One of my favourite harpers of all time. Anyone who says the folk harp is limited has never seen him play.
Super groovy improv, guaranteed to brighten up your day. Via alizbar (Hungary). Sorry, not much info included with this one.
The daily schedule, including workshops and all activities has been posted on the site:
The Harp Gathering will take place from May 18-20, 2012 in Archbold, Ohio.
Major props to harpist Alex Bigney for giving the pedal harp a truly Celtic voice. Every other time I’ve heard Celtic music played on pedal harp it either sounded stilted or over-played. This set rocks!
Legends of the Celtic Harp: Patrick Ball, Lisa Lynne, and Aryeh Frankfurter. Freight and Salvage, Berkeley, CA. More clips of the concert can be found @ PatrickBall1
From Mary Muckle, via the OntarioHarps list:
January 28, 2012
SAINT BRIGID’S EVE
A Celtic music performance in celebration of the female patron saint of Ireland.
7:30pm, SAINT BRIGID’S CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, 310 Patrick St., entrance on Cumberland St.
The concert features MARY MUCKLE, harp & voice; KIRSTEN CARLSON, flute; THE OTTAWA YOUTH HARP ENSEMBLE under the direction of Mary Muckle, and the vocal trio DAUGHTERS OF BRIEN. Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door. For information email email@example.com or phone 613-144-7373
The New Year’s update of the Celtic Harp Page is well under-way. Our harp-related Events section has been updated for 2012, and we’ve reactivated the popular Used and Wanted Harps classified section after a long hiatus due to increased interest from scammers back in 2010.
If you have your company or group listed on the Celtic Harp Page, please check to make sure that all your information is correct and up-to-date. If not, let us know by sending a note to comments @ celticharper.com (without the spaces).
Events listings can be sent to events @ celticharper.com
The 2012 Dates and Info for the Goderich Celtic College & Celtic Roots Festival are up early this year! Both Kim Robertson and Sharlene Wallace will be there, along with a ton of other amazing Celtic and folk musicians.
Schedules and other updates will be posted on their main site, so keep an eye on http://www.celticfestival.ca/
If you’re on Facebook, you can visit the Celtic Roots Festival Facebook page here.
Goderich was hard hit by a tornado in 2011, and is still rebuilding, so they can use all the help you can give. Information on donations and volunteer efforts can be found here.
One of my favourite tunes. TinWhistler playing with Ulli from Germany.
The Peterborough-Kawarthas harpists will be joining in the spirit of Peace Hour by holding a harp circle on Sunday, Sept. 11th, starting at 1:30 p.m (location TBA). All harpists welcome.
Official Facebook page for Peace Hour (an all-day international event): http://on.fb.me/o5NCe3
Peterborough Harp Circle Event page: http://on.fb.me/osT3VJ
Updates will be posted here and on our Facebook page.