Harpists

It is becoming increasingly popular to employ live musicians to play both for the civil ceremony, pre-reception drinks & meal.

Great results can be achieved with our pianists, harpists, guitarists, saxophonists string & musical ensembles, which can be combinations of pianist, cellist, harpist, violinist etc. and of course the full monty - THE STRING QUARTET.

NEW for 2014 is our BABY GRAND PIANO HIRE - complete with pianist, adding a real touch of class (please call us for full details).

For weddings with a Scottish flavour we can provide a superb piper, in full highland regalia & if your venue has a mediaeval theme we have a wide choice of costumed mediaeval musicians playing the instruments of the period. This can be very romantic & also offer you some superb photographic opportunities.

Below are some of our more popular harpists. To choose other instrumental artists please use the menu to the right.

Where available, there are audio clips, video clips & playlists.

Stephanie Roberts

Let Stephanie recapture the ambience of a bygone age with the silvery strains of Stephanie's elegant harp. She has an extensive repertoire including celtic, folk, classical, popular & light jazz music. For larger events or venues Stephanie can provide a full (unobtrusive) PA system.

She started playing the harp aged 13 & continued her harp studies at London College of Music. Now, as a professional harpist, she performs in hotels, concert halls & with orchestras throughout the UK including Russell Watson’s touring orchestra. She has performed Handel’s Harp Concerto & Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols”. In 2000 she released a CD “A Tapestry of Harp”. In July 2008, Stephanie was privileged to play her harp for Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra on her visit to Coalport China Museum.

As well as pedal harp, Stephanie plays the lever harp which she offers with amplification for events planned for outside * (conditions apply*).

Stephanie is also able to provide a combination of harp & piano music. Please ask for more details.

Harpists

It is becoming increasingly popular to employ live musicians to play both for the civil ceremony, pre-reception drinks & meal.

Great results can be achieved with our pianists, harpists, guitarists, saxophonists string & musical ensembles, which can be combinations of pianist, cellist, harpist, violinist etc. and of course the full monty - THE STRING QUARTET.

NEW for 2014 is our BABY GRAND PIANO HIRE - complete with pianist, adding a real touch of class (please call us for full details).

For weddings with a Scottish flavour we can provide a superb piper, in full highland regalia & if your venue has a mediaeval theme we have a wide choice of costumed mediaeval musicians playing the instruments of the period. This can be very romantic & also offer you some superb photographic opportunities.

Below are some of our more popular Harpists. To choose other instrumental artists please use the menu to the right.

Where available, there are audio clips, video clips & playlists.

Stephanie Roberts

Let Stephanie recapture the ambience of a bygone age with the silvery strains of Stephanie's elegant harp. She has an extensive repertoire including celtic, folk, classical, popular & light jazz music. For larger events or venues Stephanie can provide a full (unobtrusive) PA system.

She started playing the harp aged 13 & continued her harp studies at London College of Music. Now, as a professional harpist, she performs in hotels, concert halls & with orchestras throughout the UK including Russell Watson’s touring orchestra. She has performed Handel’s Harp Concerto & Britten’s “Ceremony of Carols”. In 2000 she released a CD “A Tapestry of Harp”. In July 2008, Stephanie was privileged to play her harp for Her Royal Highness Princess Alexandra on her visit to Coalport China Museum.

As well as pedal harp, Stephanie plays the lever harp which she offers with amplification for events planned for outside * (conditions apply*).

Stephanie is also able to provide a combination of harp & piano music. Please ask for more details.