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Elizabeth Hainen featured  in “10 Female Music Professors that Inspire Us”
Mariya Khan | College Magazine
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Philadelphia Orchestra Musicians’ Audience Appreciation Concerts
Solo PerformancePhiladelphia City Institute Branch Library, Rittenhouse Square | October 23, 2017, 12:30 PM
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Solo Performance
Open Bible Lutheran Church, The Villages, FL | Sunday, November 26, 2017, 3 PM
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CD Release Party for “HOME”
February 2018 Breckenridge, CO TBD
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Harptacular 2017, presented by Lyon & Healy
Elizabeth Hainen, featured artist | Dallas, TXOctober 20-22, 2017
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The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center presents French Virtuosity
Saratoga Performing Arts Center | August 20, 2017
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In Ravel’s Introduction and Allegro with the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center: 
“…the star performer was Elizabeth Hainen on the harp”
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Linking the Centuries
Tom Purdom | Broad Street Review
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Nu Shu should become a staple”
Steve Cohen | Broad Street Review
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WHYY Features Elizabeth Hainen
Peter Crimmins | WHYY | NPR
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NPR Weekend Edition Features Elizabeth Hainen & Tan Dun
Rachel Martin | Weekend Edition Sunday | NPR
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“The harp is the perfect instrument to tell his story”
Tom DiNardo | Philadelphia Daily News
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“Tan Dun was knocked out by the range of Elizabeth Hainen’s musicianship, and wanted to add her to the constellation of soloists for whom he has written, including Yo-Yo Ma and Lang Lang.”
David Patrick Stearns | Philadelphia Inquirer
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“I’ve got my ticket! I can’t wait to hear in person”
Kimberly Rowe | The Harp Column
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Elizabeth Hainen & Philadelphia Orchestra to Present US Premiere of Nu Shu: Secret Songs of Women
Classical Music Desk | ClassicalWorld.com
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