SC08 Covering Glasgow, Edinburgh and other areas of Scotland
Harpist SC08 plays the traditional Celtic harp as well as the large concert
harp. She is located in the Glasgow area and is fanatical about
traditional folk, solo and chamber music. She started her studies at the Royal Scottish Academy of
Music and Drama in 2005. While she was there, she was awarded the 'Governor's
Strings Recital Prize'. On completion of her course she gained a first class Bmus (with
Honors) degree as well as a
postgraduate degree in Scottish music with distinction.
loves playing the harp which exudes from her fingers as she plays. She has won
the Non Pedal Harp competition at the Wales International Harp Festival 2010 and
she was also a finalist in the BBC
Radio Scotland Young Traditional Musician of the Year 2010 competition.
This Scottish harpist plays both Scottish harp and Pedal harp, regularly
performing through out Europe, often combining the two instruments. With the
help of funding from the Highland Arts Forum/Highland Legacy Fund she was able
to commission a new piece from the Scottish composer Eddie McGuire to combine
the two instruments on stage. ‘The Poet’s Return’ is a solo work in four
movements which compares and contrasts the sounds and characters of the two
instruments. Harpist SC08 is committed to developing the repertoire of the harp
and has given world premieres of solo and chamber music. She writes and arranges
music for harp, some of which have been published in ‘The Scottish Harp
Weddings And Events In Scotland.
She is in great demand to perform at weddings, dinners and receptions. She has
played for official government evenings and was invited to represent Scotland in
Brussels at the European Parliament where she delighted audiences with
Traditional Scottish music. The magical sound of the harp is perfect for all
occasions and this talented harpist is happy to take requests of your favorite
music to add to your special day.
she is not performing, she enjoys teaching the harp to students at
the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and The Glasgow Academy. She is
also in great demand for private harp lessons and has provided workshops for The Clarsach Society, Feisan and summer
a wide range of Scottish, Irish, Light Classical and Jazz music. She doesn't
have a specific repertoire list, but is happy to tailor her music to your
personal tastes. Hannah is also happy to learn any particular items of music
that you would like for any part of your special day (as long as it is playable on
A great addition to any event is a
Scottish Wedding Caricaturist. Your guests will love it. It will create lots
and therefore an amazing atmosphere. It's one of those forms of entertainment
that is suitable for people of
all ages and if that wasn't enough, your guests get to take home a memento of
your special day, which
often ends up framed, on the wall in their home. They are also very flexible and
can move from area to area
where ever your guests might be.
Some couples have their caricatures drawn on large
pieces of paper, prior to their wedding, from a photograph and use the
caricature as their 'welcome board' or for guests to sign.
You can see a couple of examples of this below.
We also have a brilliant wedding magician who will
totally amaze you and your guests. He works at weddings and corporate events in
Glasgow and all over Scotland and he would make a great addition to your event
along with harpist Glasgow.