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YAHS alumni Madeline Blood (left) made her debut with The Philadelphia Orchestra playing alongside principal harpist Elizabeth Hainen.

Bravo to Madeline Blood (YAHS 2003) who made her debut with The Philadelphia Orchestra playing in their Glorious Sounds of Christmas concerts in December. Maestro Bramwell Tovey tweeted of the “thrilling sound of two harps in perfect synchronicity.”¬†Madeline played second harp next to principal harpist Elizabeth Hainen, who she studied with at the Curtis Institute of Music along with Judy Loman. Madeline graduated from Curtis in 2012 after becoming the youngest harpist ever to enter the harp studio.[/fusion_builder_column][/fusion_builder_row][/fusion_builder_container]