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Granger Harpist ~ Holiday Music at the Harris Branch Library

This December, I was asked to come back to the Harris Branch Library to present another afternoon concert of holiday music.  Set up next to the Christmas tree near the library’s entrance, patrons could grab a seat and listen, or … Continue reading

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Granger Harpist ~ Christmas Harp Music at Harris Library

I’ve really been making the rounds performing at libraries this holiday season!  My last concert of 2011 was at the Harris Branch of the Mishawaka Public Library in Granger, Indiana.  Set up in front of the fireplace, it was a … Continue reading

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South Bend Harpist ~ Mother’s Day Fashion Show Music

On the Saturday before Mother’s Day, the Village at Arborwood hosted their third annual fashion show.  The clothing was provided by the Dress Barn and Fashion Bug, and the models were the directors and residents of Arborwood.  Everyone had a … Continue reading

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Northpoint Afternoon Adventures Harp Class

The parents of one of my piano students asked if I would be interested in teaching a 5-week class at their elementary school, and I jumped at the chance!  I spent those five weeks with nine students, grades 1 through 5, at … Continue reading

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February Events

February was a busier month than usual, and started off with an exciting evening on Valentine’s Day.  I spent the night playing harp duets at Strongbow Inn in Valparaiso, Indiana.  It’s not often that you get to see and hear two … Continue reading

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