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Thank you so much for being a part of our Midissage Event on March 23rd. We enjoyed having you here to share your talent and your time.
- Cascadia Staff & Volunteers
Dear Mrs Austin,
On behalf of Cascadia Art Museum I want to thank you very much for playing your wonderful harp music at our donor event last month. The comments I received regarding the music were so positive. It created a very special atmosphere for our members. I hope that one day we might be able to have a harp/piano recital (we were just given a small but nice grand piano!) Thank you again.
Sincerely, Lindsey Echelbarger, President
A very big Thank You to you for hosting the Log Cabin volunteers at your studio this morning.
We were delighted to learn a bit about your unique field of music, to see the various harps, and to be treated to your performance on the refurbished instrument belonging to the gentleman from California.
At the Chamber of Commerce Visitor Information Center Log Cabin we provide information and referrals to local businesses. Both local residents and visitors come in for help, and we will be pleased to help promote your very special contribution to the attractions of Edmonds.
Dorothy P. Gross
P.S. Nice to meet Figaro, too!
Congratulations to my happy customers!
Alison Austin has been playing the harp for over 40 years. She studied at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. Her local training was with master teacher, Lynn Palmer. She has a true passion for her students and the harp! She opened her new Austin Harp Arts studio in Edmonds Washington, in the fall of 2015, and has 40 years of teaching experience. In her freelance career in the Seattle area she performed with Seattle Symphony, Seattle Opera and many area orchestra and choral groups since 1980. She has been a performer, clinician and panelist at several national American Harp Society conferences and two World Harp Congress’. In 2005, Alison founded the Pacific Harp Institute, a 501c (3) non-profit, “Sharing Our Passion for the Harp.” The Institute includes summer camps and an International Artist Residency.