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Spellbinding Winter Harp in Chilliwack Dec. 19

Spellbinding Winter Harp in Chilliwack Dec. 19 - SUBMITTED PHOTO
Spellbinding Winter Harp in Chilliwack Dec. 19
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Treat your-self to an exquisite Christmas masterpiece with the extraordinary musicians of Winter Harp as they perform hauntingly-beautiful Christmas carols, Celtic melodies and medieval music.

Capturing the spirit of the season and dazzling audiences for nearly two decades with their mesmerizing show, Winter Harp will transform the main theatre into a stunning cathedral adorned with golden instruments and candlelight, a delight for all the senses. Stunning backdrops, celestial harps, medieval costumes and an assortment of beautiful ancient and rare instruments, creates a heartwarming and magnificent concert.

Joining Winter Harp this year is the legendary Kim Robertson, a virtuoso musician considered among the world’s leading Celtic harpists. Credited with the renaissance of the Celtic harp in North America, her ground-breaking arrangements and passionate performances helped launch the Celtic harp into the modern world. Her work encompasses more than 40 recording projects and an international itinerary of workshops, concerts and retreats. Also joining Winter Harp is the acclaimed singer and harper Roger Helfrick with a voice that is pure gold, and the popular harper/narrator Patrick Ball.

A masterpiece that you’ll never forget, join the performance where Christmas begins and be part of the magic.

Presented by The Chilliwack Arts & Cultural Centre Society, this world-class ensemble captures the magic of the Christmas Season on Wednesday, Dec. 19 in the Cultural Centre at 7:30 p.m. 604-391-SHOW(7469)

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