Dr. Alaina Graiser is the adjunct instructor of harp at Rhodes College and adjunct instructor of music at Arkansas State University. Dr. Graiser has shared her passion for music with students through teaching applied harp lessons, aural theory, music theory, class piano, and music appreciation and serving as a collaborative pianist at the collegiate level. Her specific expertise in harp pedagogy has led to engagements such as adjunct instructor of harp pedagogy at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music and guest lecturer at the World Harp Congress in Sydney, Australia; the American Harp Society Summer Institute in Logan, Utah; the Lexington Talent Education Association Midwinter Harp Workshop; and harp pedagogy courses around the US and Canada. Dr. Graiser served as the treasurer of the Greater Houston Chapter of the American Harp Society, president of Cincinnati Chapter, and director of the annual Cincinnati Summer Harp Camp. Dr. Graiser has performed across the United States and Canada, including performances at Carnegie Hall, the American Harp Society Summer Institute, the Percussive Arts Society International Convention, and regional tours with the REFLECT harp+percussion duo. Dr. Graiser received her DMA in harp performance from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music with Gillian Benet Sella, following her MM from the University of Toronto with Judy Loman and the BM from the University of Texas at Austin with Delaine Leonard. Dr. Graiser lives in Jonesboro, AR with her husband Brian, her sons William and Jonathan, and their two rabbits.