This harpist has
played the harp from an early age. When 16 she won a
scholarship to what was then the Royal Manchester College
of Music. She plays regularly in a large number of
locations in North Wales and the North-West of England.
She is proud to play on a beautiful Horngacher
"Orchestra" harp which was built in 1986 in Starnberg,
Solo items of your favourite music can give a focus to the
proceedings during the signing of the register. The harp
can also provide a distinctive accompaniment for a singer.
The harp is ideal as it can be transported into rooms
which do not have a piano. A harp not only provides music,
but gives a touch of elegance to the proceedings.
Her beautiful gilded harp would enhance any
The choice of music is yours, but remember not to include
any sacred music in a civil ceremony.
Wedding receptions - Background Music.
This is a very popular option, and again gives the guests
a focus during the sometimes lengthy process of taking the
photographs. It can also provide a discreet background
during the meal.