Alina Bzhezhinska is one of the leading educators and performers in the UK. She studied at the F. Chopin Academy of Music in Warsaw, Poland (Masters in Arts), and The University of Arizona, USA (Masters in Music Performance). 

She was a Lecturer of Harp at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland from  2008 - 2017.


From October 2017 Bzhezhinska teaches harp at Goldsmiths University, London.

She gives regular master classes in classical music and jazz. Her workshop Steps to Excellence was warmly received at the World Harp Congress in Sydney, Australia in 2014. 

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Bzhezhinska composes for harp and harp ensembles.

Her harp compositions from the book Steps to Excellence have been chosen for Trinity College London graded music exams 2015­/2019.

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Individual tuition and group lessons are available at studio in Islington, London or over SKYPE.

Tuition fees:

All individual lessons: £50 (60min)

Master Class: £20.

SKYPE lesson: £45 (60min)

Please go to “Alinaharpist” and sign in.

What can you learn?


Beginner’s classes introduce students to basic techniques and inspire them to work on music on their own in areas of traditional and classical music. They are tailored to the individual students needs and encourage progression.

Technique improvement:

This is focused on how to control your hand position and body movement. This will improve the sound whilst at the same time encouraging a relaxed position. 

Learn faster and perform without stress:

All students are encouraged to work using Renie’s Repair Point method and Neuro Linguistic Programming. These will help with performance technique as well as help the students to grow in confidence.


Learn your favourite pieces of music or prepare for the Grade Examination:

As well as focusing on technique, all students are advised to learn complete pieces and prepare for examinations.


Arranging New Music for the Harp:

The goal of this class is to encourage students to explore music beyond the existing repertoire for the harp.