Harpcello Performance Chair
What makes the Harpcello Performance Chair different?
Entirely customizable, the Conductor’s Chair is made with high quality foam, and is completely adjustable to each individual musician. Furthermore we understand that a harp player could be lifting a heavy instrument, putting strain on the body if not given the proper support.
The Concert Design Harpcello Performance Chair is specifically made for musicians with comfortable foam, adjustable seat height, and slope, and adjustable back. Our chairs provide comfort that will last hours for all your practice and performance needs.
- Seat- Our seats are able to slope forward or backward depending on what is most comfortable for you, and can be adjusted up or down quietly with the levers attached to the seat.
There are four backs available for the Harpcello Performance Chair.
- Straight- Fits the average musician
- Straight Tall- Puts the back cushion higher up
- 2” Bend- Brings the cushion forward on the seat
- 4” Bend- Brings the cushion further forward on the seat
- Additionally, the backs are able to be adjusted up or down, forward or backward, and are able to tilt forward or backward depending on the musician’s specific needs.
- If you would like to inquire about any custom designs, please email us at email@example.com, and we will be happy to discuss your wants and needs
“I am able to practice everyday for an hour or more without experiencing back pain. The service was exceptionally good.” Geralyn Harder, Pine Grove, CA (Geralyn uses the Interval HarpCello Chair as her piano chair)
“My son loves the comfort of his ergonomic cello chair. He used to complain of the discomfort of wooden chairs. Though pricey, it is a worthy investment for the serious musician.” Louis Velazquez, S. Deerfield, MA, his son uses interval harpcello chair
“I am devoted to my Concert Design chair. It makes long hours of practice, rehearsals, and performances comfortable and much less tiring. Customer service is excellent, very prompt and helpful. Sal works with you to make sure the chair is customized to best suit your needs. It is absolutely worth the investment.”Ann Lobotzke, principal harp, Milwaukee Ballet Orchestra, uses the interval harp ‘gig’ stool with back support
“The interval harp chair is sturdy and gives very good support, especially to the lower back. What I really like is that it is easily adjustable in so many positions. I can adjust the support to wherever I need it that day.”Linda E. Spollen, harpist, Columbia, MO
“This is the best chair on the market for any harp/cello musician. Whether you play professionally or as a hobby, your back will thank you for buying this chair!” Marti Hall-Powers, harpist, Kansas City, MO
“Although I am a beginner harpist, playing or rather learning the harp would have been far more difficult on an uncomfortable or improperly fitting chair. The Harp Performance Chair is very comfortable, and attractive too. Harps are expensive. Why would I put an unattractive or uncomfortable chair beside it? I deserve the best! Customer service was excellent.” Irene
Laurel Wright, harpist from Salt Lake City, UT, writes: “I have back problems and your chair is a lifesaver! Whoever invented backless harp benches should be made to sit in them – that would be punishment enough! My Concert Design Harp Chair has transformed my daily practice sessions from sheer torture after the first 15 minutes into the ability to sit for several hours at a time if I so desire. This has definitely improved my skill as a musician since I don’t have to constantly fight back pain. I consider my chair to be an investment in my health, as well as making me a better musician.”
“The Concert Design Harp Chair is brilliantly designed for the serious harpist.”Patty Masri-Fletcher, Principal Harp, Detroit Symphony.
“The Interval Harp Performance Chair has made my playing in the orchestra much more enjoyable. The Harp Chair provides the needed support and makes it possible for me to enjoy rehearsals and performances – even when I am not playing, it’s restful and supportive.” Judy Loman, former principal harp, Toronto Symphony Orchestra, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto.