My harp teachers have made an incredible impact on my life, and I strive to do the same for my students. I tailor lessons to fit the needs and goals of my students while making sure they have a good understanding of the fundamentals of music and harp technique.
With a love for teaching, Ms. Romano Foreman graduated from the New England Conservatory with a performance degree and a concentration in Music Education. She has been teaching beginner, intermediate, and advanced harpists for more than 15 years and many of her students have gone on to major and minor in music. Ms. Romano Foreman is an experienced harp ensemble and chamber music coach and has studied with Dulcie Barlow, Marion Shaffer, and former Boston Symphony Orchestra harpist Ann Hobson Pilot.
A native New Yorker, harpist Amanda Romano Foreman debuted as a soloist at the age of 15 in Alice Tully Hall. As an orchestral performer, Ms. Romano Foreman can be seen playing with orchestras throughout New England including the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, Rhode Island Philharmonic, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Coro Allegro, Boston Philharmonic Orchestra, Cape Cod Symphony, Landmarks Orchestra, and A Far Cry, among others. Ms. Romano was a fellow at the Tanglewood Music Center and has participated in the International Ensemble Modern Academy in Austria, Monadnock Music Festival in New Hampshire, Summer Institute for Contemporary Performance Practice in New York City, Assisi Music Festival in Italy, and International Festival of Contemporary Performance in Boston.
B.M., harp performance, New England Conservatory of Music; M.M., harp performance, Boston University