Our Story

Ms. Barbara Kay Heitz, "The Lady Lark" lives in Northern Virginia and is originally from Indiana. She is a former member of the The Richmond Symphony and many Chamber Ensembles and Orchestras; and has performed in Denmark, Canada, Mexico and throughout the United States.

From her classical background, Ms. Heitz ventured into the realms of creative improvisation with dance, art work and traditional folk music.  She produced a Classical and Celtic CD, "Wheels of the World," with her group, Goldenwood.  They created "Dance, Draw and Dream" workshops and Music and Nature programs, in addition to concert series and gala programs. She then began "The Lady Lark" Music working with other world-class musicians in varieties of styles for creative projects, dances and elegant engagements.

Ms. Heitz is the first musician to interpret works of art with improvisational music for family educational programs at the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and the National Gallery of Art.

Great gratitude to Belmont Manor and Country Club and to photographer Andrew Culhane for photos on location.

All rights reserved Images and Sound files copyright © 2014 by The Lady Lark

 

EXTENDED UPCOMING MUSICAL PROJECTS INCLUDE:

Collaborating with renowned visual artist, Donnell Lewis, Director of the Congressional Arts Program - developing unique educational programs; using a multi-disciplinary approach to the arts, combining music and art "Sketching and Music in the Garden and Gallery...and Beyond.."


Creating upcoming House Concert Series featuring distinct repertoire rarely heard on the concert stages in collaboration with other musicians, composers and music lovers.

Integrating Music as Well-Being for upcoming workshops and performances.

"Wonderful Live Music is the universal language that connects all of us."
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Call 703-818-7399 for information and availability or email: theladylark@msn.com