Harp master class shows skill

There was joy in the School of Music in Pender Harbour last week, with the distinctive sound of 12 Celtic harps. It was the completion of a three-day master class for harp students from Alberta and B.C. led by renowned harpist, composer and teacher Kim Robertson from Wisconsin and Janelle Nadeau, well known for her work with the Vancouver Symphony and Opera Orchestras. The short concert offered a showcase for the students, most of whom had taken up the harp as adults, to play for family and friends who filled the concert space with well-earned applause.

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