Harp O’Clock Concerts with Aisling Ennis

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Online, Thursday 12th November - Thursday 31st December

Harp O'Clock is a friendly hour of audience requests performed by Aisling Ennis on harp and delivered on the Zoom platform.

Harp O'Clock is Aisling's attempt to spread a little joy and do a little good whilst doing the thing she loves: sharing music with fellow humans.

​Who knew 2020 would present us with such enormous challenges around community and live music entertainment. Having featured in several initiatives with the Learning and Participation Programme at the National Concert Hall, and a fan of the ‘Harpy Hour' concerts set up by British harpist Olivia Jageurs, Aisling created Harp O'Clock Concerts. Harp O'Clock is an hour of harp music delivered on the Zoom platform and is open to all. Aisling's hope is to reach out to people in isolation, those cocooning, or in situations where a harp concert might be just the thing they need. Special requests are welcome and the concerts have a very relaxed feel.

The final concert each month is in aid of Msizi Africa, a charity responsible for serving over 3 million meals to children in Africa. msiziafrica.org.uk

Each week ten Harp O'Clock tickets are reserved for friends living in Direct Provision because its important to reach out and include everyone, no matter their circumstance.

There are several ticket options on eventbrite and the option to donate in addition to your ticket price.

​If you can’t attend a Harp O’Clock concert please subscribe to the YouTube Channel and enjoy regular snippets of harp music from the show.

Thursday 12th November - Thursday 31st December

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