Dance to the music of Freeland Barbour and The Occasionals.
Edinburgh International Harp Festival
It's hard to believe there are only two people on stage as this awe inspiring duo weave their way between glorious soundscapes and music of breathtaking simplicity.
Along with Mr McFall’s Chamber, Maeve Gilchrist premieres a work commissioned from her by The Edinburgh International Harp Festival.
The ticket price includes tea/coffee/etc.
In the spirit of friendship and fun for which our festival is famous, YOU are invited to join in a concert of music by four well known arrangers and composers who will each rehearse and then lead the
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