Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Maeve Gilchrist on December 7

Maeve Gilchrist is a phenomenal harp player who can make her instrument ring with unparalleled purity” (Dirty Linen)
'Both Fascinating and Absorbing in equal measure, an Original Voice' (Scotsman)

Still in her mid twenties, Edinburgh born Maeve Gilchrist has been credited as an innovator on her native Celtic Harp due to her unique chromatic and improvisational approach to the instrument. Based in Boston MA, Maeve tours internationally as a solo artist and with her trio. She has performed and recorded with such luminaries as Darol Anger, Kathy Mattea, Esperanza Spalding, Tony Trischka, Alasdair Fraser and Vardan Ovsepian. She teaches at the Berklee College of Music and has been published by Hal Leonard. 

This concert is fully reserved as of 12/4/13. See you next time.

We are located on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. Details will  be given after a reservation has been made. To reserve a seat please contact Sandy at:

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Interplay Jazz & Arts Special Event on Nov.16 
Please join us to celebrate! 

You are cordially invited to a very special Interplay Jazz & Arts fundraising event. This intimate house concert will feature jazz vocalist Sheila Jordan, guitarist Gene Bertoncini, pianist Armen Donelian, and saxophonist and Founder of Interplay Jazz & Arts, Fred Haas.


Feel the love...and the these world-class musicians combine their rich musical talents in an unforgettable meeting of the minds and spirits. “This is music to touch the heart and renew the spirit. Gene Bertoncini tells a story of rare beauty in every note.” Each of these musicians has a rich story to share. This promises to be a very special musical event.

Saturday, November 16 – Gather at 7:30 PM – Music starts at 8:00 PM  
Event to be held on the Upper West Side 4th floor walk-up 
Tickets are $100 per person – please RSVP - Limited to 50 guests  
Refreshments provided 
Contact or 802-356-5060 to reserve your seat(s) and receive event details  
Additional gifts to Interplay Jazz & Arts are tax deductible and greatly appreciated!

All proceeds benefit the Student Financial Aid Fund.