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East Coast concert “trailer”

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East Coast Adventures!

Hi all, I’m excited about an upcoming trip to the East coast of the USA. First, I’ll be attending the Somerset harp festival. This is a 4 day (July 21-24th) celebration of the folk harp, with tons of workshops and … Continue reading

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YouTube milestones! (700,000 total views)

I know I’ve been pretty quite recently in terms of blog posts/facebook/YouTube, etc. Keeping busy, though! (See my next post for info about my upcoming East Coast adventure). In the meantime, I reached a couple large numbers on my YouTube … Continue reading

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May newsletter

Hi all, I sent my May newsletter out awhile ago and forgot to post it here! (And of course you can subscribe here to get my newsletter delivered right to your inbox) Harp and Organ, East Coast trip, Harp repair … Continue reading

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Harp and Organ concert this weekend!

I have a concert coming up this Saturday with organist Jim Hill, plus four vocalists. The concert is part of St. Matthias’s Music in the House series and takes place at 7:30pm, Saturday May 28th. Tickets are $15/$10 available at … Continue reading

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Slow Motion Monday ep. 10

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Harp Tuesday – looking at Songs of Nymphs part 1

The first of a two part look at Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich’s beautiful harp solo “Songs of Nymphs”. Written for Erica Goodman in 1988 with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council, Songs of Nymphs is made up of four … Continue reading

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Songs of Nymphs live concert video

A live performance of Canadian composer Marjan Mozetich’s beautiful harp solo “Songs of Nymphs”. Written for Erica Goodman in 1988 with the assistance of the Ontario Arts Council, Songs of Nymphs is made up of four songs, or movements: Prelude … Continue reading

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