No Guts, No Glory

Cheryl began her musical training at a young age, studying piano and violin. However, after attending a harp concert, she fell in love with the harp’s unique sound and was determined to master the instrument. She studied with some of the world’s most renowned teachers, including Grammy Award winning harpist Alice Chalifoux and former National Symphony harpist Jeanne Chalifoux. Cheryl is known for her expressive artistry, rich, warm sound, and elegant presentation. Drawing on classical and contemporary influences, Cheryl performs her extensive repertoire on an exquisite gold Gothic harp-it’s graceful curves and rippling harmonies producing a serene, captivating sound.

She has appeared at many Washington, D.C. venues, including the Kennedy Center, Arena, Stage, Strathmore, the Smithsonian Institution and Library of Congress. Cheryl regularly performs with the Washington Sinfonietta and other distinguished orchestras.

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A Long Conversations: Celebrating: Celebrating the 100th Birthday of Alberto Ginastera

Cheryl began her musical training at a young age, studying piano and violin. However, after attending a harp concert, she fell in love with the harp’s unique sound and was determined to master the instrument. She studied with some of the world’s most renowned teachers, including Grammy Award winning harpist Alice Chalifoux and former National Symphony harpist Jeanne Chalifoux. Cheryl is known for her expressive artistry, rich, warm sound, and elegant presentation. Drawing on classical and contemporary influences, Cheryl performs her extensive repertoire on an exquisite gold Gothic harp-it’s graceful curves and rippling harmonies producing a serene, captivating sound.

She has appeared at many Washington, D.C. venues, including the Kennedy Center, Arena, Stage, Strathmore, the Smithsonian Institution and Library of Congress. Cheryl regularly performs with the Washington Sinfonietta and other distinguished orchestras.

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