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Winter Harp

Sat. December 4th 2004 8:00 pm Alix Goolden Performance Hall (All Ages) 8:00 pm
"Winter is the pause that gives life meaning."

Musicians in medieval attire play harps, flutes, drums, bells and an assortment of rare 12th century instruments. Hand drums, tambourines and temple bells provide the backdrop for both traditional and well-loved carols.

The group's focus is the unique and hauntingly-beautiful integration of the world's three oldest instruments (harps, flutes and percussion) with rare medieval instruments, poetry and song.

Winter Harp features poet Alan Woodland, classical harpist Jill Whitman, Celtic harpist and singer Lori Pappajohn, medieval instrumentalist Joaquin Ayala, percussionist Lauri Lyster, flutist Kenichi Ueda, and Celtic harpist Emilie Whitman.

Tickets available: TBA

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Winter Harp (Ensemble)

Musicians in gorgeous medieval attire perform music ranging from Celtic to medieval, flamenco and world. Harps, flutes, rare medieval instruments, percussion, poetry & song. more info
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