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The Temple Harp Project was born from our vision to build the harps for the future Temple.
We are inviting individuals, congregations and groups worldwide to be a part of The Temple Harp Project.
Silenced for 2,000 years, the restoration of the ancient harp of David began when the first Harrari harp was built in 1984.
Since 1987, we have worked in partnership with the Temple Institute, a non-profit organization located in the Old City of Jerusalem, to prepare the harps that will be needed for the future Temple.
The harp that we build from your contributions will be entrusted to the
Temple Institute of Jerusalem for dedication and safekeeping.
There they will be kept on public display awaiting their true purpose, to bring forth holy music in the Temple, sending this blessing of sound and healing out to the whole world.
Micah Harrari presenting a donated Atara Nevel to Rabbi Ariel director of The Temple Institute Jerusalem
Each donation of a Temple Harp will include a personalized certificate of donation sent to the donor.
The names of the sponsoring individuals or congregation will be inscribed on a scroll to be presented to the chief Levi who will be in charge of the Temple orchestra when the time comes into its
fulfillment for these harps to be played.