Natalie Cox is a professional harpist playing many styles of music for forty years. She is well versed in solo, small ensemble and orchestral performing. She held the position of principal harpist with the Oakland Symphony from 1980-2015.
There she met and formed The Paciﬁc Arts Trio with cellist Dan Reiter, and ﬂutist Angela Koregelos. In 1988 they toured Alaska and recorded a CD titled Masterpieces of Claude Debussy. With their current ﬂutist, Alice Lenaghan, the trio performs in chamber music concerts and at special events throughout California.
Natalie teaches harp privately and at Dominican University in Marin County. Her student ensemble of Celtic harps, Harps of Orpheus, performs throughout the Bay Area.
Among her numerous commercial recording credits are the ﬁlms The Black Stallion, and Never Cry Wolf.
Natalie created Harps for Healthcare to provide healing music to people in many kinds of care facilities.
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The selections are O’Carolan’s Dream, by Turlough O’Carolan, arr. by Dan Reiter and Ribambelle #6 by Bernard Andres.