Don’t miss the Harp on Wight International festival online this weekend

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, this year the Harp on Wight International Festival will be offering free online concerts and workshops with leading harpists. Details within

harp on wight promo - harp on the beach with quote from Beethoven

As with many events planned for 2020, rather than deny music lovers for at least another year, the annual Harp on Wight International Festival have moved their activities online.

Not only that, but the online concerts and workshops with leading harpists are all provided completely free of charge.

Where and when
Taking place from Friday 23rd to Monday 26th October (this coming weekend, livestreams of the events can be accessed via the Harp on Wight International YouTube channel or the Harp on Wight Facebook page.

The concerts and workshops will remain online for two months after their initial livestream.

Watch this trailer to the Festival for an idea of what to expect.

Find out more
The concerts and workshops are free to access, but as part of each livestream they have set up a JustGiving page for anyone wishing to make a donation to the festival.

If you have any questions relating to the online festival , or if you require any further information please email [email protected] or call (01983) 730930.

To find out more visit Harp On Wight Website.

Wednesday, 21st October, 2020 9:49am



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2 Comments on "Don’t miss the Harp on Wight International festival online this weekend"

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Wonderful! I’m so happy to learn that this amazing festival is taking place this year. And we’ll not only be able to watch the performances live, but also use catch-up if we missed any. I enjoyed the IW Literary Festival online and I know I will love this festival, too. Thank you, Sally, for drawing them to our attention. Perhaps these festivals will attract more followers in… Read more »
Mr Magoo

Unfortunately I never learned a musical instrument but the harp is a favourite and I never knew there was a festival on the Wight until reading this. The trailer whet my appetite and the logo is inspired.
I’ll tune in online although the sound quality will not be the same as being there.