Triskela Harp Trio
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Triskela Harp Trio

San Bruno, California, United States | INDIE

San Bruno, California, United States | INDIE
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Voice of Tara (2006), Elefunt indie label

Featuring the haunting ballads and lively dance tunes of the British Isles, plus many original works, "Voice of Tara" blends the beauty of the harp with cello, fiddle, percussion and singing. "Voice of Tara" has been heard on folk and alternative radio programs such as "Folk Music and Beyond" and "Tangents" on KALW, "Celtic Universe" on KWMR, "Crossing Borders" on KRCB and "Harpestry" on KRVS.

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Since 1997, the members of Triskela Harp Trio -- Diana Stork, Portia Diwa & Shawna Spiteri -- have performed uplifting concerts all over the Bay Area at such venues as St. Mary’s and Grace Cathedrals in San Francisco, the Festival of Harps at the Spreckels Center in Rohnert Park, Pacifica Performances and even in the rotunda at SF City Hall. In 2008, their recording of Diana's lively composition “Wedding Bells” (from Triskela’s debut CD Voice of Tara) was featured in the documentary “Reclaiming the Blade”, narrated by British actor John Rhys-Davies.

All three members of Triskela play multiple instruments and teach privately as well as offering workshops on harp technique, arranging and the history of the harp. Influenced by artists like Loreena McKennitt, Kim Robertson, Ali Akbar Khan and Joni Mitchell,Triskela is creating new horizons for this magical, ancient instrument.


Diana Stork: 34-string Robert Bunker neo-classical harp, silver flute, bodhran

Portia Diwa: 36-string Jerry Goldsby neo-Celtic harp, penny whistle, recorder

Shawna Spiteri: 34-string John Westling neo-Gothic harp, bodhran, maracas, lead vocals