Tapestry to perform in Fayette


Staff Report



The Rorick Room at the Fayette Opera House will be filled with the sounds of harp and guitar as the acclaimed duo Tapestry will perform at a 7:30 p.m. concert in Fayette’s Historic Opera House.

The Tapestry Duo includes harpist Denise Grupp-Verbon and acoustic guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Michael Grupp-Verbon and is based in Toledo. The duo have been performing and recording together for more than 11 years.

Denise and Michael have created a truly distinctive sound, with their unique arranging & composing, and by the intertwining of different instruments. Playing many different styles of music from Celtic and folk to pop, cassical, and more, Tapestry has developed into one of the region’s finest niche performance groups.

“Tapestry is a great treat for those who enjoy extraordinary musical skills and creative artistic direction,” said Tom Spiess, director of the Fayette Opera House. Spiess noted that this is the third time that the group has performed in Fayette. “They are a great group with a great sound who regularly perform to standing ovations,” said Spiess.

As always, a reception for the performers and guests will take place in the University Gallery following the concert.

For ticket reservation, call the Opera House Box Office at (419) 237-3111 and leave your ticket request. Tickets may be picked up at the Opera House when the doors open at 7 p.m.

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