At Chocolate, my favorite Santa Cruz restaurant, with my good friend Robin Mills – find her at!

August 31, 2011 - Leave a Response



Skype harp lessons

July 5, 2011 - 2 Responses

Teaching is one of my greatest passions and responsibilities, and I’m excited to be able to share my experience with you anywhere in the world via Skype. Skype is a great way to learn from your home, on your harp, with no travel and minimal time restrictions. Let’s talk further!

Here is a wonderful article on learning via Skype:

Back in the day, I had to go all the way to Australia (literally!) to work with my harp guru Alice Giles – now learning is so much faster, efficient, and wildly inexpensive. Looking forward to hearing about your harp dreams!

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Join Diana Rowan (harp) & Daniel Berkman (kora) this Tuesday 7-9pm for a mesmerizing evening of harps across continents! Stop by any time at Julie’s Coffee & Tea Garden in Alameda (suggested donation $5) for beautiful music in a beautiful space.

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Ya Elah (Eastern European vocals & Harp, directed by the legendary Bon Singer) performs this Saturday April 17, 7:30pm in SF!

March 30, 2010 - Leave a Response

Interview with Sarah Lin Bhatia of Diaspora California:

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Mystical music of the Middle East: harp, oud (Yuval Ron) and lyra/kemenche (Brad Wright) this Sat & Sun in LA:

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Mystical music of the Middle East: harp, oud (Yuval Ron) & lyra/kemenche (Brad Wright) Sat & Sun in LA

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Ring in spring with Ya Elah (vocals, harp, percussion) in Petaluma tonight:

March 1, 2010 - Leave a Response

Concerts March 6, 7, 14: Songs of War & Peace – music of the Renaissance from Europe & Turkey, with the San Francisco Renaissance Voices, Diana Rowan (harp) and Tom Chandler (oud)

February 16, 2010 - Leave a Response

Great article on the dynamic SF Bay Area tango scene from brand new magazine Tangozapa – my group Quinteto Del Bailongo is mentioned 🙂