Odarka Polanskyj Stockert — an accomplished harpist with a repertoire spanning the centuries, from Classical to Broadway to Folk — performs on both the concert pedal harp and the folk harp.

"Celtic Music on the Celtic harp warms the soul on a winter's day", so enjoy this December 16th (Tuesday) Odarka's Lobby Concert (informal) at the Bridgewater Library (1 Vogt Drive, Bridgewater, NJ 08807), from 10:30 AM till 12:30 PM and again from 1 PM till 3 PM.

More information can be found at Odarka's Official Website or Odarka's MySpace.


  1. Anonymous said...
    You speak of the beauty of Celtic music and Celtic harp, so why has never been invited to play here the master of Celtic harp and music, Alan STIVELL? Who would play that music without him?
    Bengal said...
    Dear Anonymous:

    There is no doubt that Alan Stivell is a talented artist. His major influences are Celtic and Breton music. One can notice that even in his stage name (Stivell means spring in Breizh).

    It would be lovely if American producers and organizers would bring Stivell all the way from France to perform in US. But for that to happen, there might be an interest of the local community and of course, from the artist. I don't see why he wouldn't come for a concert. If the local authorities in Arts and Media are not bringing the artists wanted by the audience during the programmed local events, it's up to the audience to request for the specific performers. Of course, there are many factors that will influence the decisions of the organizers and producers...


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