Irene Y. Lee and Seth Adams
IRENE Y. LEE, All Things Harp DFW
I am a harpist with over 12 years of classical music training, and a variety of music selection to serve various local needs. I have been serving the local DFW community since 2017, maintaining a five-star Google rating. My music sharing opportunities range from small intimate showers and brunch gatherings, quinceaneras, weddings and life celebrations, accompaniment of vocal and instrumental soloists for formal concerts, and nationally televised orchestra performance in Thailand. My favorite and most heart warming gig was playing for a surprise engagement at the Dallas Arboretum. A few months later, the happy couple asked me to perform their favorite songs at their wedding. I also teach and am active in the Dallas Harp Society. The harp is an instrument that sounds as beautiful as it looks, and I look forward to sharing this heavenly music with you in person!
For more details on my background and repertoire, please check out my website at www.peacefulharp-irene.com or Facebook Business Page @PeacefulharpIreneDFWHarpist
Based in Fort Worth, Seth will be earning his associate's at Tarrant County College this May. Seth’s sound can be described as a rich, deep, and lyrical sound which set him apart from over one hundred applicants to be one of two accepted to UNT this fall. He will further his music studies at UNT to obtain his bachelor’s degree in music performance. His focus is classical but that has not stopped him from learning more modern genres of music. Seth has had eight years of classical training and wants to perform at the national level. Music to him is a way of bringing the mind to peace, allowing the listener to find the inner connection to their lives. Seth aims to teach students to use music to better understand themselves and others around them. Seth has played in numerous locations, including Christmas at the Northeast mall, independent living retirement homes, and memory care units. He has made honors recital every year during his time at Tarrant County College, as well as received a guest invitation to perform in the Marriage of Figaro opera during the first week of attending college.