Drawing on her Scottish heritage and on her experiences from several trips to the British Isles, Jo Morrison paints a vivid image of the Celtic world through her performances. Using exciting, upbeat dance tunes and evocative, emotional airs, Jo touches the souls of her audiences. Jo performs with Port Righ. This Celtic music ensemble consists of Jo and her husband, Wayne, who joins Jo on shuttle pipes and vocals. Her appearances include: Smithsonian, U.S. Capitol, Mount Vernon, Potomac Celtic Festival, Common Ground on the Hill, Strathmore Hall, American Music and Arts Festival, and Folklore Society of Greater Washington's Mini-Fest Feature Concert. In May 2002, Jo performed (with Port Righ) at the Anam Cara artist retreat in Ireland. Jo has taught at Common Ground on the Hill, Ohio Scottish Arts School, Somerset Folk Harp Festival, and at private workshops around the country.
Jo wrote an article for Sylvia's monthly e-newsletter, telling about her harp journey. You can read the article here.
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