Helena Ricci, a trailblazing young harpist, is set to present her very first glow-in-the-dark harp concert experience at The Stoller Hall this March.

Promising a unique and immersive audience experience, the production features stunning colours and LEDs, with the audience invited to take part using their own phone lights.

The innovative show seeks to break away from ‘traditional’ classical performances, with Stoller Hall committed to exciting and inspiring a new generation of audience.

Taking place on Wed 13 Mar, the concert is part of Stoller Hall’s Rush Hour series, where shows start at 6pm and last for one hour so that commuters can avoid the traffic and relax with live music instead, with tickets available for just £5.

Fran Healey, Creative Commercial Director for Stoller Hall: “Helena’s goal with this concert is to broaden the classical music audience and that aligns with Stoller Hall’s mission, which is to make music more accessible to more people.

“She has been part of Stoller Hall’s Emerging Artist Scheme for 2023-2024, which gives early-career musicians live performance opportunities and advice sessions with industry experts. Her show on 13 March is set to be immersive, mesmeric, and meditative, and we can’t wait for audiences to see it.”

Helena Ricci, Harpist and Stoller Hall Emerging Artist: “Stoller Hall has given me a platform to experiment and promote the harp as a solo instrument in a modern setting. The Emerging Artists Scheme is helping young artists such as me to shape a modern vision of classical music, promoting change and innovation.”

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Wed 13 Mar, The Stoller Hall,
Hunts Bank, Manchester M3 1DA
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Fri 1 Mar 2024