AHS Live!

New!  AHS Live! Interactive AHS Member Community

Did you miss SummerFest in June?  It was an entertaining collection of offerings online via AHS Live! for AHS national members.  You're in luck - recordings are now available in the "Upcoming Events" agenda!  Log in TODAY to see what you missed, or enjoy something again.  Read on to learn how. . . 


New for 2021, AHS has launched an online interactive community for the web and mobile devices!  Here you will find direct links to livestreamed events such as the Annual Membership Meeting, SummerFest activities, regional events, the latest AHS news, social opportunities, and ways to connect with other members and special interest groups.

There are two ways to join in the fun.  From your desktop, use the web page app:


Or if you're on the move, get the Socio mobile app for your phone or tablet:


Please note that you must register in the Socio app (website or mobile) with the same email address you have on file with AHS.  Then just search for "AHS" and you'll find the AHS Live! app.  If you are a new member, it may take a few days for your permission settings to include the app.  If your email is not recognized, you may always click the message offered to request access .

Socio on the web should work well with Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari, and Microsoft Edge browsers, but Chrome is recommended for the best experience.  Be sure your Chrome is updated to the latest version for all features to work well.

Not a member yet?  Join today to access AHS Live!

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Visit the "Upcoming Events" agenda in AHS Live! to see the recordings from these sessions and more of June's SummerFest Events!  

June 21-23:
Young Composers Project

June 21 at 12 Noon EDT:
Harp Care Panel

June 25-28:  Final Division Performances,
2021 National Competition

Streamed LIVE from the Colburn School in Los Angeles, California. Watch the competition division recordings on the AHS YouTube Channel.

Live Online Video Tour of the
International Harp Archives!

The AHS equivalent to a virtual museum tour! Live from the Harold B Lee Library at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah!