harpist- teacher, performer, composer, recording artist

Dooley Redux; NPR Tiny Desk Contest 

Just submitted to Tiny Desk contest. After taking a look at some of last year's 7,000+ entries, competition is steep. But, I've been stewing on this response to the absurdly chipper folk song, 'Hang Down Your Head Tom Dooley' since I heard it as a teen 45 years ago. Wow, feels great to get it off my chest, and out into the world.


PS Entries accepted until Feb 2- If you enter, lmk and I'll take you out for ice cream. That's how I got my own self to follow thru.

Yoga Journal Conference 

October-

Wonderful production of two of my pieces, Chaitanya and In November by Evan Reeves and Chris Scott --They are finished  just in time for the YOGA JOURNAL CONFERENCE

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Oct3

Sacred Flow with Jeanie Manchester

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Anjaneya Yoga Shala, 1480 Violet Ave, studio entrance, back of house, Boulder, CO 80304

6 weeks, a celebration of the 9 nights of the Goddess. Yoga- myth, mudra, movement, meditation and mantra.

Oct5

Margot Krimmel

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Spruce Confections Uptown, 4684 Broadway, Boulder, CO 80304

Great vibe, great coffee, great breakfast pastries, great harp music....

Oct10

Sacred Flow with Jeanie Manchester

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Anjaneya Yoga Shala, 1480 Violet Ave, studio entrance, back of house, Boulder, CO 80304

6 weeks, a celebration of the 9 nights of the Goddess. Yoga- myth, mudra, movement, meditation and mantra.

Oct17

Sacred Flow with Jeanie Manchester

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Anjaneya Yoga Shala, 1480 Violet Ave, studio entrance, back of house, Boulder, CO 80304

6 weeks, a celebration of the 9 nights of the Goddess. Yoga- myth, mudra, movement, meditation and mantra.

'Meet the Spirits'

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Columbia Cemetery , 9th Street & Pleasant Street , Boulder, CO

Meet the Spirits will resurrect more than 30 of Boulder’s most dearly departed. Travel back in time to meet some of Columbia Cemetery’s most prominent, and permanent residents, portrayed by costumed members of the community. Eben G. Fine, James P. Maxwell, Mary Rippon and Dorothy Gay Howard (Jane Doe) are just a few of the spirits who will rise from their graves to tell their stories for just one afternoon. There will also be vintage hearses, and mourners. Students of Margot Krimmel Harp studio will provide music. $5-20