with Harvard’s Bach Society Orchestra as a guest harpist. Before college, Elizabeth played with the National Youth Orchestra of the United States and the InterSchool Orchestras of New York, and she guested with the New Jersey Youth Symphony, Metropolitan Youth Orchestra, and St. Thomas Orchestra. She was a YoungArts Foundation Honorable Mention winner and received first prize in the Intermediate II division of the AHS competition and first prize in the Emerging Artist Division of the Young Artist’s Harp Competition.

Through a fellowship at NEC, Elizabeth enjoyed presenting a musical storytelling program where she introduced the harp to young elementary school students around Boston. As the 2021-2023 AHS Concert Artist, Elizabeth is so excited to join the Philadelphia Harp Chapter to celebrate Harp Day in November!


  • 30 minutes

    Registration and Shopping

  • 1 hour

    Workshop 1

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  • Harp Day 2021 - All Events
  • Recital Only (no workshops)
  • Masterclass Participant

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