I love the short effective courses. Learning improvisation in just 15 min a day – it really works! ~ Nordsee Harfe
I was skeptical at first. I didn’t expect that much from just 5 days, but I immediately felt freer in my playing and singing. ~ Theresa Niederberger
You learn so much in such a fun way. The biggest impact on my creative life is the realisation that creativity does not need to be complex or require extraordinary skill. ~ Lesley Macleod
My favorite part is the format of the classes — easy to understand and straightforward — plus you get to interact with DHC! ~ Kathy Kelly
Each of DHC’s challenges gave me the freedom to sit and create at my level and what I dreamed up … it sounded good … Now passing the harp I can just doodle up a creative improv. ~ Connie Lo Porto
For Pedal & Lever Harps – All Levels
Here’s How it Works:
There are 5 Short Trainings
COMPLETE EACH SHORT VIDEO TRAINING at your own pace, try it out on your harp and – if you want – share what you learned on the “Harpists Who Dare” Facebook Group and see the hundreds of inspiring takeaways participants have shared!
And YOU GET the BIGGEST PRIZE OF ALL:
The FREEDOM of IMPROVISING!
Check out this video Deborah made for Facebook about how the Challenge works and what you’ll learn.
The power progression that lets you bridge one song to another.
A way to add improvisation to every piece you play.
Your first step to liberation from the notes on the page
Grab all 5 Trainings while they’re still FREE!
What Other Harpists who learn to
improvise with DHC have said
“I’ve played harp for nearly 50 years. I have a strict classical background, and never in my wildest dreams thought I could improvise. This makes it all come together in a way I can relate to.”
— Sally Walstrum, Las Vegas
“Your course was quite simply the best harping experience I have ever had.”
— Kevin Roddy (Hawaii)
Learn the First Step of Freedom:
Free Yourself from Reading the Notes on the Page
Meet your creative coach Deborah Henson-Conant
I’m Deborah Henson-Conant, and I’ve been composing, arranging and creating shows since I was a kid. I now play shows with symphonies and on solo stages with the electric harp that was created for me by CAMAC Harps, the “DHC” Harp.
But I started on the ukulele, playing and singing my own little-kid arrangements, telling stories, improvising and playing and singing with other people. And guess what? I use many of the same skills and principles to arrange the music I record and perform today – including the Grammy-Nominated album “Invention & Alchemy” and the song that won first prize in the International Songwriting Competiton (ISC).