"Lois Bliss Herbine will provide an engaging hour with her exceptionally
well-played program" - Philadelphia Music Makers magazine

Herbine's diverse programming offers flexible accompaniment - piano, guitar, harp or strings.

Duo Harpyn

Flutist Lois Herbine and Harpist Sophie Bruno teamed up for the first time together thirty years ago for a performance of the Mozart flute and harp concerto and They have been performing together ever since. They are now DUO HARPYN - Harpyn is an ancient French word meaning "player of the harp". It is also an original spelling for Herbine.

Philadelphia Harp Music Festival Concert held at the Church of St. Luke and the Epiphany, 330 South 13th, Philadelphia on October 10, 2010. Performed by Lois Bliss Herbine (flute), Susan Arnold (viola), and Erica Goodman (harp).

Pete Smyser arranged the guitar accompaniment for this rendition of Flower Duet from Lakme (by Leo Delibes). Contact Pete Smyser for booking information for the duo

Past CLIENTELE & PERFORMANCE VENUES

Republican Governor’s Association
MCI
State Farm Insurance
Merck
SmithKline Beecham
McNeil Laboratories
National Center for Applied Research  
Provident Bank
Montgomery McCracken
Jaguar
Fox Chase Cancer Center
Abington Memorial Hospital
St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children
Basilica of St. Peter and Paul
Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel
Congregation Rodeph Shalom
Music at Abington Series
St. Thomas’ Carillon Recitals
Lower Makefield Society of the Performing Arts
The Four Seasons Hotel
The Union League
Bucks County Performing Arts Center
Christ’s Church Concert Series
Academy of Music
Kimmel Center
Foulkeways
Waverly Heights
Philly Fringe Festival
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Tower Records
Albright College Concert Series
University of Pennsylvania
Drexel University
Villanova University

The Broad Street Review

"My personal favorite is a Ravel piano duet that Salzedo arranged for flute, viola and harp. I heard it for the first time at a Dolce Suono concert last season, and it instantly became one of the highlights of my musical life. It sounded just as attractive in the hands of the three musicians who played it at the end of the Sunday night concert: flutist Lois Herbine, violist Susan Arnold and harpist Erica Goodman. The combination of Ravel's music and Salzedo's arrangement works so well that it's hard to believe it wasn't originally written for the flute, viola and harp combination."  - Tom Purdom, The Broad Street Review, the Philadelphia Harp Music Festival headliner concert