Stephanie Hall

Harp Teacher

Stephanie Hall

SAA Member


Zionsville, IN
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Stephanie Newberry Hall


Stephanie Newberry Hall received a Master of Music Degree in Harp Performance in 2006 from the University of Houston Moores School of Music, where she studied with Houston Symphony principal harpist, Paula Page. She received her Bachelor of Music Degree in Musical Arts from Vanderbilt University in 2004, where she studied with Marian Shaffer, principal harpist of the Memphis Symphony Orchestra. Additionally, she is an alumnus of the Salzedo School in Camden, Maine where she studied with Alice Chalifoux, retired principal harpist of the Cleveland Orchestra.

Located in Indianapolis, Stephanie actively performs as a freelance harpist, and is fluent in classical, sacred, and popular music styles, performing in solo, chamber and orchestral settings. A native Texan, Stephanie began studying at the age of 10 with Patricia Furley, a former student of legendary harpist and composer Carlos Salzedo and principal harpist of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra. Stephanie has been performing professionally in Central and South Texas since 2004 and acted as principal harpist of the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra for the 2006-2007 season. She has also performed as a guest principal harpist with various orchestras in Texas, Tennessee, and Kentucky.

Stephanie teaches with the Indianapolis Suzuki Academy in Indianapolis, Indiana, and Zionsville, Indiana.