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Calendar 2023-2024

August 20 at 3:00pm

Online Workshop:
Rhythm on the Harp for the
Puerto Rico Harp Chapter

Jacqueline presents an online workshop about Rhythm on the Harp for the Puerto Rico Harp Chapter. Throughout this interactive online workshop, Jacqueline will offer tips and tricks for playing with excellent rhythm, while working through a PDF packet of her own exercises.  

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September 10 at 3:00pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Join Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) in the Concert Hall of the Performing Arts and Humanities Building at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD) for a diverse hour-long program, including works by Arnold Bax, Maurice Ravel, and Lori Laitman.

Tickets are $5 - $15. Click here for more information.

Program:

Triosonate, op. 2, no. 8 by Jean-Marie Leclair
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

by Claude Debussy, arr. Dan Reiter
Elegiac Trio  by 
Arnold Bax
Images by Lori Laitman
Sonatine by Maurice Ravel, trans. Skaila Kanga

September 20 at 8:00pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes at the 
Cosmos Club

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) presents an hour-long performance in the Warne Ballroom of the Cosmos Club of Washington D. C.

Program:

Triosonate, op. 2, no. 8 by Jean-Marie Leclair
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

by Claude Debussy, arr. Dan Reiter
Elegiac Trio  by 
Arnold Bax
Images by Lori Laitman
Sonatine by Maurice Ravel, trans. Skaila Kanga

October 1 at 7:30:PM

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes on Chamber Music by Candlelight

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) performs on Chamber Music by Candlelight at Second Presbyterian Church (4200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD). Trio Sirènes will perform Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune by Claude Debussy in an arrangement by Dan Reiter. The program will also feature several other chamber ensembles from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

Tickets are free. More information is available here.

October 8 at 5:30pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes on Music in the Valley

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) presents a program on the Music in the Valley Concert Series at St. John Western Run Church (3738 Butler Road, Reisterstown, MD).

Program:

Triosonate, op. 2, no. 8 by Jean-Marie Leclair
Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune

by Claude Debussy, arr. Dan Reiter
Elegiac Trio  by 
Arnold Bax
Images by Lori Laitman
Sonatine by Maurice Ravel, trans. Skaila Kanga

Tickets are $25 - $50. More information is available here.

October 20 at 12:00pm

Live Concert: Livewire Festival

Jacqueline Pollauf joins soprano Susan Botti to perform Il Pleut by Kaija Saariaho and Her Vision by Susan Botti. Part of the Livewire New Music Festival, the performance will take place in the Concert Hall of the Performing Arts and Humanities Building at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (1000 Hilltop Circle, Baltimore, MD). The program will also feature violinist Airi Yoshioko and works by Kathryn Blake, Bela Bartok and Ashkan Behzadi.

Tickets are $5 - $15. More information is available here.

October 28 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: Handel Choir of Baltimore

Jacqueline joins the choir for a performance of Otčenáš (Our Father) by Leoš Janáček for choir, organ, and harp. The performance will take place in conjunction with the Maryland State Boychoir at 3400 Norman Avenue in Baltimore.

Tickets are $20. More information is available here.

October 29 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: Chamber Music by Candlelight

Jacqueline Pollauf joins Dariusz Skoraczewski, principal cello of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, for a performance of her own transcription of Six Studies in English Folk Song by Ralph Vaughan-Williams. This Chamber Music by Candlelight will take place at Second Presbyterian Church (4200 St. Paul Street, Baltimore, MD).
 

Tickets are free. More information is available here.

November 17 at 12:00pm

Online Concert:
Solo Recital

Join Jacqueline online for a solo recital. Taking place through her YouTube channel, this thirty-minute performance will feature Jacqueline performing and speaking about the music.

Admission is free. Contributions will be accepted.

Online performances can be watched in real time or at a later date. Click here to view the concert.

Program:
Apunte Betico by Gerardo Gombau

David of the White Rock by John Thomas
Vers la Source dans la Bois by Marcel Tournier

Dance and Toccata by Aram Kachaturian

   ed. Vera Duvolva

November 21 at 12:10pm

Live Concert: Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series

Join Jacqueline for a midday solo recital at Epiphany Tuesday Concert Series (1317 G Street Northwest, Washington D. C.) featuring a wide variety of music.

 

Admission is free. A goodwill offering will be taken. 

More information is available here.

Program:
Apunte Betico by Gerardo Gombau

Trois Morceaux by Gabriel Fauré,

    arr. Micheline Kahn

David of the White Rock by John Thomas
Sarabanda e Toccata 
by Nino Rota

Vers la Source dans la Bois by Marcel Tournier

Dance and Toccata by Aram Kachaturian, 

   ed. Vera Duvolva

December 3 at 4:00pm

Live Concert:
Emmanuel Episcopal 

Jacqueline joins the Emmanuel Episcopal Choir of Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD) for a performance of A Ceremony of Carols by Benjamin Britten, in a program that will also feature Britten's St. Nicholas cantata. 

Tickets are $10 - $35

More information is available here.

 

December 5 at 7:30pm

Live Concert:
Christmas with Choral Arts

The Baltimore Choral Arts Society presents a holiday concert of chorus and orchestra at the Baltimore Basilica of the Assumption (409 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD). 

Tickets are $32 - $76.

Click here for more information.

December 10 at 4:00pm

Live Concert:
Candlelight Choral Concert

Jacqueline joins the choir at First and Franklin Church (210 W. Madison Street, Baltimore, MD) for their beloved holiday performance, the Candlelight Choral Concert. Part church service and part traditional concert, this beautiful and memorable event features lovely music for harp and choir, including works by Camille Saint-Saëns and Henri Büsser.

Admission is free. A goodwill offering will be taken.

Click here for more information.

December 17 at 7:00pm

Live Concert:
Maryland Symphony Orchestra

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra presents a holiday concert including guests soloists and choruses.

Click here for more information.

December 18 at 3:00pm

Live Concert:
Maryland Symphony Orchestra

The Maryland Symphony Orchestra presents a holiday concert including guests soloists and choruses.

Click here for more information.

January 12 at 6:00pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) perform a concert of varied works at the Mt. Vernon Club, including music by Claude Debussy, Arnold Bax, and Lori Laitman.

January 28 at 4:00pm

Live Concert:
Emmanuel Episcopal

Jacqueline joins the Emmanuel Episcopal Choir of Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD) for a performance of Gabriel Fauré's Requiem.  

Admission starts at $10.

Click here for more information.

February 23 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) give a performance for the Roland Park House Concert Series, including music by Maurice Ravel, Jean-Marie Leclair, and Claude Debussy.

March 15 at 5:00pm

Atlanta Harp Festival:
Teacher's Forum Panel Discussion

Jacqueline joins a panel of teachers to discuss approaches to teaching as part of the Atlanta Harp Festival. This three-day festival will take place at the Courtyard Atlanta Decatur, 130 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. 

Click here to view the full festival schedule.

Click here for registration options.

March 16 at 2:00pm

Atlanta Harp Festival:
Recording Basics Presentation

Jacqueline gives an hour long presentation about recording basics, including how to choose and set up equipment, practice preparation for recording, and tips and tricks for the process of recording. The presentation will be part of the Atlanta Harp Festival. This three-day festival will take place at the Courtyard Atlanta Decatur, 130 Clairemont Avenue, Decatur, Georgia. 

Click here to view the full festival schedule.

Click here for registration options.

March 17 at 3:00pm

Live Concert:
Baltimore Choral Arts Society

Jacqueline joins the Baltimore Choral Arts Society for a performance entitled Praise, Magnified which will feature two different settings of the Magnificat, including John Rutter's setting. The performance will take place at the Cathedral of Mary Our Queen (5200 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD).

 

Tickets are $25 - 40.

Click here for more information.

April 5 at 7:30pm

Live Concert:
Lancaster Symphony Orchestra

Jacqueline joins the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra for a program of American composers, including Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and works by Aaron Copland and Alan Hovhaness.

Click here for more information.

April 6 at 2:30pm

Live Concert:
Lancaster Symphony Orchestra

Jacqueline joins the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra for a program of American composers, including Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and works by Aaron Copland and Alan Hovhaness.

Click here for more information.

April 7 at 7:30pm

Live Concert:
Lancaster Symphony Orchestra

Jacqueline joins the Lancaster Symphony Orchestra for a program of American composers, including Leonard Bernstein's Chichester Psalms and works by Aaron Copland and Alan Hovhaness.

Click here for more information.

April 12 at 12:00pm

Live Concert:
The Friday Noon Concert Series

Join Jacqueline at the Arts Club of Washington (2022 I Street NW, Washington D.C.) for a thirty-minute solo harp recital. The program will feature music by Gabriel Fauré, Alphonse Hasselmans and Aram Khachaturian. Throughout the program, Jacqueline will offer some thoughts on the music. 

 

Admission is free and open to the public.

Click here for more information.

May 1 at 7:30pm

Live Performance: Trio Sirènes

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) perform a concert of varied works at Roland Park Place including music by Claude Debussy, Arnold Bax, and Lori Laitman.

May 10 at 8:00pm

Live Concert:
UMBC Percussion Ensemble

Jacqueline has the pleasure of joining the University of Maryland Baltimore County Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dustin Donahue. The performance will feature the little-known work Homunculus C.F. by Julia Perry, written for harp, piano/celesta, and eight percussionists.

June 7 at 7:30pm

Live Concert: Emmanuel Choir

Jacqueline joins the Emmanuel Choir under the direction of Christian Lane at Emmanuel Episcopal Church (811 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD). This performance, entitled Glitter and Be Gay!  will feature exclusively the music of Leonard Bernstein, including his beloved Chichester Psalms.

Tickets are $10 - $35

Click here for more information.

June 15 at 3:00pm

Live Concert: Trio Sirènes

Trio Sirènes (Marcia McHugh, flute; Karin Brown, viola; and Jacqueline Pollauf, harp) perform a concert of varied works at the Light Street Library Branch (1251 Light Street, Baltimore, MD) including music by Maurice Ravel, Arnold Bax, and Lori Laitman.

This informal concert is free and open to the public and will take place in the Children's Department.

June 20

Recording Session

Jacqueline will record Harper's Ferry, a work for solo harp, written for her by Scottish-American composer Nicky Hind. Jacqueline gave the world premiere of the work in 2018 on a solo recital at the National Gallery of Art. More details about the release of the studio album featuring this recording will be forthcoming.

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