Milo Harper
Appearing courtesy of Countess of Munster Trust


Tuesday, 11 July
1:00 pm


St Clement’s Church, Sandwich

An award-winning graduate of London’s Royal Academy of Music, Milo explores the history and possibilities of this versatile instrument. He enjoys challenging the harp’s standard repertoire by curating and transcribing works by recognised and lesser-known composers.

His programme showcases historically under-represented groups and includes African-American pianist Florence Price and London born composer Samuel Coleridge Taylor, whose father came from Sierra Leone.

Marius Flothuis ‘Pour le tombeau d’Orphée’
C. Debussy Suite Bergamasque, L. 75 (Prelude, Minuet, Clair de Lune, Passepied)
F. Liszt Le rossignol, S. 250/1, arr. Henriette Renié
B. Britten Suite for Harp, Op. 83 (Overture, Toccata, Nocturne, Fugue, Hymn, after ‘St Denio’)
S. Coleridge-Taylor The Angels Changed My Name
Florence Price Sketches in Sepia
W. Mathias Sun Dance


How much?

Ticket Price: £12
Friends of DMA: £10
Under 25s: Half price


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