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Harp for Little Hearts at Memorial Branch Library, Monday March 3

2014-02-27Our local libraries are great resources for free and unique entertainment for all ages. We suggest a regular peek at the websites for your favorite local branch – whether it be the John C. Fremont Branch on Melrose, the Memorial Branch on Olympic or the Wilshire Branch on St. Andrews Place. Area librarians are most resourceful and have worked hard to build calendars that elevate the library experience beyond the quite zone we generally think of when we think of a library.

Here is an upcoming event that has been called to our attention by a Larchmont Buzz reader:

Memorial Branch Library – Monday, March 3 | Harpist Charissa Barger

Professional harpist Charissa Barger will perform a session for all age groups at the Memorial Branch Library on Monday, March 3. The concert is free and the music will come from all over the world with audience participation.

Barger is passionate about arts education and has founded ‘Harp for Little Hearts’ – a creative approach to music education. She completed her Master of Music degree at the University of Southern California and received an Artist Diploma from the Colburn Conservatory of Music.

Harpist Charissa Barger
Memorial Branch Library
4625 West Olympic Boulevard, 90019
Monday, March 3 | 4p-5p
Barger’s websiteHarp for Little Hearts
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