Maeve Gilchrist (Celtic harp) & collaborator Kyle Sanna (guitar) play music from The Harpweaver. Inspired by "The Harp Weaver", a poem by Edna St Vincent Millay, this is Gilchrist’s first album as a composer, producer, & arranger —"a snapshot of a musician at the top of her game"—Irish Times.
7:30pm — outdoor concert
6:30pm — grounds open; picnic with your pod before the show! Dinner is available on-site from The Tulip & The Rose Cafe, food sold separately, no preorders.
Tickets are sold by the “pod”— pick your group size & location (under tent, lawn, or “backyard”); single lawn tickets are also available. Free lawn tickets for children 12 & under! (no advance ticket needed)
Advance tickets are recommended as tent seating is limited; walk-ups are welcome but will want to bring their own lawn seating. A day-of lawn ticket is $34 member; $38 non-member. Advance ticketing closes at 8PM on Friday, August 27.
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Tent Seating (pricing per table)
Single tent ticket: $32 member; $36 non-member
Max. of 3 people: $96 member, $108 non-member
Max. of 5 people: $160 member, $180 non-member
Max. of 8 people: $224 member, $252 non-member
Lawn Seating (pricing per single or pod; **bring your own lawn chairs)
Lawn General Admission (advance): $30 member; $34 non-member**
Lawn General Admission (day-of): $34 member; $38 non-member**
For 2 people: $60 member, $68 non-member **
Max. of 4 people: $120 member, $136 non-member **
Max. of 8 people: $210 member, $238 non-member
Born and raised in Edinburgh, Scotland, and currently based in Brooklyn, New York, Maeve‘s innovative approach to her instrument stretches its harmonic limits and improvisational possibilities. She is as at home as a soloist with an internationally renowned orchestra as she is playing with a traditional Irish folk group or using electronic augmentation in a more contemporary, improvisatory setting.
Maeve has released five albums to date, including her most recent recording, Vignette, on Adventure Records, with bassist Viktor Krausse while, on her own label, her solo Ostinato Project is a beguiling exploration of the possibilities of her instrument. In 2018 Maeve was a featured soloist on the Dreamworks blockbuster movie soundtrack, How to Tame Your Dragon: The Hidden World.
**In compliance with the current CDC guidelines, if a performance needs to be moved indoors due to inclement weather, all attendees will be required to wear masks and provide proof of vaccination (vaccination card, photo of vaccination card, or the excelsior pass). There will be no capacity restrictions. If you are not comfortable with these guidelines, please notify us to discuss a refund, ticket transfer, or donation.