Harpist Yolanda Kondonassis awarded the 2011 Cleveland Arts Prize for Music and Dance

Internationally acclaimed harpist Yolanda Kondonassis will be awarded the 2011 Cleveland Arts Prize for Music and Dance on June 28th at the 51st annual awards ceremony at the Gartner Auditorium at The Cleveland Museum of Art.

Celebrated as one of the world's premiere solo harpists and widely regarded as today's most recorded classical harpist, Yolanda Kondonassis has performed around the globe as a concerto soloist and in recital, bringing her unique brand of musicianship and warm artistry to an ever-increasing audience.  Since making her debut at age 18 with the New York Philharmonic and Zubin Mehta, Kondonassis has appeared as a soloist with major orchestras in the United States and abroad.  To read more about Ms. Kondonassis and this award, visit http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?llr=8no4pudab&v=001AbyoPARFHBPBy8QEYcFvIjHFaRMmwjgEn86xy_0bRCwF6_9Jd3N9BRULxHx13bMKb7XBSXZOxakrmJNcRHkQmLf-joLccWwgAPTkILk24pss3UqH2w3rv-szxIzFBYzR8Xb7S9waRL5qZBC7t1c8apVXsj5mnLEXFfUpmQXIW9lZQAnr2_0au2QL_iM33wWzRVuJ4zhIWC9PJ41xzdTAcuQoq1odO7Cwf5XIIrod2lABUxedLTtRdMyixoNcRcXACjqR4Ht71g1HQDQ52MIYgiAiSJ9FnDDOy0dWat_2bpj8FBbvafGuYJRwIwhlxFaK