C2 Wendy Stewart : Fraya Thomsen, Winner of Princess Margaret of the Isles Competition


THE EDINBURGH INTERNATIONAL HARP FESTIVAL 2022 SATURDAY AFTERNOON CONCERT

SPONSORED BY THE CLAN DONALD LANDS TRUST

https://www.armadalecastle.com

 

PERFORMERS:

Fraya Thomson

http://www.frayathomsen.com

 

Wendy Stewart

http://www.cairnwatermusic.com

 

Wendy Stewart: Music from the Borderlands
No stranger to the festival, Wendy, through her inspiring performances, has introduced many to the harp. Originally from Edinburgh, she has lived in Dumfries and Galloway for many years and previously in Lancaster. In this concert she will explore old tunes and songs from both sides of the Scottish / English western border and compositions that reflect her involvement in the landscape and heritage of this beautiful, though sometimes warring, area!

Fraya Thomsen

Fraya will perform some of the pieces with which she won the 2021 Princess Margaret of the Isles Memorial Prize for Senior Clarsach competition.

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    • 9 April 2022
    • 60 minutes
    • George Watson's College Concerts
    • subvenue Assembly Hall
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