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'Singe We Yule' - A Musical Portrait of a Medieval Christmas Sarah Deere-Jones Tuesday 03 December 2019

With Illustrations, Readings and Music for Harps and other Medieval Instruments

Sarah Deere-Jones is a graduate and prize winner from the Royal Academy of Music and 2015 was elected an Associate.  She performs, writes and lectures about the harp regularly in America, Australia,Europe and UK.  All lectures are presented digitally and include live music and songs on harps and other instruments depending on the subject matter.