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Amelia Romano – Saturday, May 14 at 7:30 pm



Amelia Romano, harp

with guests Matthew Ebisuzaki, trumpet & Zach Donaldson, guitar

George Frideric Handel Sonatina for Harp
Claude Debussy La fille aux cheveux de lin
F. J. Naderman Sonatina VII
The Beatles She’s Leaving Home & Penny Lane, arr. Leo Brouwer
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Piano Sonata No. 12 in F – Allegro
Pearl Chertok Beige Nocturne
Frédéric Chopin Prelude No. 4
Astor Piazzolla Oblivion
Domenico Scarlatti Sonata, K. 368

An eclectic blend of austere serenity and kinetic vibrancy, Amelia Romano takes what is known about conventional harp and surpasses every time. Pulling from her roots in the cultural hotbed of San Francisco, Amelia not only plays music from the repertoire but reprises them and creates originals. Latin American music, jazz and classical are all genres that she touches but her music defines its own path.

Currently pursuing a masters degree in classical lever harp performance at San Francisco State University, under the tutelage of pedal harp instructor, Karen Gottlieb, she finds deep satisfaction composing and arranging for her chamber music ensembles – forging new sounds and directions in the global lever harp community.

Old First Concerts has volunteer opportunities available!

Our concerts rely on the generosity of volunteers to assist with simple tasks like:


distributing programs

box office

set-up and clean-up

Scheduling is flexible — you choose when to work! We especially need helping hands for our Friday and Saturday night performances.

An excellent opportunity for students, seniors, or anyone who possesses a love for music!

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