Brendan sounded great, of course. And I loved some of the harps he’s created. I had the opportunity to play a Richter-tuned chromatic that he put together–like a Koch harp, only much higher quality. What a blast. He had a lot of other strange and wonderful instruments that were like crosses between diatonics and chromatics, but I didn’t have the time to play them all. (Brendan has written elsewhere that he thinks the future of the harp lies in instruments something like this. He’s got a point.)
Only at SPAH, man.