"Ms Turner's love of the music makes her an amazing artist with high ambitions for her students."  Sylvana Labeyrie, France

Eleanor holds Intensive Study days at her home in Stamford, England. London Stansted Airport is a 1 hour 40 mins direct train to Stamford, where Eleanor lives. Stamford is a quaint and beautiful town and you will stay at Eleanor's home, a ten minute walk from the town centre and just minutes from a supermarket and the swimming pool. Eleanor shares her home with her three children (19, 9 and baby). 

A two or three day course is for fine-tuning repertoire for recording, studying contemporary music such as Schafer's 'The Crown of Ariadne', preparing Deborah Henson-Conant's music (Eleanor comes recommended by DHC herself), or developing a show or project. 

Whilst we are still in a covid-wary situation, most of Eleanor's tuition is taking place online. She offers one-on-one tuition via Zoom either in a course of lessons or one-off, usually one hour lessons. 

Eleanor has available for use two full-size Salvi pedal harps, a Camac 32 string electroharp and a Camac 38 string clarsach. (Plus amp, sound system, loop stations, effects pedals and drum machine) A metronome, tuning key, electronic tuning machine, and spare strings are provided. Wifi, bedding, towels and meals are also included in the tuition cost which is £50 per hour. You are not expected to make any payment towards food or accommodation, both of which are very humble! For enquiries, including availability, email Eleanor.Turner@bcu.ac.uk  Once dates have been agreed, payment can be made online by PayPal or bank transfer, or in cash.  

"I rediscovered my love for harp after the study weekend. Ms Turner helped me grow my technique to a level that I felt control over the sound and tone I could produce. The most inspiring aspect was Ms Turner's passion and musicality. I learnt not only about the harp but also about music as a whole. My inner fire for music was fuelled by Ms Turner's presence and passion."  Vivienne Janse van Rensburg, South Africa