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"I highly recommend Jennifer for your wedding. She was very professional and insightful throughout the planning process. She was great at helping us determine exactly what pieces would be best for each portion of our ceremony. Jennifer has so much experience and a great feel for what will work aesthetically and practically. She was very easy to work with and I never had to worry about the ceremony music once we had met with her. On the wedding day she was there in plenty of time to make adjustments and sounded amazing. To have my ears full of a beautiful harp piece as I watched my bride walk down the aisle was a moment I will never forget. "

David & Callie G.
June 22, 2014

Music and rhythm find their way into the secret places of the soul.  Plato


Jennifer Keller - HarpistFrom elegant affairs in private homes, to casual cocktail parties in hotel atriums, and from theater orchestras to studio recording, Jennifer Keller enjoys playing harp for them all. A truly versatile professional, her playing ranges from traditional wedding favorites and sophisticated standards, to time-honored symphonic works and freshly-inked jingles. 

She also devotes time to working with student harpists, visiting Ball State University (her alma mater) regularly and presenting workshops on subjects such as amplification, client interaction and repertoire. Locally, she has coached the student harpists of the Elgin Youth Symphony Orchestras, and has taught Music Appreciation at Elgin Community College.  

Originally from the metropolitan Detroit area, Jennifer Keller began studying harp with Patricia Terry-Ross of Wayne State University.  Six years later, she received a full, four-year scholarship to Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, to study with Elizabeth Richter.  After earning her Bachelor of Music degree in Harp Performance, she continued her education at Boston University, studying with renowned teacher Lucile Lawrence and completing a Master of Music degree in Harp.  She also spent two summers of intense study with Miss Lawrence at the Tanglewood Institute in Lenox, Massachusetts, in addition to her time in Boston.