Clarsach Society – a Scottish charity with branches in Scotland and England, with the aim of promoting the clarsach and its music in Scotland and in the wider world harp community. Contact details for the various branches are listed on the Clarsach Society website. The Bristol and West, Wales and Transpennine branches are the next nearest to the London & South-East branch.
Wire Branch – unlike the other branches, the Wire Branch is not centred on a geographical area, but exists to explore the possibilities of the wire-strung clarsach.
Harps North-West – this organisation promotes playing, teaching, and appreciation of the harp in Cumbria, Lancashire, and North Yorkshire.
Harpotunites – a voluntary organisation which promotes the harp in and around Coventry
United Kingdom Harp Association – exists to bring together all those interested in the harp, in all its forms, including amateur and professional players, teachers, and businesses providing services for the harp.
Cairde na Cruite – the society for the Irish Harp, which organises the annual Irish Harp festival
Historical Harp Society of Ireland – a society to support a revival of the playing and building of Ireland’s largely forgotten medieval musical instrument, which is depicted in the national emblem: the early Irish harp.
Clera – the society for the traditional instruments of Wales (including harp)
Harp Organisations in Europe …
in the United States …
International Society of Folk Harpers – a society which combines the world of the professional and novice player with that of the instrument maker – members come from America, Canada, and New Zealand
in Australia and New Zealand …
International Jazz Harp Foundation – the website includes newsletters, a calendar of jazz harp courses and concerts, video lessons, and an online shop for music and sheet music