The Brandywine Harp Orchestra, an ensemble of celtic harpists, will perform at Grace Church in Haddonfield on Saturday, April 30 at 7 p.m. The Brandywine Harp Orchestra, based in the Brandywine valley of Southeastern Pennsylvania and Delaware, consists of 12 harpers of diverse ages with seasoned harp skills and extensive musical backgrounds. Presented by the Haddonfield Center for the Performing Arts, the concert will be followed by a “meet-the-artists” reception with complimentary refreshments.
Tickets are available on the Center’s website, www.haddonfieldarts.org (click on “Concerts”), or by calling the box office at (856) 685–9226. Admission will also be available at the door, but the center encourages advance purchase. Admission is $15, and children under 12 are admitted free. Patrons can find out more about the Brandywine Harp Orchestra at www.brandywineharps.com.
With their musically diverse programs, the Harp Orchestra has delighted audiences at Longwood Gardens, Mt. Gretna Tabernacle, the Everett Theater, the American Harp Society 2004 National Conference, Smyrna Opera House, Williamsburg Scottish Games, and over a hundred church and community concert series. They have produced two best selling CDs. In 2009, they were the first American Celtic harp orchestra to perform at the Edinburgh International Harp Festival in the festival’s 29-year history.
The Haddonfield Center for the Performing Arts is located at Grace Episcopal Church at 19 Kings Highway East in Haddonfield. Parking is available along Kings Highway, in the Tanner Street municipal lot, located behind Grace Church, and in the PATCO station lot. Evening and weekend parking is free in Haddonfield and at the train station. Additional details and tickets for all events on the Center’s 2015–16 series can be found on the Center’s website, www.haddonfieldarts.org, or by calling the box office at (856) 685–9226. Online orders are subject to a 10 percent discount when patrons order tickets to two or more different shows in one transaction.