Harp Sinfonia

Harp Sinfonia is a multiple harp ensemble that provides harp students a channel for ensemble and performance training. Harp Sinfonia made their successful debut at the Royal Ontario Museum and was subsequently showcased by various orchestras across Ontario as well as the Toronto Harp Society. These aspiring students have won much applause from their audience. Composer Constantine Caravassilis wrote “Harp to the World“, a composition dedicated to and premièred by the ensemble.

Members of the Harp Sinfonia are a group of dedicated students. Among them are award-winners of competitions and Royal Conservatory of Music Examinations. Each year, selected students will join the Harp Sinfonia’s two divisions, Senior and Junior.

Harp Sinfonia performed with Philomusica Symphony Orchestra at Glen Gould Studio (2010)Harp Sinfonia Junior performed in multi-cultural costumes at Harps on the Hill Festival 2012.Harp Sinfonia Senior 2011Harp Sinfonia Senior in rehearsal at Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts before a concert (2011).Debut at Royal Ontario Museum (2009)Harp Sfinfonia (2015)Harp Sinfonia in performance with Philomusica Symphony Orchestra (2015)Harp Sinfonia in rehearsal before concert conducted by Andrew Chan. (2015)Harp Sinfonia on the road! (2015)Harp Sinfonia in concertHarp Sinfonia performs at the Liberty Grand for the Toronto Concert Orchestra Gala 2016Harp Sinfonia 2016Harp Sinfonia members, Emma, Sebastian, Sage, Miranda and Vivian, warming up before performanceHarp Sinfonia