Atlanta Harp Center Strikes a Chord with Festival Lineup

Nestled within a serene office park off South Main Street in Alpharetta lies the Atlanta Harp Center, a haven boasting the South’s most extensive collection of harps. At its showroom on 11775 Northfall Lane, patrons are greeted with a harmonious blend of nature and technology, surrounded by an array of pedal and lever harps from renowned manufacturers worldwide.

With over 50 meticulously curated harps on display, ranging from Lyon & Healy and Venus in Chicago to Salvi in Piasco, Italy, visitors are treated to a symphony of choices. Each instrument, from the intricately hand-carved pillar of the Minerva Natural to the innovative 34-string electric-lever Camac Ulysses, caters to diverse tastes and preferences.

Appointments are required to explore the showroom, allowing clients to immerse themselves in the distinct sounds of each instrument. For harpists across the South, the Atlanta Harp Center stands as a cherished destination, offering a rent-to-own program for lever harps that provides flexibility and affordability.

Under this program, customers have the option to return the instrument after a four-month period or continue renting on a month-to-month basis, with most rental payments applied towards the instrument’s purchase. Additionally, the center offers a trade-up policy for pedal harps, ensuring that players can upgrade as their skills and preferences evolve.

Led by industry experts and professional harpists, the Atlanta Harp Center prioritizes customer satisfaction, guiding clients to find the perfect instrument that suits their size, sound, look, and budget. With rental prices ranging from $260 to $600 for the initial payment and monthly payments below $200, the center makes harp ownership accessible to enthusiasts of all levels.

Founded by co-owners David and Mary Jane D’Arville, whose passion for harp music led to the establishment of the Virginia Harp Center in 1997, the Atlanta Harp Center opened its doors in 2007, quickly emerging as a premier destination for harp aficionados across the Southeast.

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To celebrate the rich tapestry of harp music, the Atlanta Harp Center Festival, sponsored by Camac Harps, Lyon & Healy, and the Virginia Harp Center, will take place from March 15-17 at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Decatur. Featuring acclaimed artists such as Valérie Milot, Juan Riveros, Kim Robertson, and Amanda Whiting, alongside captivating performances from guest ensembles, the festival promises a captivating showcase of talent and artistry, marking a triumphant return after the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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