Enjoy over 40 harpists from around the world at the Festival of Harps 20th Anniversary Celebration! This walk-through concert takes place at the magnificent Chapel of the Chimes, designed by Julia Morgan in a style evocative of gothic cathedrals. Each of the dozens of rooms and alcoves contains a location for a small intimate concert. The audience wanders, with a map, to find the harp music they wish to hear next - Celtic, Renaissance, African, Latin, Scandinavian, Asian, Medieval, Classical, Jazz, Modern, before moving on to hear the next acoustic treasure.
Rudiger Oppermann, New Horizons for Celtic Harp
Park Stickney, Jazz Harp
Ann & Charlie Heymann, Gaelic & Welsh Harps,
Carlos Reyes, Paraguayan Harp
"Drom", , Swedish folk music
Youssoupha Sidibe, West African Kora
Cheryl Ann Fulton, Triple Harp Ensemble
"Ensemble a Contratiempo", Venezuelan Quartet
Laura Zaerr, Contemporary Folk Harp
"Chaskinakuy", Andean Harp Traditions
Natalie Cox and Dan Reiter, Classical Pedal Harp and Cello
Chris Caswell, Celtic Harp
Diana Stork, Lever Harp, and Teed Rockwell, Ragas and Originals
"Cantefable", Medieval Duo
Diana Rowan, Contemporary Lever Harp
"Bindi Society", Global Fusion
Margaret & Kristoph, Celtic, Renaissance, and Medieval
Su Wai, Burmese Harp
"Bella Donna Historic Performers", Renaissance Harp, Vocals & Dance
Karma Moffett, Harp and Tibetan Bells
Portia Diwa, Healing Harp
Mitch Landy, Pop-Jazz Harp
"The Harpers Hall Ensemble"
John Metras, Cross-Strung Harp
"San Francisco Guzheng Youth Ensemble"
Jacqueline Lynaugh, Wire-Strung Harp and Story-Telling
Patrice Haan, Lever Harp and Vocals
"Bay Area Youth Harp Ensemble"
Marianne Mac Donald, Wire-Strung Harp and Wendy Burch, Poetry
Amelia Romano, Contemporary Lever harp
Sage Po, Classical Pedal harp
Callie Ding, Chinese Konghou Harp
Harp Store by Harps Etc.
Zatis Mediterranean Restaurant
Official Website: http://www.multiculturalmusicfellowship.org/foh.html
Added by FullCalendar on August 31, 2009