Hailed as “Tennessee’s Premier Harpist”, Joanna Seiber is known for providing an elegant touch to events around the US. She recently relocated with her husband, Anthony to Knoxville, Tennessee from her hometown in Chestertown, Maryland. Throughout her time in Knoxville, she has been a featured performer for the University of Tennessee, Carson Newman University, and groups from Knoxville Symphony.
Shortly after graduating from Liberty University with a degree in Commercial Music in 2023, Joanna gave her first Carnegie Hall debut in New York City as principal harpist in a symphonic production. At Carnegie Hall, she provided harp parts for the 50th Anniversary of the musical, “Celebrate Life” and Dove-award winning artists, Selah and Travis Cottrell. These performances were featured in the hall’s most distinguished Stern auditorium. Since her Carnegie Hall work, she has done contract work with Dollywood Theme Parks, Howe Farms in Chattanooga, PBS, and other prestigious venues around the country. Her work at Carnegie Hall has been recently featured on Knox TN Today and the Nashville Bride Guide.
In the fall of 2023, Joanna officially launched a studio base in the Farragut area of Knoxville and has been teaching both piano and harp students. While teaching full time, she studies with the principal harpist of Knoxville Symphony, Cindy Emory, while preparing for concert tours around the world. Shortly after launching her studio in the fall, she graduated from the Berklee College of Music, obtaining her studies in Music Theory & Composition.
Joanna currently provides music around areas of East Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and beyond. She accepts contract jobs for symphonic productions, arranges music for string trios/quartets, and performs for weddings on a monthly basis. Her new business, Joanna Seiber Entertainment, hires musicians around the South for events, providing a variety of classical, jazz, country, and popular tunes. In the summer of 2024, the entertainment team will be producing their first concert series, called "Night Under the Stars", and will debut the Tennessee Harp Trio.