In 2018 Oceania Harp Studio became New Zealand's first and only agent for Lyon & Healy, Salvi, Teifi. Since this time, we have now expanded to include harps made by Nifty, and Pilgrim Harps. We are very proud to be the first New Zealand company to be granted dealership by Lyon & Healy and Salvi. Meaning that Oceania Harp Studio now has even greater buying power to help meet the needs of the New Zealand harp community. Oceania Harp Studio is located in Palmerston North, you can visit by appointment.
This, 2nd hand harp is in perfect, as new condition. The harp is for sale in Melbourne, Australia.
Contact Amanda for the contact details of the seller.
I have a small 30 string harp available for hire in the lower North Island to approved customers for $15 per week.
Contact Amanda for further information 021 119 6305
Teifi Harps have annouced that they will be back in production in 2024. This is indeed good news.
Wee Nifty 27 strings is no longer available. If you are interested in ordering one of this amazing little harps, please get in contact.
This little harp has a surprisingly robust, warm sound, something that is very hard to find in a small harp.
Oceania Harp Studio is the exclusive agent for Nifty Harps in New Zealand. Both the Wee Nifty (27 string) and Big Nifty (34 string) harp are currently able to be viewed and played.
If you would like to order one of these harps, please get in contact with Amanda 0211196305 or email@example.com
Oceania Harp Studio is the sole agent for Nifty Harps designed by the master lever harp maker Mark Norris in Scotland.
The Wee Nifty is the first to be produced with 27 strings, with a 34 string version due to follow soon.
The Wee Nifty is made using the high performance Camac levers, and is available unlevered or fully levered. However unlike other small harps on the market, the Wee Nifty is designed so that levers can be easily added at another time. This the first harp on the market designed to help people progress in their harp playing as finances allow.
Taking place on 15th February 2019.