Michigan Harp Center
89 West Fourteen Mile Road Clawson, MI 48017
Store is open by appointment.
At some point, we will get back to regular hours.
Monday & Wednesday noon - 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday noon - 7pm
Friday, Saturday, & Sunday by appointment
If you would like to sign up for announcements, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
News such as: New publications, New products, Concerts & Workshops, Sales and Promotions.
Lyon and Healy 34 string Drake with the ebony finish has sold. A mahogany stain Drake is now on its way! Stay tuned for arrival time. Make your appointment to come play the new Lyon & Healy Drake 34 string lever harp! More info on Floor Harp Page. email: email@example.com
Some of the rental harps available to Michigan residents. Lyon & Healy Trouadours, Triplett Celtic II, StoneyEnd Lorraine and Anne
We had a great time showing and talking about historical harps for Michigan State University Harp Day 2020. Everyone liked it so much that we are slowly putting pictures harp on the new Historical Harps page. Just click harps in the upper left corner
Welcome to the Michigan Harp Center. We have harps to rent or purchase for students of all ages and abilities. If you need a professional harpist for your special occasion, Ms Kelly Yousoufian,owner and teacher is available. Please see links for more details.
harps now on website:
- 34 string New Model Lyon & Healy Drake harp. Light tension.
|The Drake is strung with the new-to-market BioCarbon® Strings, made using a blend of a recently discovered bio-plastic derived from sugar-cane; the sound of these strings delivers a powerful tone that provides superior acoustic projection and sustain.
- pre-owned Dusty Strings Allegro 26 with case - see lap harp page
- 37 string pre-owned William Webster Thistle harp with a warranty!
- 40 string Salvi Daphne pedal harp. pre-owned. consignment
- 44 string Wurlitzer pedal harp. pre-owned. consignment
- pre- owned Camac Baby Blue Electric lap harp with tri-pod.
Some gift item ideas: Sutton Hoo Lyre $545 walnut lyre at Michigan Harp