Top Harpists in Kansas City

Hire a Harpist in Kansas City for your wedding, party or event. Whether you're booking a wedding harpist to set the mood as you walk down the aisle or you need some beautiful harp music to accompany a drinks reception, you've come to the right place! Our professional classically-trained harp players can perform anything from pop covers to classical showpieces to create the perfect angelic ambience at your event. Choose from our handpicked selection of the 0 best professional Harpists now!
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Maria moved to the USA in 2006 from Slovakia, and she quickly established herself as one of the most sought after harpists in Missouri. As a wedding ceremony musician she has provided music for more than one hundred and fifty couples.

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Erin Wood is an active and versatile musician, performing regularly with orchestras, choirs, and chamber ensembles throughout the Kansas region. She currently teaches at University of Kansas, Washburn University, and Baker University and also maintains a private studio. She is a suitable choice for any occasion.

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Devon Carpenter, harpist, is a professional Western Missouri harp player providing music for events in Kansas City & Platte City, MO, and the surrounding areas. The elegant music of the harp is the perfect addition to your wedding ceremony, reception, or party.

Frequently asked questions

What kind of music will a harpist perform?

Harpists usually play music from a large classical-style repertoire. However, many harpists will be able to play a selection of pop music as well. Make sure to let them know ahead of time what kind of music you'd like them to play and they'll be more than happy to accommodate you!

How much space will the harpist need to perform? Do I need to provide anything?

Harpists need an area of about 2m x 3m to perform in. You will also need to be provide adequate cover for them, to protect from the sun/rain - the surface should also be flat, firm, and dry. Grass is usually a no-no, so if they are to perform on grass, make sure a solid mat is handy. Wet harp = sad harpist.

I want a harpist to perform at my wedding: which parts of the wedding should they play?

Most commonly, harpists will perform during the following parts of the ceremony: seating of the guests, entrance of the bride, signing of the registry, and the walk-out. If you want the harpist to provide music for the reception, make sure you tell them well in advance if it's at a different venue - moving a harp at short notice ain't easy!

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