Symphony Orchestra member Leigh Stringfellow at the harp, is rehearsing for the Paul Robeson tribute, featuring works by Charlie Parker, and Scott Joplin at the Hayti Heritage Center.
The North Carolina Harp Duo combines the talents of professional harpists, Grace Wepner Ludtke and Leigh Stringfellow.
Teacher, mother and tiny hands cultivate passion for the harp.
Seven-year old of Chapel Hill learns harp from teacher Leigh Stringfellow.
To Russia with Love|Chapel Hill News, March 2015
That lead Varchenko to Stringfellow, a harpist in Chapel Hill who is a registered teacher through the American Harp Society.
Harpist, Leigh Stringfellow | News & Observer, January 2015
Video profile by Harry Lynch.
Lost in the Trees & New Music Raleigh offer bigger sounds, smaller emotions | Indy Weekly, December 2012
Leigh was thrilled to play with New Music Raleigh in their live performance with Lost in the Trees.
An Annie Wright School senior hopes to combine her two passions in college and career: aviation and playing the harp.
Young local harpists to show their pluck | Seattle Times, May 2003
Leigh Stringfellow was not yet 4 when she announced she wanted to play the harp after seeing and hearing one at her sister's choir performance...