Harps: Staffordshire - for your Event

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Harp - Audrey in Staffordshire
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£280 - £570
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Audrey is in great demand as a soloist for corporate entertaining and weddings. She is the first call harpist at Coombe Abbey, Coventry, The Lygon Arms, Broadway and other prestigious venues throughout the Midlands. The Harp will add a touch of class to your event in Staffordshire. Audrey has worked with all the major symphony orchestras including six years as Principal Harp with the B.B.C. and Ulster Orchestras. She is also the Principal Harp with the City of Birmingham Touring Opera and The Royal Shakespeare Company.

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Harpist - Anna in Staffordshire
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£210 - £470
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Anna is one of the most versatile and adaptable harpists in the UK. After gaining a degree in music in her native New Zealand, she was the resident harpist in the Hotel Intercontinental in Bahrain. Completing her MA in music at the University of Wales, she then returned to NZ for several years to work as Principal Harpist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra. She was also harpist in residence for New Zealand Government House where she played for receptions and guests including the Emir of B ... more

Maxine - Harpist in Staffordshire
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£240 - £610
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Maxine has a busy free-lance career with some of the UK's leading Symphony, Opera and Ballet Orchestras including the Halle, Opera North, National Symphony Orchestra, English National Ballet, City Ballet of London and Moscow City Ballet. Staffordshire is within this Harp’s local performance area. She also pursues a solo career performing Concertos and Recitals. She has entertained Royalty, and worked with a range of celebrities as diverse as Tenor Russell Watson and Rap Star Kanye West. She has also played aboard cruise ships, at major sports events and ... more

Harpist - Jemima in Staffordshire
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£550 - £1600
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Former Royal Harpist and alternative live looping artist, Jemima is an award winning harpist with a difference. An ideal Harp for a wedding or dinner in Staffordshire. Often described by her clients as being the highlight of their day and exceeding all expectations, Jemima uses an electro- acoustic harp alongside loop and pedal fx technology to create quirky, unique covers that will have your guests talking and playing "name that tune" all day! Her renditions of songs such as Game of Thrones, Sweet Child O' Mine and Gangsta’s Paradise are fast becom ... more

Harpist - Llwelyn in Staffordshire
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£360 - £710
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One of Britain’s leading young harpists in demand internationally, Llywelyn has a wide variety of experience catering to many different types of special occasions from corporate functions to weddings, anniversary milestones, birthday parties and can add a poignant touch to a funeral. Having studied a whole range of different repertoire he can offer multiple genres such as Traditional Welsh music or other folk music. He can also offer a Classical repertoire alongside Jazz standards and even curre ... more

Harpist - Harriet in Staffordshire
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£400 - £700
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Award winning harpist Harriet is in high demand for weddings and functions due to her expertise and performing flair. With over 15 years' experience in the industry, she combines her musical talent with absolute professionalism and a ‘can do’ attitude. In the past few months alone, Harriet has played everywhere from a performance opening the new Indian Wing of the V&A in front of HRH Prince Charles, a special appearance for the charity Warchild's Winter Wassail, and recorded at Abbey Road Studi ... more

Harpist - Xenia in Staffordshire
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£420 - £1000
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Xenia is an experienced harpist who plays a white maple grand concert harp with gilded soundboard. The liquid brilliance of harp music adds a magical dimension to any occasion and provides a relaxing, melodious atmosphere for you and your guests. Staffordshire is within this Harp’s local performance area. Xenia can arrange music according to your tastes from Court Music and Baroque, through light classical to contemporary composers. She also sings and can compose for your special event.

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The Harp pages lists musicians who are available to perform in Staffordshire. They are particularly appropriate for the wedding breakfasts, dinners and evening entertainment. To find out more about them, read on:

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About Staffordshire

The Staffordshire Moorlands, in the north of the county, has to be the best area for walking. Situated on the southern fringes of the Peak District it's an ideal base for everything from gentle strolls to energetic hill walking. More demanding footpaths can be found among the rugged crags of The Roaches or along the ancient packhorse trails of the Dane Valley. Long distance walkers can enjoy the scenic pleasures of the Staffordshire Way, Gritstone Trail and Limestone Way. If you prefer short circular walks, head for the softer landscapes of the limestone dales, the Churnet Valley, Rudyard Lake or local country parks. North of Leek lies some of the most impressive scenery in the county in the form of The Roaches, a group of rocky fortress like hills set amidst wild moorland. The highest, at 1,500 feet, is called Five Clouds.. Staffordshire covers an area of approximately 35 miles wide and 55 miles long. It has eight major rivers, those being the Trent, Dove, Blyth, Sow, Penk, Churnet, Tame and Stour. Traditionally agriculture and stock-raising has been important in the county. Coal has been abundant, plus lead, copper, iron, Fuller's earth, pipe-clay, marble and ochre were also found. Staffordshire's main and most famous manufacturing industry has been pottery.

From its industrial past, the Potteries area of Staffordshire has produced many excellent brass bands. But Staffordshire also extends up towards the Peak District, an agricultural area where folk traditions are strong. The stately homes of the industrialists would have hosted music of a more refined nature. So in its diversity, music has been abundant in Staffordshire through history to the present day.

Modern Staffordshire has its own bands, but can also draw on the party bands , function bands & covers bands of the Midlands. Perhaps jazz bands are more your cup of tea, or a barn dance bands [plenty of barns in northern Staffordshire!]

Staffordshire is within the sphere of influence of both the Birmingham Conservatoire and the Royal Northern College of Music, and as a result has many fine string quartets in staffordshire who play in venues thought the county. There are many fine jazz bands in staffordshire , jazz having a broad appeal to both the working man and the gentry. ceilidh bands in staffordshire A country rich in folk traditions, barn dance bands in staffordshire can appeal to all wedding quartets in staffordshire

Other types of music

All Female String Quartets: StaffordshireEnglish Barn Dance Bands: StaffordshireLive Ceremony Music-Weddings: Staffordshire
American Barn Dance Bands: StaffordshireFolk Solos And Duos: StaffordshireNew Year Party Bands: Staffordshire
Barn Dance Bands: StaffordshireFunction Bands: StaffordshireParty Bands: Staffordshire
Ceili and Barn Dances: StaffordshireHire Local Live Bands: StaffordshirePop Bands: Staffordshire
Ceilidh Bands: StaffordshireIrish Ceilidh Bands: StaffordshireScottish Ceilidh Bands: Staffordshire
Classical Duos: StaffordshireJazz Bands: StaffordshireString Quartets: Staffordshire
Classical Guitarists: StaffordshireJazz Duos: StaffordshireWedding Ceremony Songs: Staffordshire
Classical Music For Weddings: StaffordshireJazz Guitarists: StaffordshireWedding Entertainers: Staffordshire
Classical Pianists: StaffordshireJazz Pianists: StaffordshireWedding Music Bands: Staffordshire
Classical Singers: StaffordshireJazz Quartets: StaffordshireWedding Songs: Staffordshire
Classical Solos Duos And Trios: StaffordshireJazz Solos And Duos: StaffordshireWedding String Quartets: Staffordshire
Covers Bands: StaffordshireJazz Trios: StaffordshireWind Ensembles: Staffordshire

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Harps: AldridgeHarps: HampshireHarps: Stafford, Staffordshire
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Harps: BerwickshireHarps: HuntingdonshireHarps: Surrey
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Harps: Burton-upon-Trent, StaffordshireHarps: LeicestershireHarps: the East Midlands
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Harps: Cannock, StaffordshireHarps: LincolnshireHarps: the North East
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Harps: CornwallHarps: North WalesHarps: the South West
Harps: County DurhamHarps: NorthamptonshireHarps: the West Midlands
Harps: CumbriaHarps: NorthumberlandHarps: Uttoxeter, Staffordshire
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