Harp ensemble is composed of five women who are committed to their craft

By Jared Weber

UNC Harp Ensemble members (from left) Rose Abernethy, Alexandra Vigil, and Naomi Sutherland play both traditional and contemporary pieces. (Jared Weber/Carolina Connection).

All young musicians get their start somewhere. For many, it tends to be common instruments, such as the guitar, piano, or violin.

A group of five women at Carolina have also been honing their craft from a young age, but on a different instrument that’s big, difficult to learn, and just as hard to transport — the harp.

Jared Weber has more.

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