|8th April 2022|
|8pm - 10pm|
Beacon Arts Centre
Beacon Arts Centre Custom House Quay, Greenock PA15 1HJ
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One of Scotland’s leading harpers, Karen Marshalsay released her critically acclaimed album, The Road to Kennacraig (Four Stars - The Scotsman) in June 2019.
A master of all three Scottish harps -the warm-sounding modern gut-strung clarsach, its wire-strung Gaelic predecessor and the distinctive Bray harp - Karen currently plays in Irish music legend Cathal McConnell’s trio, with whom she has appeared at Celtic Connections in 2018 and 2020. She has also worked with Gaelic piping-singing authority, Allan MacDonald, appearing in his Herald Angel-winning concerts for Edinburgh International Festival, and her love of pipe music gives her playing superb richness.
Great tunes and the entertaining stories behind them feature in an intimate concert.
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