Harpist Claudine Cappelle-Harig
 The harp is an elegant and versatile choice for your wedding day music. It adds a touch of class to any church ceremony or dinner hour. The harp is also perfect for any garden or non-church ceremony, where pianos and organs are not available. The harp is one of the few instruments that is transportable and can be performed as a solo instrument.In addition, I have a flautist, violinist, trumpeter, cellist, and vocalists that I work with in a variety of combinations to tailor the music to the couple’s specific taste.I also work with any musician/vocalist of the bride’s choice and am able to play almost any requested song. The harp will treat your guests to a unique and celestial sound that will be forever memorable.

Please contact me at 847.236.1308

ClaudineAndHarp@yahoo.com

Claudine Cappelle-Harig is a seasoned orchestral player and was a soloist with both the Milwaukee Festival City Symphony and the Sherwood Chamber Orchestra in 2006 performances of Mozart’s Concerto in C Major for Flute and Harp. Claudine’s appearances as a featured soloist also include performances with the Windy City Chorus, Vox Caelestis Women’s Chorus, the Fleur de Lys Chorale, and the Waukegan Concert Chorus. She has performed first harp and backstage solos for five seasons with the Pamiro Opera Company and played principle harp for two seasons in productions of The Nutcracker ballet with the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra. As part of the Chicago Orpheus Classical Music Series, Claudine was invited to perform a solo recital.

In addition to solo work, Claudine regularly performs with the Milwaukee Festival City Symphony, the Imagination Symphony, the Park Ridge Symphony, and she is in her seventh year as resident harpist with the Waukegan Symphony Orchestra. In the winter of 2004, Claudine performed for the Goodman Theatre’s production of “The Light and the Piazza.” Other orchestral credits include performances with the Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra, Milwaukee’s Bel Canto Chorus, the Northbrook Symphony, the Milwaukee Chamber Orchestra, the Green Bay Civic Orchestra, the Kenosha Symphony Orchestra, and five seasons with the Northwest Indiana Symphony Orchestra.

Claudine was twice a national finalist in the National Harp Competition in the intermediate and advanced divisions. She has placed second in the Catholic Symphony Orchestra Concerto Competition, the Northsuburban Symphony Competition, and in the Highwood Women’s Club Music Competition. In addition to private teaching, Claudine plays for a variety of corporate events and weddings.
Please use the music player below to listen/navigate through some of Claudine's samples. There is some lead time at the begining of each song.
Track #      Song

1

En Bateau
2 Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
3 Canon in D

4

Bach's Prelude
5 Wedding March