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email.        : info@devonharpcentre.co.uk

Facebook : www.facebook.com/DevonHarpCentre

tel : 01803 865271.

NEW HARPSICLE / SHARPSICLE / FULLSICLE STOCK NOW IN. 

We are now U.K. distributors and stockists of the Harpsicle range of harps from Rees Harps, Indiana.  The range includes Harpsicle, Sharpsicle, Flatsicle, Fullsicle and Special Edition Fullsicle, all of which are available either to buy or to rent or buy. 

We also stock a range of Harpsicle accessories – bags, lap bars/sticks, strings etc., and if you want your Sharpsicle or Flatsicle upgrading by installing extra sharping levers, we can do this too (except on some of the earlier Harpsicles made without bridge pins).  Please see photos and details of all the main products in the range and the current U.K. price list.

The retail shop is currently open Fridays and Saturdays 12.00 – 5.00pm.  We can also open other times on weekdays by appointment (by email) if you want to try out a harp, or for servicing or repairs.  And we can post strings and accessories, and answer queries by email 7 days a week.

Monday         : (by appointment only)

Tuesday         : (by appointment only)

Wednesday   : (by appointment only)

Thursday       : (by appointment only)

Friday             : 12.00 – 5.00 p.m

Saturday        : 12.00 – 5.00 p.m   

Sunday           : CLOSED

COVID :  We have a Winix air purification system in the teaching room, and antibacterial hand gel dispensers in both shop and teaching room.

The Devon Harp Centre is located in the High Street of one of Devon’s oldest market towns, Totnes.

Totnes is a historic town full of musicians, artists, potters and craftspeople – there are plenty of small independent shops and cafes, and it is a great place to relax and enjoy a coffee after a harp lesson. 

We rent and sell lever harps, lyre harps, healing harps and harp sheet music, and we have a calm and peaceful teaching studio where you can have just one single 30 minute ‘taster’ session for £20, or further full 50 minute lessons for £35 each – regular or occasional – whichever suits you best.

Learning to play the harp is not difficult – reading music is not always necessary. It does not have to be expensive either. The harp is one of the most beautiful instruments – its healing sounds are recognised by music therapists all over the world, and learning to play harp is a very enjoyable and satisfying journey. At the Devon Harp Centre, we play and love harps, and will do our best to show you what a magical experience learning to play the harp can be.