Join us for our next Chapter event in February, a sponsored talk with harp technician and regulation expert, Steve Moss of Moss Harp Service. This sponsored talk features topics on lever and pedal harp tuning, safe cleaning methods for the harp, professional techniques for replacing wire strings, moving your harp safely with a dolly, and transporting your harp. The event will take place February 24 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM at the home of Susi Hussong. Steve Moss will be scheduling regulations from February 19-24 by appointment. Please contact Susi Hussong to make arrangements.
Also on February 24 at 3:00 PM, Alec Sjoholm will give a solo harp recital at Skyline in Seattle. Alec is a student of Catherine Case, and previously studied with Naomi Kato.Alec recently won the concerto competition at Pacific Lutheran University, where he currently studies as a Junior. For our Tacoma members, Alec will be performing the first movement of the Gliere harp concerto with the PLU Symphony Orchestra during their student showcase event on Tuesday, March 19 at 8:00 PM.
*The Washington Wind Symphony is in need of a volunteer harpist for their spring performance on April 28. The performance will contain many GREAT harp parts including the Overture to Candide, All of Carmina Burana, Riften Wed by Julie Giroux, and Shogun by Lewis Norfleet. Rehearsals take place in Redmond on Mondays starting in February. The Washington Wind Symphony is a 501c(3). This is a great opportunity for an advanced student, or a professional who would be willing to donate their time to the non-profit organization. Contact the conductor, Parker Bixby, if you are interested.
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Saturday, February 23, 8:00 PM CHA trio opens: Carol J Levin, electric harp, loops & effects, Heather Bentley, electric viola/violin, loops & effects, Amelia Love Clearheart, spoken word, loops & effects. Chapel Performance Space in the Good Shepherd Center. 4649 Sunnyside Ave, Seattle. Free, donations are welcomed. Add to calendar.
Sunday, February 24, 2:00PM Talk: Harp Maintenance with Steve Moss,sponsored by the AHS Greater Seattle Chapter. 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM at the home of Susi Hussong. 2640 NW North Beach Dr, Seattle. $5 for non-AHS Chapter members, free for members. Add to calendar.
Sunday, February 24, 3:30PM Student Solo Harp Recital at Skyline: Alec Sjoholm Alec recently won the concerto competition at Pacific Lutheran University. Alec is a student of Catherine Case, and previously studied with Naomi Kato. 725 9th Ave, Seattle. Free. Add to calendar.
Sunday, February 24, 6:15PM Epiphany Music Guild featuring baroque guitar and harp The baroque harp has a special affinity for the baroque guitar and lute – together they can create a wide variety of texture, color, and dynamics. Featuring Stephen Stubbs, Baroque guitar and Maxine Eilander, Baroque harp. Epiphany Parish of Seattle.1805 38th Avenue, Seattle. Free. Add to calendar.
Wednesday, February 27, 7:00PM The Daphnes perform music from “Braids of Kabuya”. North City Bistro and Wine Shop, 1520 NE 177th St., Shoreline. Tickets are $10.00. Reservations can be made by calling (206) 365-4447. For more information, go to http://northcitybistro.com for more information. Add to calendar.