Lethicia Caravello is a classical harpist based in the Denver Metro area. She is the current Principal Harpist of the Colorado Springs Philharmonic Orchestra.
Lethicia has distinguished herself as an accomplished musician in her field and was nominated for the Arthur Foote Award by the Harvard Musical Association for the year 2020. Lethicia has competed in both nationally and internationally receiving first place in the American Protegé International Competition for Piano and Strings, and was a finalist for the American Harp Society National Competition Young Professional Division as well as The American Prize in Instrumental Performance.
Lethicia is an active solo, orchestral, accompanist, and chamber performer. She recently had her Carnegie Hall solo debut in the year 2022 and regularly performs in concerts as a soloist, chamber musician, and in many ensembles. Recent engagements include the Boston Chamber Symphony, Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Portland Symphony Orchestra, Metropolitan Wind Symphony, Las Colinas Symphony, Garland Symphony, Symphony Arlington, Texarkana Symphony, Sherman Symphony, New England Film Orchestra, Nashua Chamber Orchestra, and others. In recent years, she was also the resident artist fellow at the Atlantic Music Festival and the Orchestra of the Americas, and performed in many other classical music festivals such as the Bowdoin International Music Festival, the Brevard Music Festival, the Marrowstone Music Festival, and the National Music Festival.
Lethicia holds a Masters of Music from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and a Bachelors of Music Performance degree from Brigham Young University. Her mentors and teachers include notable harpists Ina Zdorovetchi, Dr. June Han, Felice Pomeranz, Heidi Lehwalder, and Dr. Nicole Brady. Lethicia is a current member of the American Federation of Musicians, the American Harp Society, the Suzuki Association of the Americas, and the Music Teachers National Association.