Saturday, November 2nd: 9-12
Metro Bis Every Day is a New Beginning: Join us for this pre-holiday inspirational event designed to nourish you on every level. Discover how you can cultivate resilience through a variety of well-being practices including harp therapy, mindfulness meditation, songs, and stories. Leave with ideas about building new beginnings as well as feeling a greater sense of hope and connection. Includes lunch at Metro Bis Restaurant, ranked one of Connecticut’s top five for American food by the Zagat Survey. The workshop is 9:00am-12:00pm and lunch will be 12:00-1:00pm. Purchase Tickets Online
Simsbury Library: Mindfulness and Music for Teens: Nov. 7, 14, and 21, 2019. Call to register for one or all sessions: 860-658-7663.
Friday, November 15th, 7-9 pm
Storyteller’s Cottage “ Last Night on the Titanic”. Fiddle & Harp play theme song and other watery tunes! Immerse yourself in your favorite book like never before! What was it like on the night the Titanic sank? Come dressed in your favorite Edwardian formal gown & tux and enjoy a fantastic meal based on the actual first class menu on the night of April 10, 1912. Enjoy live harp and fiddle music, a visit from the Captain, beautiful poetry readings and a visit from the Unsinkable Molly Brown. Don’t worry about bringing your life jacket — we have plenty! Enjoy themed decor and discussion, and curiously original literary games! Click for more information or to Register online.
Saturday, November 16th:
Copper Beech Institute: Harvest Dance: Marcie Swift Celtic Harpist for gala celebration of donors.
Saturday, November 23rd:
Private Wedding, Fiddle & Harp.
Fiddle & Harp Events
Marcie, a psychologist and therapeutic musician, creates sanctuaries of sound that both heal and elevate. She brings her warmth and energy to concerts, retreats at Copper Beech Institute and Holy Family, assisted living centers and private homes.
After studying Western classical and South Indian classical violin, Gordon has played in bands ranging from jazz-rock fusion to reggae to country-and-western. He holds a doctorate in ethnomusicology from Wesleyan University and leads The Lost Acres String Band.