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Mariko Anraku, harp; Emmanuel Ceysson, harp; Leading members of the Met Orchestra

“Ceysson is a rising star of the harp world…Both his technique and his musicianship are virtually flawless…It was an impressive and deeply involving evening.” – The Washington Post

Principal Cello, Met Orchestra

“…a manifestation of grace and elegance.” – The Jerusalem Post

Principal Clarinet
Met Orchestra

“Melinda Wagner’s “Pan Journal” is a work by a top professional who knows how to keep the ears and brains of her listeners engaged.” – Vance R. Koven, Boston Music Intelligencer



On December 18, The Met Orchestra’s exquisite harpists, Mariko Anraku and Emmanuel Ceysson, will join forces with seven principal players of the Met Orchestra for a celestial afternoon of music making. Their alluring program will include duos and ensemble works featuring the harp by Debussy and Ravel and engaging new music by the award-winning, Ridgewood-based composers Melinda Wagner and Gilad Cohen.


Claude Debussy

Danses sacree et profane, L. 103 for harp and strings

Maurice Ravel

Ma mere l’oye arranged for two harps

Gilad Cohen

Trio for a Spry Clarinet, Weeping Cello and Ruminating Harp

Melinda Wagner

Pan Journal for harp and string quartet

Claude Debussy

Suite Bergamasque, L. 75 arranged for two harps by Matthieu Martin

Maurice Ravel

Introduction and Allegro for harp, flute, clarinet, and string quartet

Meet Met Harpists Emmanuel Ceysson and Mariko Anraku:

Emmanuel Ceysson performs Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro:
Mariko Anraku performs Fauré’s Impromptu, Op. 86:


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