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  • 26 Feb 2015 7:51 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    The closing date for British Harp Chamber Music Competition is 18th March, so you need to get your entries in ASAP!

    You need to send in a CD recording and full details are on the website at www.bhcmc.co.uk

  • 28 Jan 2015 10:25 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    Make a date in your diary for Sunday 19th April - we will be having our AGM in the afternoon preceded by a special guest performance at Cecil Sharp House in London by the harp duo, HERMANOS CORBALAN 

    You will definitely by inspired by this wonderful harp duo who have agreed to fit in a special performance for us before flying back to South America.

    £5 for school children, £7.50 for UKHA members, £10 for non-members and £20 for a family ticket (2 adults plus children) Non-members can join the UKHA on the day or via our website. 

    Ticket prices are for the concert only. Only full price and UKHA tickets are available online, children and family tickets can be purchased on the door.

    If you just wish to attend the AGM, UKHA members are welcome to join us for the meeting after the concert. The AGM will start at approximately 4.45pm. For those who wish to attend the concert but not the AGM, please note there is a cafe within Cecil Sharp House where you can have coffee and cake whilst you wait for any friends at the AGM.

    Tickets numbers are limited, so to guarantee admission please reserve your concert tickets by emailing admin@ukharp.net and they can be bought on the door. Alternatively you can buy tickets in advance online, link to follow shortly.

    https://www.facebook.com/events/798031040289335

  • 20 Jan 2015 11:33 AM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    An absolutely brilliant weekend of events happening in Cardiff. However, the closing date for all applications for workshops, sessions and harp servicing bookings is Saturday, 31 January 2015

    You can see more details and apply here 

  • 20 Jan 2015 10:29 AM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    This year we have the wonderful Robin Ward adjudicating as well as performing the closing recital. We also have workshops from Danielle Perrett and Benjamin Creighton-Griffiths.

    Full details of the syllabus and lineup are available at the website - www.eastangliaharpfestival.org, where you can also download entry forms and the competition rules.

  • 15 Jan 2015 9:56 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    There is just enough time to get those entries in for the Bristol Festival.

    Details can be found here http://www.bristolfestival.co.uk/harp.php

  • 14 Jan 2015 1:46 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    The harp auditions for the The Martin Music Scholarship Trust will take place at the Royal Academy of Music on Saturday 25th April.

    Details on the 2014 Martin Musical Scholarship Fund Award Winners and about the Awards here  http://www.philharmonia.co.uk/orchestra/emerging/martin_musical_scholarship_fund

  • 14 Jan 2015 1:24 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    It is with deep sadness that we announce the death of Clive Morley on 3rd January.



    Clive was a one-off in the harp world. Many harpists will have personal experience of how he loved to give help and advice as much as he loved providing new harps and restoring old ones. He will be very much missed by his family, friends and colleagues at Clive Morley Harps.

    Clive's son, Ben, and the team at Clive Morley Harps will be proud to continue Clive's legacy of offering harp sales, rental, servicing and repair for future generations of harpists.

    Clive is survived by his wife Kate, son Ben and two grandchildren.

    No flowers please, but donations to the Musicians' Benevolent Fund in Clive's memory would be welcome. https://www.helpmusicians.org.uk/support-our-work/giving-in-memory-and-celebration

    http://www.morleyharps.co.uk/general-articles/clive-robert-morley-1936-2015/

  • 29 Dec 2014 4:39 PM | Lauren Scott (Administrator)

    The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland will be holding it's first harp summer school course in July 2015. It is the only one of its kind in Scotland and particpants will spend five days improving their harp playing skills, musicality, techniques and orchestral repertoire and performance experience.

    Those who book before the 1st February will receive a 10% Early Bird discount. 

    Details about the course are on our events page,  and here 

    http://www.rcs.ac.uk/shortcourses/harp/

  • 03 Dec 2014 4:15 PM | Anonymous
    New Government Tax rules come into operation on the 1st January 2015 and will affect you if you sell any downloads over the internet. 

    Called VAT MOSS, this new scheme is likely to affect anyone acting as a sole trader who sells a download from their website. 

    The current situation as to what classifies as "download" is not completely clear - but it will affect download of music, e-books and possibly e-learning modules, although live teaching over the internet is unaffected. 

    The confusion is over whether what you supply are "goods" or a "service" 

    You can find information from these links 

    rachelandrew.co.uk/archives/2014/11/25/how-small-companies-and-freelancers-can-deal-with-the-vatmoss-eu-vat-changes/ 

    www.gov.uk/register-and-use-the-vat-mini-one-stop-shop 

    If you sell anything over the internet you will need to speak to your accountant NOW. 

    Even if your earnings are well under the VAT threshold, if you sell just one MP3 as download from your website, you need to register for VAT MOSS. 

    If you sell through a 3rd party, do not assume that they are covered for VAT MOSS, you may still be liable. (PayPal are not a 3rd party in this situation!) 

    Don't get caught out! 

    Do your research, talk to your accountant, and if you are in doubt whether it affects you or not, remove the downloads from your website on the 1st of January until you are certain about the implications for your personal situation. 

    As of 3/12/14 the situation is not clear, so keep checking for updates! 



  • 14 Oct 2014 3:17 PM | Anonymous
    The UKHA is delighted to announce a new and improved bursary scheme. 

    From 2015, members can apply for up to £300 to assist with any project or idea which furthers the harp. Perhaps you want to organize a special concert, workshop, masterclass or event? Perhaps you want to promote the harp in your community? Perhaps you are carrying out exciting research or outreach work? We want to know about it, and we want to help! 

    You can download the guidelines here 

    Please make sure you are logged into the members area of the website first.


    If you are not logged in, you won't see the guidelines!


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