Celebrating my 20th Anniversary as a Harpist

Here is a video from my interview with the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Click here to listen to the podcast interview. I am playing “It had to be you” from my new album, Beneath the Starry Moonlight. Click here to order!

Schrodinger’s Cat
This book is the final (for now) result of a three-year collaboration I did with my father, Loren Pankratz, Ph.D.
The video includes a song from my new album, Beneath the Starry Moonlight.

Happy Valentine’s Day
A short video of some cards that I made along with a song from my new album, Beneath the Starry Moonlight.

Bonnie at Morn Concert
On March 20, 2022, I did a concert at the Fayetteville Public Library to release my album, Bonnie at Morn. I played several cuts from the new album, my upcoming album, and a few other family favorites. It is a fun and diverse collection of tunes!

The following two videos are from October 31, 2021. When the weather allows, I like to dress up as the book fairy and pass out treats while playing a tune or two.

Christmas 2020—Holiday Harp Music

The 2020 holiday season is proving a challenge for all of us. Here are two videos to give you a little cheer during this time.

First, two songs that I feel best represent our dreams for 2020… with multiple layers of meaning. “There’s No Place Like Home for the Holidays” and “I’ll Be Home for Christmas.”

Then the video of a concert I did at Butterfield Trail Village on December 10, 2020. I performed on stage while they broadcast the concert on their in-house tv channel. Performing to an unknown audience was a new experience but I think we all felt the holiday cheer.

A Driveway Celtic Gala Evening Concert — June 17, 2020

Here is the link to a concert that I gave from my driveway. Please read the post about the event.

Driveway Harp Peace Concert — June 2, 2020

Here is the link to a concert that I gave from my driveway. Please read the post about the event.

Beautiful Dreamer by Stephen Foster.

A friend requested this song so I did this short video featuring the spring flowers in my yard.


Holiday Solstice Concert at Mildred B. Cooper Chapel in Bella Vista.

On December 21, 2015, I played a Holiday Solstice Concert at the Mildred B. Cooper Chapel in Bella Vista, Arkansas. I asked the audience to sing the lyrics to the version of Edelweiss that my family sings as Grace before meals. This was obviously the first time singing these lyrics for this group! They did a great job.

KUAF Fall Fundraiser.IMG_2835

Please help support KUAF during the Fall Fundraiser. Don’t let the goal fall slowly! You can make it quick with your donation. I’m playing the song “Falling Slowly” from Once.

A Gaelic Lass.

Here is a video from the first cut of my debut CD release “A Priceless Meadow.” This song is a mashup of two traditional songs “Gaelic Melody” and “Young Margaret.” We filmed this video in Witter, Eureka Springs and Gulley Park in Fayetteville, Arkansas. I had an excellent crew. The harp on my album cover and the large harp in the video are both Thormahlen Ceili’s – these are my babies! The small harp in the video is a Sharpsicle by Harpsicle Harps.

A Lovely Wedding at Thorncrown Chapel.

Thorncrown Chapel in Eureka Springs, Arkansas is one of my favorite places for a wedding. Here is a short video from a wedding in June.
Songs include “Falling Slowly,” “Water is Wide/Thou I May Speak” arrangement by RoJean Loucks ( and “Celestial” by Frank Voltz.


Recently, I was lucky enough to go on a trip to Italy with my husband and family. I took a few snaps, of course, and found some music I like playing that goes with the pictures. I hope you enjoy the video… be sure to watch to the end.

The Razorback Fight Song. GO HOGS!!!


A little marketing video I did for fun. This shows some of my favorite locations to play and a favorite Irish song, “Kilcash.”

Just for fun. A little video of Harry & Hermione.