“ My students are encouraged to participate in competitions and festivals, and I see the three ensembles I coach as a way for harpists to become team players rather than soloists – learning about timing, expression and working together. ”
Keri Zwicker has been with Alberta College Conservatory of Music since 1998. She is a classically trained musician, having studied harp with Nora Bumanis and piano with Helmut Brauss at the University of Alberta. Keri teaches pedal harp and specializes in teaching Celtic harp to students of all ages.
Keri has performed with both the Saskatoon and Regina Symphony Orchestras, and in festivals across Western Canada, including the Edmonton Fringe Festival and North Country Fair. She also plays celtic harp with David Wilkie and Cowboy Celtic, a folk group that tours extensively in the U.S., and has released an album, The Devil’s Mill, that features her Gaelic-styled singing and Celtic harp playing.
We acknowledge that the land on which we gather in Treaty Six Territory is the traditional gathering place for many Indigenous people. We honour and respect the history, languages, ceremonies and culture of the First Nations, Métis and Inuit who call this territory home.