Lidia started her musical journey at the age of five, when she began to play piano. Gifted as she was, she effortlessly entered the ‘National Music School’ in her home town. She continued learning piano, until one day, as destiny would have it, she saw a note on the door of her yearly piano exam hall. A note that said, “looking for a harpist”. And, her journey with the harp started!
Lidia as a harp teacher
A teacher-student relationship goes beyond sharing of skills, it’s a sharing of passion. Lidia loves to teach students who are as passionate about the harp as she is. She also believes that age doesn’t matter and one can learn to play the harp at any stage in life. Of course, starting earlier gives you an edge, if you think of a professional career, but that rule always has exceptions. Her students age from 7 years old to no limited age.
Some of her students also got the chance to attend the master class with the leading worldwide harp players like Gwyneth Wentink and Catrin Finch.
“People say harp is one of the most difficult instruments, but if you really love it, anything is possible.” - Lidia
What do you need to learn the harp?
Devotion and lots of passion to begin with, and then Lidia will step-by-step guide you in your journey of learning the harp. You could arrange for a free trial class, where she can explain all about the instrument to you and see how many lessons you or your child would need. She will also gladly help you choose your own instrument, according to your needs.
What after this?
After the classes with Lidia, you can choose to appear for ABRSM exams or Trinity College of Music. This will allow you to get an international certificate, which will benefit you in two ways:
- Help you know your current level and map your progress.
- The certificate is internationally recognized, so if you need to move to another place, you can continue from your current level