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Dark Horse 
with Fanny Ara

Willow Tree  

St. Martin's Tango
with Fanny Ara

Mystic's Dream
with Meli Rivera



Triskela Harp Trio's sound can be described as "California Celtic": a fusion of world folk traditions, early music and original works which reflect the multi-culturalism of the Bay Area.  Triskela's arrangements for three lever harps, voice, Irish whistle, flute, and percussion transport listeners to an other-worldly, yet richly familiar, place.  While the trio never fails to delight audiences with lively jigs, reels and other classic Celtic fare, Triskela always has a suprise up their sleeves with music from Latin America, the Middle East and beyond.

Since 1997, Diana Stork, Shawna Spiteri, and Portia Diwa have played their eclectic
repertoire throughout northern California, performing at Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, the Festival of Harps at the Dorothy Spreckels Performing Arts Center, the SF Celtic Music Festival and even at San Francisco's City Hall. Their debut CD, Voice of Tara, has been featured on folk radio music programs at local stations KALW, KPFA and KPOO, among others. In 2008, Triskela's recording of Diana Stork's uplifting piece "Wedding Bells" was selected for the feature documentary "Reclaiming the Blade," narrated by John Rhys-Davies.


Named after the triskele – an ancient Celtic symbol consisting of three interlocking

spirals – Triskela combines harp music and spirit, using the beauty of music to bring

harmony to the world.