Grammy-nominated harpist to perform free concert at NKU

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Grammy-nominated harpist Brandee Younger is coming to Northern Kentucky University’s Greaves Concert Hall in March to perform a free concert open to the public.

Younger recently made history at the 2022 Grammy Awards as the first Black female solo artist nominated in the “Best Instrumental Composition” category for her song “Beautiful Is Black.” 

Over her career, Younger has performed and recorded across many genres with artists, including John Legend, The Roots, Lauryn Hill, Common, Pharoah Sanders, Ravi Coltrane, Ron Carter and Charlie Haden. Her original composition “Hortense” was featured in the Netflix Concert Documentary “Beyoncé: Homecoming.”

The concert is scheduled for Thursday, March 2, at 7 p.m. at Greaves Concert Hall, 141 Fine Arts Building, 100 Louie B. Nunn Drive, Highland Heights. Free parking is available in parking lots D and I.

More information is available at For any questions, email [email protected] or call the box office at (859) 572-5464 between noon and 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

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