Please join us for the
13th World Harp Congress
Hong Kong
July 2017
The World Harp Congress Review

The World Harp Congress Review is the official publication of the World Harp Congress, Inc. It is published biannually (November and May) and is distributed to over 50 countries. The journal includes articles and interviews relating to the harp and promotes contemporary composers and their compositions for harp. Current international news is submitted by a network of official correspondents from over 50 countries. The World Harp Congress Review was first published in 1984 as a newsletter translated into nine languages.

Linda Wood Rollo, Founding Editor (1984-2002)

Ann Yeung, Editor (2002-2014)

Isabel Moreton, Guest Editor (Spring 2015-present)

Editorial letters and photos must be received for consideration by the Editor September 1 for the Fall issue and March 1 for the Spring issue. Articles must be submitted for consideration by June 1 for the Fall issue and December 1 for the Spring issue. Please direct all editorial material to:

Isabel Moretón Achsel, Guest Editor
World Harp Congress Review
Lange-Hop-Strasse 76
30559 Hannover, Germany

Specific news items should be directed to the official correspondents of the appropriate country.

Click here for a list of the
World Harp Congress Review Correspondents

Advertising in the World Harp Congress Review is open to all harp-related businesses and events as well as schools and conservatories. Deadlines for ad copy are 1 September (Fall) and 1 March (Spring). Contracts and payments are due on August 15 (Fall) and February 15 (Spring). All advertising copy, payment and inquiries should be directed to:

Sydney Campen, Advertising Manager
World Harp Congress Review
4612 S. Tewkesburg Ct. 

The World Harp Congress Review is sent to all members of the World Harp Congress. Please direct questions about membership to:

Jing-I Jang, Membership Chair
2530 Clubhouse Drive
Wexford, PA 15090 USA

Please direct web information to:
Erin Earl Wood
World Harp Congress Review Web Liaison