Here's something different for music fans of every genre, and an introduction to a very versatile young lady. Harpist Amy Turk has composed and performed in genres ranging from power metal, through folk music, to classical. She graduated with a Masters degree from the Royal Academy of Music in London, England, in 2014.
Her last performance at the Academy has become a hit worldwide. From her bio at her Web site:
For her final recital Amy transcribed and arranged J.S. Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV565, drawing heavily from the original organ score and consulting with organists at the Academy in order to properly convey the timbral details of the original work, in addition to incorporating authentic German baroque ornamentation.
I'd never have thought of the Toccata and Fugue as a harp piece, but Ms. Turk delivers a virtuoso performance.
To demonstrate her cross-genre versatility, here she is with Billy Idol's "White Wedding".
And, continuing the marital theme from the world of folk music, the very well-known "Mairi's Wedding".
You'll find more of her work on her YouTube channel. I think she's off to a great start to what I hope will be a long musical career.