• The third weekend of October means only one thing – the Camac Festival! This takes place every year, in a French-speaking region. For the last thirteen years, our concept has been to tour with a top-quality artistic programme, a large exhibition of new and second-hand harps, and a big team of technicians to carry out the maximum number of regulations. The other essential aspect of the Camac festivals is the collaboration with the artists of our host cities. We want each festival to be a voyage of discovery, a centre of opportunity, and a meeting-point for friends old and new.

    2019’s programme features artists from Brittany to Ekaterinburg, Paris to the USA, and a wonderful contribution from the classes of Toulouse, Blagnac, Roques-sur-Garonne and Tournefeuille! To find out more about everything we have planned for the Camac Festival’s second visit to Toulouse, see the Camac blog or download the dépliant below.

    Entry to all events is free, but reservations are required. Please fill out the form at the end of this page to book your places for the concerts and workshops. Regulations should be reserved by emailing [email protected], including your harp’s serial number.

    +33 (0)2 40 97 24 97

    [email protected]

  • The Concours Martine Géliot will take place from October 31 – November 3, 2019. As ever, we are delighted to be sponsoring this long-established competition, for young talent under the age of 22. The programme is both rigorous and manageable, and a perfect early step into the world of competing at a high level. The competition is organised in memory of the gifted harpist Martine Géliot, who died too young. 

    All information is available on the competition site and also their Facebook page

    Competition contact form: click here

  • We have long been principal sponsors of the International Harp Competition in Szeged, Hungary. Founded by Natalia Gorbunova in 2007, applications to the fifth edition are now open! The competition will take place  between November 27 – December 1, 2019, at the Reök Palace in Szeged, and has three categories: U14, U19 and U25. It also has a new Artistic Director, with Anastasia Razvalyaeva taking over the reins. 

    All information, repertoire, rules, jury lists, downloadable flyer and the application form can be found on the competition’s webpage.

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For questions and reservations of harp regulations during the festival, please send a message using our harp service form.

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