Harmony Negrin began music lessons at the age of five and has been on the stage ever since. Her career as a harpist started at nine years old when she began playing for weddings and community events. She attended a charter arts high school, where she emphasized in music studies and developed a passion for dance. She went on to graduate from Saint Mary’s College of California with the Le Fevre Performing Arts Award where she majored in Dance. She has performed for choreographers such as Janice Garrett, Dana Lawton, Rogelio Lopez, and Jia Wu. In 2012 Harmony was featured in the award winning dance film “Chicken Boy.” She's been involved in numerous performances, ranging from a Kate Mitchel fashion show to movement theater installation art with Tyler Eash. She recently moved to Southern California and is now juggling her passion for the performing arts with a career in Finance. She is looking forward to her second year with the wonderful collaboration that is youTurn.