Sharon Hanjian Rondeau began the study of the harp at the age of eight with Dr. Aristid von Wurtzler at the Hartt School of Music, University of Hartford. Her first public performance was at the age of 9 on Channel 3 in Hartford as a member of the Hartt College Harp Ensemble and as a soloist.
For nearly three decades, Sharon freelanced throughout the Northeast, including at a Hartford, CT reception where Sarah Ferguson, the Duchess of York, was the guest speaker, and a November 2004 performance with the University of Connecticut Studio Orchestra at Carnegie Hall.
In April 2009, Sharon's first publication, "Easy Scottish Harp Music," was released by www.billsmusicshelf.com, a division of Mel Bay Publishing. Since retiring from public performance at the end of 2016, Sharon has devoted her time to notating and publishing the many selections she arranged for harp and performed at hundreds of engagements over her career. Many of her Celtic arrangements are found on her CD, “Celtic Reflections,” available at CD Baby.