More than a dozen harpists take the stage at Bellevue Heights Church

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Posted 7/21/21

The sounds of HarpSynergy will be featured in concert 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1 at Bellevue Heights Church, 9440 W. Hutton Drive.

Everyone is invited and there is no charge for admission. A free-will …

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More than a dozen harpists take the stage at Bellevue Heights Church

MUSIC

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The sounds of HarpSynergy will be featured in concert 6 p.m. Sunday, Aug. 1 at Bellevue Heights Church, 9440 W. Hutton Drive.

Everyone is invited and there is no charge for admission. A free-will offering will be received. The concert is part of a special series at the church known as Summer Sundae Sunday.

The 12-plus harpists on stage at any HarpSynergy concert are students of harp virtuoso Heidi Hernandez and can range in age from age 7 to 75. Dr. Hernandez teaches from a private studio in Phoenix and via Skype to students in a large surrounding area. In concerts, they perform a variety of classical and popular selections.

Born and raised in Oklahoma, Hernandez earned master’s and doctoral degrees from the University of Arizona. While there she was named outstanding teaching assistant for the University. She has performed as a harpist internationally and participated in many prestigious harp contests in America and abroad. She has been a member of the Phoenix Symphony for more than 17 years.

Following the Aug. 1 concert, attendees are invited to enjoy free ice cream sundaes in Franklin Hall. Masks are not required.

Call 623-977-8308 or visit bhcsuncity.com, where the concert also will be available for online viewing.

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