We feature the best in internationally known musicians whose music far transcends the norm.

All concerts are in Port Townsend, WA. Address given when you reserve your seat.


October 12, 2019  –  The Healing Harp Music of Christina Tourin and Laurie Riley

7 PM

This concert is too large for or house concert venue, so it will be at the Quaker Meeting Hall 2 blocks away. Directions given when you make your reservation.

A rare opportunity to hear two of the original pioneers in harp therapy and founders of accredited training programs for clinical musicians!

Christina founded the International Harp Therapy program and Laurie Riley founded the Clinical Musicians Program (now known as Harp for Healing) and was a founder of the Music for Healing and Transition Program. Both were charter members of the National Standards Board for Therapeutic Music. Both have toured and taught internationally for over 30 years and have recorded numerous albums of harp music.

To reserve your seat, email . The address will be given to you when you register.
Sliding scale donation – $15 to $25 _______________________________________________________________________________________________________

An afternoon concert: December 7, at 3 PM 

COURTNEY CAMPBELL – Family Concert!!!!

Hilarious-Inspiring-Genuine-Full of Heart

Courtney Campbell is a singer/songwriter, master storyteller, writer and musician.  She performs world-wide for children and families. She is the creator and writer of the PBS award winning series Mustard Pancakes now on Amazon Prime and other outlets. A Courtney Campbell concert is so much fun. With songs like, The Camel With a Runny Nose and stories like The Boy Who Loved Band Aids  everyone is sure to have a great time. 

To reserve your seat, email . The address will be given to you when you register.
Sliding scale donation – $15 to $30 per family



Next year (2020) watch for:

TBA spring 2020:   TANIA OPLAND and MIKE FREEMAN  
Since 1995 Tania Opland and Mike Freeman have been touring internationally from home bases half a world apart. With songs in several languages and from many cultures, they use more instruments than any sane duo would travel with: hammered dulcimer, guitar, recorders, cittern, assorted unusual violins, Native American flute, ocarina, vielle-a-roue, percussion, and probably more.
MIKE FREEMAN’s roots are in Eastern Europe, with grandparents from Russia, Romania and Hungary. Born and raised in Manchester, England, Mike now lives in County Kilkenny, Ireland. He has accompanied Middle Eastern and African dance troupes, and performed at countless festivals throughout Great Britain.
TANIA OPLAND has homes on an Indian reservation in Washington State, in Kilkenny Ireland, and in Anchorage, Alaska. She has performed in the U.S., Canada, Russia, Uzbekistan, Scotland, Ireland and England.
To reserve your seat, email . The address will be given to you when you register.
Sliding scale donation – $15 to $25


The sensational TRISTAN LE GOVIC      


Breton music is part of the Celtic repertoire as well as Irish, Scottish or Welsh music.

Originally from Brittany, Tristan Le Govic was only six years old when he began learning the Celtic harp at the Conservatoire of Traditional Music of Soye (Plœmeur).  A gold medalist in Celtic harp (Rennes, Brittany), he holds an M.A. and a National Diploma in teaching traditional music. He is currently working on a PhD in Musicology on the Breton harpist Kristen Noguès. He has won several awards including the Kan ar Bobl, a major music competition where the biggest names in Breton music have emerged. Performing on international stages, critics pronounce him one of the leading Celtic harpers today.

Tristan is the editor of the Antologiezh Telenn Breizh, a unique collection of Breton harp music in three volumes.

Singer, storyteller, and virtuoso musician, Tristan’s repertoire includes traditional music and his own compositions with extraordinary rhythmic and melodic diversity.

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