Reviews

“... a genuine virtuosa of her instrument.”  

     - San Francisco Examiner

 

 

“... Fulton drew from all of [the harps] a serene and delicate sound... remarkable instruments which Fulton played with total skill and reverent affection.”  

     - The Washington Post

 

 

“Cheryl Ann Fulton was exceptional, spinning her harp notes into gold.”

     - San Francisco Examiner

 

 

“... it is the sheer brilliance of her playing that lends this CD (The Airs of Wales) to repeated playings and sets Cheryl Ann Fulton apart as an unparalleled harp player.”

     - The National Folk Music Magazine, Dirty Linen

 

 

“... harpist Cheryl Ann Fulton made a golden contribution to the taming of the Furies.”

     - The Boston Globe - review of Gluck’s Orfeo with the Boston Baroque Orchestra

 

 

“One especially admired Cheryl Ann Fulton’s expansive harp accompaniments.”

     - The New York Times - review of Monteverdi’s Orfeo with the Boston Camerata

 

 

“Cheryl Ann Fulton is a harpist whose dedication to technique is legendary....the harp, in the hands of an artist like this, is like an elder statesman of the human spirit...”

     - Folk Harp Journal

 

 

“... Cheryl Fulton...cast a spell over hundreds of people.  [Her] combination of vivid articulation and solid tone enabled her to captivate this audience in no time at all...”

     - Harpbeat of the Bay

 

 

“...the sensitivity of her playing is matched by her virtuosity.  She...will appeal to lovers of folk and classical music.”

     - The Inverness Courier, Scotland

 

 

“Her crisp, concise technique is the perfect compliment to this music....Her love for both music and instrument are obvious in her performance.”

     - Y Delyn, Journal of the Welsh Harp Society

 

 

“Cheryl Ann Fulton has the ability to captivate her audience, and the charm and power   to lift the human spirit through her music.”

     - San Francisco Classical Voice

 

 

"Cheryl Ann Fulton’s performance of Handel’s Harp Concerto in B-flat Major, Op. 4 on the Welsh triple harp was wonderful. Her polished performance and the unique sounds of her historic harp were quite a discovery."

     - Peninsula Reviews Alexander’s Feast With a Tasty Twist, by Peter Tuff July 16, 2012

 

 

"Embraced within Handel’s oratorio “Alexander’s Feast” he placed Handel’s lovely harp concerto featuring Cheryl Ann Fulton’s brilliant playing of the Welsh triple harp ......"       

     - Barbara's Best - Top Culture from California's Central Coast Presented by Barbara

       Rose Shuler    Review: Bach, Handel and Cacioppo

 

 

"Cheryl Ann Fulton's beautiful playing, full of passion and heartfelt expression, shines through her solos."

     - Folk Harp Journal (2016)