Magical Strings announces virtual concert for Mother’s Day

On Facebook from 3-4 p.m. Sunday, May 10

  • Monday, May 4, 2020 3:01pm
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Let Magical Strings take you on a Mother’s Day journey to Ireland, Hawaii, Magic Hill and to places of the heart.

With harps, dulcimers, concertina, button accordion, whistles, guitar and more the group will be performing right in its living room and sharing music and stories directly with you from 3 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 10 on Facebook. Make yourself a cup of tea or a drink of your choice, sit back and enjoy.

During this time when many musicians and arts organizations are suffering due to the necessities of social distancing – indeed, many of our concerts, festivals and east coast spring tour had to be cancelled – we are grateful that with the magic of live-streaming we can perform for you, wherever you are, the group said in a press release.

Enjoy, start a watch party, share with your family and friends and in the comments let us know from where you are watching. It’s free, but donations are graciously appreciated at Paypal.me/magicalstrings or at Venmo.com/Magic-Hill.

Find the concert from 3 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, May 10, at:

https://www.facebook.com/events/869266573541021/

Magical Strings has performed a Celtic Yuletide concert in Kent for 33 years.

About Magical Strings

Philip and Pam Boulding make up the internationally famous Northwest duo Magical Strings. For the past 40 years they have built harps and dulcimers, taught classes, and provided their unique blend of Celtic and original music to audiences throughout the Northwest and on their tours across the nation and abroad. They have recorded over 20 albums on four labels, toured and recorded with Dan Fogelberg, and collaborated with several notable artist such as Keola Beamer and Eugene Friesen. Since 1978 they, along with their five children and now six grandchildren, have delighted Northwest audiences with their Celtic Yuletide Concerts. For more information, call 253-857-3716; or go to magicalstrings.com.




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