The Pittsburgh Chapter of the American Harp Society presented a free concert by the largest harp ensemble ever, consisting of 39 harps and harpists at Carnegie Music Hall lobby on December 10, 2019 at 6:30 PM. Professional, amateur and student harpist members performed a one hour concert of Holiday favorites conducted by Daniel Nesta Curtis, resident staff conductor at Carnegie Mellon University. Harpists ranging in age from 6-66 from the Pittsburgh Symphony, Pittsburgh Opera and Ballet, Carnegie Mellon University, Creative and Performing Arts High School, Pittsburgh Youth Symphony Orchestra, Ringgold School District Harpers, plus area elementary, middle and high school harpists were among the performers. Included in the concert were arrangements of the Suite from the Nutcracker Ballet by Tchaikovsky, Sleigh Ride by Leroy Anderson, Greensleeves, Carol of the Bells, and Silent Night. Pittsburgh Chapter of American Harp Society president, Gretchen Van Hoesen gave the introduction and the entire concert was recorded and broadcast on WQED FM radio station. It will be rebroadcast on Christmas day. Immediately following this pre concert was the Concert by the Carnegie Mellon Philharmonic in Carnegie Music Hall conducted by Music Director Andres Cardenes.