I've just updated Harpblog's various listings - competitions, festivals, courses and the general diary. A lot of events get posted twice: a festival, for example, goes not only into the diary but also - funnily enough - up on the "festivals" page.
Some things only go up in the general diary, so I would like to draw your attention to a couple of nuts-and-bolts events that are an integral part of our instrument service.
Firstly: our regulation tours. Jakez, Daniel and our team of technicians are perpetually off on regulation tours and we do our best to make regulating your Camac as convenient for you as possible. Please get in touch with us at any time if you would like to know when the next regulation tour near you is going to be, or if you would like to ask us to organise one. Regulations are usually possible at our other events too, such as festivals, assuming one of our technicians is attending.
It's a hard life, carrying out regulation tours. This is where Jakez was last week, Qatar...
Secondly, on March the 26th and 27th, we are holding another big sale of second-hand harps (all makes) at l'Espace Camac in Paris. We have a substantial collection of second-hand harps which get part-traded for new Camacs. We overhaul these harps thoroughly before selling them on, so the sale is a great chance to find a lot of second-hand instruments together that have all been newly conditioned.
A second-hand Atlantide after servicing in our workshops. This particular harp is no longer for sale, but gives you an idea of the sort of restoration work we do before selling on second-hand instruments.
You'll be relieved to see our workshops are non-smoking as well. Either that, or agree that one cleverer than me would have moved the harp six inches to the left before photographing it.