Sunita harp performances are suitable for many occasions

. . . . . masterful improvisations . . .
     . . . . . an incredibly gifted harpist . . .
         . . . . . Her music transcends the worldly plane . . .
International Folk Harp Journal

Sunita can add an elegant touch to your wedding, party, corporate event, or an evening at home with family and friends.

Whether solo harp, or with flute, violin, or clarinet, Sunita's music can make the difference for your special day.

Sunita was a delegate from Israel at the 2011 World Harp Congress in Vancouver, Canada. She was interviewed there about her work in Israel. In the video below, Sunita discusses her work as a therapeutic harpist in Israeli hospitals, and the organizing of the first Israeli Harp festival in October 2011.

Sunita also works as a therapeutic harpist at Schneider and Meir Hospitals. She was featured on Israeli television as a tribute to her medical work. The Television program can be viewed at this link.
Sunita Staneslow is a native of Minnesota but has made Israel her home since the year 2000. She has become widely known for her accessible arrangements for the harp and has fifteen books published by Afghan Press, Mel Bay and Sylvia Woods. A graduate of the Manhattan School of Music, Sunita is classically trained but has a passion for traditional music. Her career has spanned many genres and she has recorded CDs of Jewish, Celtic and classical music.

 Since 2007, Sunita has been working as a therapeutic harpist at the Schneider Children’s Medical Center in Israel. Sunita is a frequent performer and instructor at major North American folk harp festivals, was featured in the Virtual Harp Summit and is a lever harp instructor for the on-line Harp Column Academy.

You can find Sunita walking her dogs by the sea in Jaffa or playing in a session at a local Irish pub. In 2015, she spent six months with her husband cycling across Europe with her harp! They now run boutique harp tours of Scotland and their next project is to renovate an old stone house in Shetland that will become their spring home.