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Classical harp with Chelsea Spence in The Kitchen at Barnard Griffin
September 2, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pmNo cover
RICHLAND, Wash. – Mid-Columbia harpist Chelsea Spence will add the perfect touch to your dining experience from 7-9 p.m., Friday, Sept. 5 in the Kitchen at Barnard Griffin, which pairs farm-to-fork cuisine with award-winning Barnard Griffin wines.
Spence is the principle harpist with the Mid-Columbia Symphony, the Walla Walla Symphony and Oregon East Symphony in Pendleton, Ore. A native of the Tri-Cities, she received a master’s degree in harp performance at Colorado State and a bachelor’s of music in harp performance at Eastern Wasington University.
As a member of the Tri-Cities chapter of the Washington State Music Teacher’s Association, she teaches out of her harp studio in Kennewick and serves an an instructor at Walla Walla University and Whitman College. She is a regularly featured performer for Kennewick First Presbyterian Church and the Mid-Columbia Mastersingers.
The Kitchen at Barnard Griffin is open for lunch and dinner Tuesday through Saturday from noon to close. Reserve your table for the harp performance by calling 509-627-0266 or email: [email protected]