Hold on for harp-driven excitement

Dynamic trio on the way to delight Castlegar music lovers

Keri Lynn Zwicker and her HarpRouge Trio will be featured in the next concert of the Kootenay Gallery’s TD Canada Trust Sunday Afternoon Concert Series.

Kootenay Gallery’s TD Canada Trust Concert SeriesThe next concert in this popular series will be held on Sunday, November 20th. With Jeff Faragher on cello and Tami Cooper on flute and vocals.

Keri Lynn Zwicker and her HarpRouge Trio move easily through fiery Latin instrumentals, ethereal Irish ballads, rocking jigs and reels, three-part hamonies and “harpified” folk songs.

With crystalline vocals, feisty carbon-fibre harp playing and an unfettered sense of fun Keri Lynn Zwicker has been a bright addition the Western Canadian folk music scene. Her eclectic repertoire and quick wit delight listeners who are surprised at how truly entertaining a harp show can be.

This concert will be held on Sunday, November 20th at 1:30 pm at the Castlegar United Church on Merry Creek Road. Tickets, available at the door, are $10 for Kootenay Gallery members, $12 for general admission.

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