American Harp Society Concert Aritst, Alexandra Katelyn Mullins in Solo Concert
Saturday March 21, 3:00 p.m. – Immanuel Lutheran Church,
1710 Moorpark Ave., San Jose, CA 95128.
Alexandra Katelyn Mullins, 20, a junior at Indiana University studying with Distinguished Professor Susann McDonald, and recently prizewinner in the the USA International Harp Competition, has performed throughout the US and Europe in many venues, including Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy Center. She has received awards, including Frist Place in the Advanced and Young Professional Divisions of the American Harp Society, First Place in the Lyon and Healy Awards, First Place in the 18th Petar Konjovic Serbian International Harp Competition, First Place in the Jacobs School of Music Concerto Competition, as well as numerous regional awards. Performances have included appearances with the Charlotte Symphony, the IU Orchestra, and the Radio and Television Orchestra in Belgrade in 2014.
Participation in AHS competitions since 2005 has contributed greatly to her success as a musician, and she is thrilled to serve and perform in the capacity of Concert Artist for the next two years. The AHS Concert Artist Award is the highest level award granted by the American Harp Society. Alexandra’s former and current teachers and coaches include Dr. Carrol McLaughlin, Dan Yu, Sivan Magen, Dr. Maria Luisa Rayan-Forrero, Bette Roth, Christine VanArsdale and Jaqueline Bartlett.
“Alexandra is a rare and brilliant harpist. Please support this concert and encourage your students to attend and bring their families. You won’t be disappointed.”