Accomplished harpist, Joanne Glover, will be joined by soprano Sharon Garvey as she showcases the harp’s musical versatility as part of the First at Two concert series. Audience members will enjoy diverse musical styles that span centuries, from opera to jazz. The concert is Sunday, February 25 at 2 p.m. at the First Congregational United Church of Christ located at 25 E. Benton Avenue in Naperville. A free-will offering will benefit CAN (Community Access Naperville’s Vocational and Recreational Program for Young Adults with Developmental Disabilities).

“Ms. Glover is a master performer who will demonstrate the versatility of the harp with music from the Baroque era, French opera, 20th century contemporary, multi-cultural folk music and even jazz,” explained First at Two creator Christopher Lorimer. “She’ll also share some of the mechanical secrets of the harp and be joined by Ms. Garvey for a beautiful soprano and harp arrangement of the children’s story, Good Night, Moon.”

First At Two concerts originated to make the musical arts more accessible to more people. This performance is no exception as there will be something for everyone to enjoy.

For more information about First at Two, call 630-355-1024 or visit http://www.loveandjustice.org/events/firstattwo.