The General Public is invited to Browse through our Virtual Exhibit Hall.
"This year you are bringing Somerset to the world, instead of bringing the world to Somerset. Thank you for finding a new way forward"
"It is a wonderful way for us to be a part of what my harp friends and I consider to be the biggest and best harp festival in the United States."--Gail
My fabulous staff: (top row) Kim Adamson, Patch Glennan; (middle) Kathy DeAngelo, Laura Enuco; (bottom) Maureen Buscareno, Dennis Gormley
Going into our "live" festival we had 50 pre-recorded workshop videos. We had 50 live online, real-time workshops and events which were recorded and are now in our library of great workshops.
You can now Sign-Up after and get access to all this great content until the end of the year. Our Limited-Time attendees can get their access extended to December 31 & "upgrade". See our registration page. Online sign-up only.
No matter where you are in the world or what your playing level, there's something for everyone on our new online platform Somerset Online. We're going to stay connected this summer with our new online festival portal. We have plenty of music genre workshops from the Blues to Scandinavian music on all kinds of harps: single row harps, double-strung harps, cross-strung harps, historic harps, small harps.
Sunita Staneslow taught her Arpeggio Diversity workshop from the Shetland Islands.
Billy Jackson taught the Harpers Escape from his home in County Mayo, Ireland.
Christa Patton in a gallery view of her workshop on 17th Century Spanish Dances
Artists performed from all over the world in our Concerts. Here's Kim Robertson on the deck of her Wisconsin home.