Welcome! Doc Severinsen calls her the "wild woman" of the harp, and she's changing the way the world sees this ancient instrument. To describe Deborah Henson-Conant is nearly impossible, but she calls her music "cross-genre": jazz-pop-comedy-folk-blues-flamenco-celtic, and she is as much an entertainer as a musician.
She performs in symphony halls as a soloist with major orchestras, and she plays intimate shows in jazz clubs and theaters nationwide. She has toured with the Boston Pops, opened for Ray Charles at Tanglewood, played backstage duets with Aerosmith's Steven Tyler, starred in the PBS special, "Celtic Harpestry," played at the SuperBowl (harp, that is), has been featured on NBC, CBS, CNN, NPR, and hosted TV shows for BET and BBC affiliates.