The Debussy Trio

Marcia Dickstein of The Debussy Trio

Marcia Dickstein of The Debussy Trio

Marcia Dickstein | Harp

MARCIA DICKSTEIN, renowned harpist, is enticing new audiences to harp in chamber music and harp solo with orchestra, and inspiring composers to write new works in classical and jazz genres. As Founder/Artistic Director of The Debussy Trio, she has performed worldwide, in the United States, Canada, Europe, Scandinavia, and Japan, over NPR radio, on commercial & PBS television.

Adjunct Professor of Harp at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, and Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA, Marcia holds master classes throughout the United States and maintains a private studio in Los Angeles. Her transcriptions and scholarly editions of solo and chamber music for professional and student harpists are published by Fatrock Ink .

Marcia has been featured as solo and chamber music harpist at festivals, in film and television, and as a recording artist. Her most recent recordings are “Look Ahead” and “Three by Three” (Klavier label), which feature 10 new works especially written for The Debussy Trio (Klavier label) and “Chill Dog” (Pupsnap Music).

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MARCIA'S CREDITS

Solo with Orchestra/Chorus:

  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Glendale, CA
  • Los Angeles Master Chorale
  • Louisville
  • New West, CA
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • South Bay, CA
  • Roger Wagner Chorale
  • William Hall Chorale

Film/TV: (sample list)

  • La La Land
  • Star Wars: Rogue
  • Moana
  • Indiana Jones 4
  • Toy Story 1-3
  • Matrix 1-3
  • Memoirs of a Geisha

Festivals:

  • Alaska
  • Oregon
  • New Mexico

Awards:

  • Aaron Copland Fund
  • National Endowment of the Arts
  • Meet the Composer, USA
  • US Fund at International Festivals
  • California Arts Council
  • Department of Cultural Affairs Los Angeles
  • Presser Foundation of Pennsylvania
  • Times Mirror Los Angeles

Tours:

  • United States
  • Canada
  • Europe
  • Japan
  • Scandinavia

Broadcasts:

  • St. Paul Sunday
  • Performance Today
  • Voice of America
  • 200 NPR Stations
  • National PBS television