Jennifer Port Harpist based in Perthshire, Scotland

The Scottish harp, or clarsach as it is known, has 34 strings and is ideal for providing atmospheric music during any occasion or event.

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About - Jennifer Port

The Scottish harp, or clarsach as it is known, has 34 strings and is ideal for providing atmospheric music during any occasion or event. I was brought up in the rural far north village of Golspie in Sutherland. I have been interested in music all my life & began learning piano at the age of 8. Since then, I have learned oboe, guitar, clarsach, cor anglais & singing. I started learning clarsach with the encouragement of my P6 teacher Graham McCarthy to whom I am most grateful. I joined the Clarsach Society & attended tuition weekends & festivals alongside my weekly lessons from Vicki Horton. I enjoyed participating in various Feisean throughout Scotland & successfully competed in the National Mod for a number of years. In January 2002, I won a Danny Kyle award at Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow. I graduated from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama with a BA(Scottish Music) Honours in July 2003 having studied clarsach, singing and composition.

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