Héloïse Carlean-Jones, photo by Janice Carissa


at home: Performances | Héloïse Carlean-Jones

The harpist Héloïse Carlean-Jones, Yale MM 2020, performs classical selections from Benjamin Britten’s Suite for Harp (1969) and J. S. Bach’s Chaconne.

at home: Performances

Join us each month for a unique prerecorded concert, talk, or literary reading from performing artists around the world as they invite us into their homes for newly created informal performances and discussions.

About Héloïse Carlean-Jones

The French-born Carlean-Jones has a bold and personal style that is informed by the deep understanding of the music she performs. In our first installment of at home: Performances, Carlean-Jones pushes the boundaries of her instrument in stirring performances of Benjamin Britten’s Suite for Harp (1969) and J. S. Bach’s Chaconne from Partita no. 2 for Violin, transcribed for harp by Dewey Owens. 

This program was produced by the Yale Center for British Art in association with Héloïse Carlean-Jones. © Yale Center for British Art, 2020

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