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The French Harp

  • Susquehanna Art Museum Harrisburg (map)

“The French Harp” is a celebration of the French influence in the modern harp, coincidentally falling on Bastille Day. This concert is part of the Market Square Concerts annual summer benefit at the Susquehanna Art Museum in Harrisburg.

Le Jardin Mouillé by Jacques de la Presle 

 Sonata for Harp by Germaine Tailleferre  

Une Châtelaine en sa Tour by Gabriel Fauré  

Prelude in D flat by Lili Boulanger, trans. Kent

Liebesträume No. 3 by Franz Liszt, arr. Renié 

Ballade, Op. 28 by Carlos Salzedo 

For over 37 years, Market Square Concerts has been dedicated to the presentation of a wide repertoire of chamber music performed by distinguished professional artists, both established and emerging. Our mission also includes education and engagement of the general public in chamber music as an art form, as well as collaboration with other arts organizations and community partnerships. With an annual summer festival and six concerts in the regular season, Market Square Concerts presents premieres of newly composed music as well as the monumental works from the most revered composers from the past and present.