Dominique Dodge is a harper and singer from northern New Hampshire. In 2005, she earned a BA First Class Honors Degree in Scottish Music from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD), in Glasgow, Scotland. While in Scotland, Dominique studied with many renowned artists, including some of the premier harp players in the field: Patsy Seddon, Wendy Stewart, Corrina Hewat, Catriona McKay, Mary MacMaster, Alison Kinnaird, and Ingrid Henderson. Dominique studied Scots song with Alison McMorland and Karine Polwart, and Gaelic song with Kenna Campbell and Mairi MacInnes. Dominique has performed at Denmark's Tønder Festival, the Celtic Connections Festival in Glasgow, the Edinburgh Harp Festival, and the Edinburgh Fiddle Festival as well as for HRH the Prince of Wales and at the opening of the Scottish Parliament Building. In the US, she has been the featured harper at the NH Highland Games and at the New World Festival in Vermont. Dominique released a self-titled solo album in the spring of 2006. The recording features lively Scottish dance tunes and traditional songs, as well as Dominique's own compositions. Teaching is one of Dominique's strengths. She enjoys working with both children and adults, and has experience in group and private tuition. She has taught at the Gaelic College in Nova Scotia, the Ohio Scottish Arts School, and the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama. She has also taught at the NH School of Scottish Arts in Manchester, NH, and Edinburgh, Scotland.