Toronto Harpist 3

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Toronto Harpist 3

This Toronto Harpist moved to Toronto as a child and began her musical education with piano lessons at the Royal Conservatory of Music. By the age of twelve she had passed her Grade 10 piano examination and was performing her own compositions at concerts and recitals. Her studies broadened to include harmony, composition, voice and classical guitar.

Toronto Harpist debut

Still in high school, this Toronto Harpist made her professional debut as a pianist with a jazz quartet. A chance encounter during a vacation in England led to extensive appearances in and around London where she worked as a soloist, playing guitar and singing Celtic and traditional music along with her own original songs.

Later, this Toronto Harpist began playing the harp, an instrument she had always dreamed of mastering. She now plays a a 36-string "Enchantress" lever harp, which was custom designed and built for her by “MLC Design”.

Toronto Harpist albums

An accomplished and versatile artist, her busy schedule includes concert and studio work in addition to private and corporate functions. Recently, she released her third CD. Her second CD was released in 2001. This Toronto Harpist's first album features many of her own compositions and has received excellent reviews. Selections from all three albums have received international airplay.

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Country Canada
City Toronto
State/Province Ontario
Performer Type Musical Act

2 responses to “Toronto Harpist 3”

  1. Tanah says:

    “With titles like “Dream”, “The Enchantress of the Wood” and “Moonfyre” (played on an Enchantress harp, no less), one definitely gets a sense of some mystical faery glen in an enchanted wood. The arranging for both instruments and voices is creative and multi-layered.” – Tanah Haney, “The Celtic Harp Page Reviews”

  2. Jennifer Pratt-Walter says:

    “As the first measures played, I became immersed in the skillful and articulate melding of sounds and textures in [her] new CD “After the Fall.” This recording features mostly [her] original works, with vocals accompanied by harp, guitar, cello, flutes and a little percussion. There are two traditional English pieces as well.

    The more I listened, the more I was drawn into how well wrought the instrumentals unfolded. These musicians truly know how to craft a cohesive song. [Her] skills are equally poignant in her lyrics. [Her] vocals were expressive and mutable, very well matched with melodic journeys throughout her pieces.

    [Her] collection of tunes can’t be categorized into a particular style or genre. She demonstrates her prowess and depth as both musician (on harp and guitar) and poet. She and her fellow musicians, Elena Jubinville on cello, Kathryn Moses on flutes, and Rick Shadrach Lazar on percussion, spin their craft seamlessly and with sensitivity. I look forward to [her] future works.”

    Jennifer Pratt-Walter, “Folk Harp Journal”

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