George moved to Lake Tahoe, Nevada in 1986.  In 1992 he met future wife Anwyn at an SCA event (Society for Creative Anachronisms - a medieval living history group).  It was at the local SCA meetings that he, Anwyn and other local performers formed Celtic folk group Clan na Gael.   After touring with Clan na Gael for 7 years (the group disbanded in 1999), George and Anwyn relocated to southern Oregon and continue playing music as a duo. 

George believes in the power of positive thinking and human potential. His hobbies include making musical instruments,  meditation/metaphysics, medieval history, hiking, swimming, and sungazing (surya yoga).

George Leverett was born and raised in High Point, North Carolina.   George began playing guitar at the age of 15, and used that as a foundation to learn other instruments.   Although proficient on several stringed instruments, it wasn't until his early 20's that he found his true musical love: the Celtic harp.
George feels most at home in natural settings, and it is there that he feels the presence of divinity the strongest.  He uses music as an outlet to express this connection.  No other intrument conveys this sense of magic and haunting beauty better than Celtic harp.
George's musical influences run a wide range of styles and composers: including Sileas (celtic harpers), Emily Mitchell (harpist), Burt Baccarach (1960's songwriter), the Mediaevel Baebes, the Doors (rock), and a variety of classical and folk artists.
George Leverett
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