Live Online Harp Recital

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Online, Wednesday 19th May

Harpist Aisling Ennis returns to the Chester Beatty with a live online performance to highlight International Museums Day. To celebrate the occasion, Aisling will select a programme of classical, traditional Irish and popular music and share some of her favourite seasonal poetry to compliment the programme.


Date:
Wednesday 19th May
Time:
6.00pm
Price:
Free

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