Professional Harpist Maryanne Meyer Performs Classical Favorites At Marple Library, 4/29

Professional Harpist Maryanne Meyer Performs Classical Favorites At Marple Library, 4/29

The Friends of the Marple Public library in Broomall is pleased to announce that Ms. Maryanne Meyer a classically trained professional Harpist, will be our featured guest artist on Tuesday April, 29 at 7:30 pm in the library's lower level community room.

Ms. Meyer is originally from Vincennes, Indiana and currently resides in Philadelphia. She began studying the piano at age 4 and the harp at age 12. Ms. Meyer is an active orchestral harpist, chamber musician and solo recitalist both in the Philadelphia area and in her home state of Indiana. Maryanne serves as Principal Harpist with Tri-Cities Opera in Binghamton, New York, appears frequently with the Delaware Symphony, Binghamton Philharmonic, as second harpist with the Baltimore Symphony, and has performed several concerts with the Philadelphia Orchestra. She has presented numerous chamber music concerts throughout the mid-Atlantic region as a founding member of the Philadelphia Harp Trio. An in-demand opera and musical theater collaborator, she has performed as pit harpist in recent Barrymore Award-winning productions of The Light in the Piazza and Sunday in the Park with George.

She maintains a vibrant private teaching studio in Haddonfield, New Jersey and is the resident harp instructor at Rowan University, Settlement Music School and the Girard Academic Music Program middle and high school in Philadelphia. She serves as Artistic Coordinator for the prestigious Saratoga Harp Colony and has also been a faculty member at the Young Artists Harp Seminar in Rabun Gap, Georgia. Maryanne holds a Bachelor of Music degree and Performer Diploma in harp performance from the Jacobs School of Music at Indiana University, where she studied with Distinguished Professor of Music Susann McDonald. She completed her Master of Music studies at Temple University's Boyer College of Music and Dance with Philadelphia Orchestra Principal Harpist Elizabeth Hainen.

The program is free and open to the public. Marple Public Library 2599 Sproul Road, Broomall. Reservations are requested but not required at 610-356-1510. A reception of delicious desserts will immediately follow the concert so all can meet our guest artist.

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