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Harpist Martha Gallagher in Owego, 3/21
Harpist Martha Gallagher speaks with WSKG's Gregory Keeler
<b>Harpist Martha Gallagher in Owego, 3/21</b>
Martha Gallagher
Online audio now available The Tioga County Council on the Arts presents
Martha Gallagher, harp

Sunday, March 21, 3:00pm

First Presbyterian Union Church
90 North Ave
Owego, NY 13827

--Martha Gallagher--Harpist. Martha is a harpist who has been performing for over 30 years. She is also a singer and a songwriter of whom it has been said "Martha plays the harp with a joie de vivre; with a sense of joy and energy rarely seen with this instrument!"

Please don't miss this opportunity to join us for a concert that you will truly enjoy!
"Always on Sunday" is a four part free classical concert series which takes place on the 3rd Sunday of every January, February, March and April. Donations are appreciated.

Martha has been sharing her spirited and distinctive harp music with audiences for over 30 years. Her repertoire includes a mix of Celtic, Blues, American Folk/Roots, Jazz, Classical, and a bit of Flamenco. Her original music is a blend of styles that moves gracefully form serious to silly, from light to dark and from here to there.

Martha has performed on tour with "The Chieftans" as well as on several solo tours around the U. S. and Canada. She has been featured on numerous television and radio programs including BBC Television, Northeast Public Radio, and Good Morning Arizona.

Renowned for leaving her audiences uplifted and entertained, Martha draws on a colorful tapestry of bardic traditions, weaving them into music for the present day. "Martha Gallagher is Joan Baez, Janis Joplin, Jean Redpath all rolled into one! Her music lifts up the spirit, and reminds us why we're here. She's a treasure," Todd Moe, North Country Public Radio.

Concerts are held from 3:00 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. at the Union Presbyterian Church on the corner of North Avenue and Temple Street in Owego. "Always on Sunday" is free and open to the public, however, donations are appreciated. For more information contact TCCA at (607) 687-0785