Judy Henry is a dedicated musician, a seasoned performer and an experienced and patient teacher. She is an Associate of the Royal Conservatory of Toronto in flute performance and holds a Bachelor of Music from the University of Alberta. She has also studied Baroque flute in the summer programs of Early Music Vancouver. Significant teachers include Kathleen Rudolph and Brenda Fedoruk and she has attended and/or participated in masterclasses with Janet See, Robert Aitken, Sir James Galway and Peter Lloyd. Judy also studied piano and pipe organ for 14 years.
In the early 2000s, Judy immersed herself in the Celtic harp, studying with Rebecca Blair and Alys Howe (now in Cape Breton). She has taken masterclasses and seminars with Kim Robertson, Maire Ni Chathasaigh, Therese Honey, Sharlene Wallace, Harper Tasche and Grainne Hambly.
Judy maintains an active studio in White Rock, B.C. (flute, piano, Celtic harp and music theory) and enjoys a busy performing schedule all over the Lower Mainland.
Judy’s lever harp was made in Oregon by Dave Thormahlen. It is a gut-strung Concert Swan and stands 56 inches high. Being made of walnut with a cedar soundboard, the sound is warm and delicious.