Our Mission

Harp & Meditation

HARP AND MEDITATION seeks to support emotional balance and resiliency in our ever-changing and increasingly challenging world. We value compassion, loving kindness, healing, and hopefulness within creative practices. Our intention is to build a caring, supportive community, lovingly united in common purpose and hope. To that end, HARP AND MEDITATION is donating 100 percent of proceeds from its monthly programs to the Helen and Harry Gray Cancer Centers of Hartford Hospital on behalf of cancer patients, their families and health care providers. We believe that when connected in a caring, harmonious community, we become a powerful and vibrant force in the world!

Please join us for this unique musical and meditative experience. Marcie Swift will play her luminous, therapeutic harp to soothe your soul and Angela Mazur will guide you through a Mindful Self-Compassion meditation to help you gently connect to each moment.

Upcoming Events

The Harp and Meditation program will be held every other month. Complimentary for Hartford HealthCare cancer patients and healthcare providers. All are welcome regardless of the ability to pay.

All proceeds are donated to the Helen & Harry Gray Cancer Centers of Hartford Hospital.

Listen to previous event recordings.



Harp & Meditation

Sunday, September 19, 2021 | 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM, EST Where: Anywhere, event via Zoom Suggested Donation $10.00

Enjoy Harp & Meditation with Angela Mazur, LCSW, LLC and Marcie Swift, M.Ed., NCSP, CMP. Please join us for this unique musical and meditative experience. Marcie Swift will play her luminous Celtic harp to soothe your soul and Angela Mazur will guide you through a Mindful Self-Compassion meditation to help you gently connect to each moment.

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"When two extraordinary healers come together, the healing impact is not just doubled but multiplied exponentially. I’m so thankful for all the wisdom, compassion, and light that come into the world through Angela and Marcie."

________ Dr. Brandon Nappi
Founder and Director of Copper Beech Institute