Whether your event is a formal concert, elegant wedding, or festive corporate reception it will be a success with entertainment by harpist Louise Trotter.
She is a nationally recognized harpist as performer, workshop leader, composer, arranger, as well as recording artist. Combining a love of music with performing, she is a versatile entertainer with many years of experience. The scope of her broad repertoire of classical, Broadway, pop and folk music makes her a wise choice for your event. She may play as a soloist or with a duo or trio combined with flute, voilin, guitar or string bass. Louise uses her full size 7 ft. concert harp. or a smaller 5 ft. Celtic style harp, each fitted for amplification if necessary. Louise played nightly for several years at the Brownstone Restaurant, Adams Mark Hotel Restaurant, and has played events at the upscale Houstonian Hotel, Houston Country Club, Service League, Brennan's and Houston Racquet Club. She also plays at various churches for weddings and memorial services. Retirement homes love her programs for seniors with her varied repertoire of movie themes, patriotic and golden oldies. She even dresses in costume if the occasion demands, such as Irish, Renaissance, pioneer, or country western.
Louise has a background of musical training in piano and harp since childhood, having had advanced classical harp studies at Texas Women's University, with Mildred Dilling in New York City and the finest jazz harpists in the U.S. She played several years in the Beaumont, TX Symphony orchestra , also Baytown Symphony. She has performed in harp festivals for the American Harp Society, International Society for Folk Harpers, Edinburgh Scotland Harp Festival, Lyon & Healy Jazz & Pop Festival, Somerset Harp Festival, Big Sky Montana, the Ohio Gathering, and Southeastern Harp Festival in Asheville, NC. She publishes arrangements and original compositions through Melody's Music, Lyon & Healy, and Vanderbilt Music Co. She has 13 CD recordings of classical, pop standards, Broadway, Christian, Christmas, relaxation, and country western styles.
Louise Trotter (Harp)