Allianz Musical Insurance It’s important to think about insurance for musical instruments. Whilst many musicians think home contents insurance is sufficient, it might not be. Specialist musical insurance is inexpensive and often costs less than adding your instrument to your home contents insurance and if you make a claim, your home contents no claims discount won’t be affected.
What’s more, home insurance policies often have high excesses and these can deter musicians from making a claim when they need to. Instruments can often exceed the single item limit on home contents policies, and listing an instrument as a specified item can significantly increase the premium.
Specialist musical insurance covers professional use and provides specialist and prompt claims settlements on a ‘like for like’ (best for vintage instruments) or ‘new for old’ basis (for newer instruments), whatever best suits your needs.
Allianz Musical Insurance is the UK's leading specialist instrument insurer. We insure over 65,000 musicians whose instruments have a combined value of more than £600 million.
We offer a simple and comprehensive musical instrument insurance policy; covering accidental damage, loss and theft. Our policies can be tailored to suit all types of musicians; with optional worldwide, in-vehicle and public liability cover. Premiums start at just £33 per year and can be paid monthly for no extra cost (0% APR). Our policy comes with no excess as standard on instrument claims and a £100 excess on computer equipment.
Harp Column Harp Column magazine is the No. 1 source of news and information for harpists worldwide. Harp Column was founded as a small newsletter in 1993 by Kimberly Rowe and Hugh Brock. In 1996 expanded to a magazine format and a few years later the first Harp Column Community online. In 2013 Harp Column Music for launched to provide sheet music downloads, specializing in publications for harp ensemble.
Alison Reese joined our staff in 2003 and became Editor of the print edition in 2013; in 2014 she became a partner. Kimberly now serves as Web Editor and designer, and Hugh continues to serve as a web consultant.
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Jack Hayward - Musical Instrument Insurance Established in 1983 by two professional musicians we only provide specialist insurance for musicians (Student though to international professional, Teachers, Orchestras, Bands, Ensembles, Schools/Colleges and Universities) their instruments and public liabilities. By working closely with our underwriters we provide among the highest level of insurance cover combined with affordable premiums. If it can be played, we can insure it!
We know you have probably taken a lot of care in choosing the right instrument for you and want it protected by a policy that ensures ALL RISKS are covered. We therefore work with certain underwriters at Lloyds of London to deliver just that!
Ruth Faber Harp Courses Residential Summer Harp Courses with Ruth Faber for children aged 9 to 13
and teenagers aged 13 to 18.
Fun packed few days with the odd celebrity harpist!
Start Harp - Always Wanted to Learn the Harp? Are you looking to study harp for the very first time? Join this exciting new way to study harp technique, theory and musicianship from the comfort of your own home, on a lever, lap or pedal harp. These classes will enable you to access beginner level harp tuition at a time and pace to suite you. Weather you have a musical background or have never touched a musical instrument you will learn the foundations of harp playing to enable you to move forwards and enjoy playing this incredible instrument.
The World Harp Congress The World Harp Congress, Inc. a private non-profit organization, was founded in 1981 as an outgrowth of the International Harp Weeks held in The Netherlands for twenty years under the leadership of Phia Berghout and Maria Korchinska.
Past Congresses have been held in Maastricht, The Netherlands; Jerusalem, Israel; Vienna, Austria; Paris-Sevres, France; Copenhagen, Denmark; Seattle-Tacoma, USA; Prague, Czech Republic; Geneva, Switzerland; Dublin, Ireland; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Vancouver, Canada; and Sydney, Australia. Concerts, workshops and seminars concerning all aspects of harp musicology and performance are offered at these triennial sessions.
The World Harp Congress has members representing over 50 countries.The Board of Directors welcomes all persons who are interested in the harp to join this international organization.
United Kingdom Harp Association The United Kingdom Harp Association is a voluntary organisation that exists to promote and further knowledge of the instrument, benefit those associated with it and bring together all those with an interest in the harp.