Female Harpist Belfast

Live Music And DJ,Harpists
Female Harpist Belfast
Reasons to book this ACT
  • Hire our skilful Irish harpist to create a serene atmosphere at your special occasion

  • Talented young harpist with a grade 8 for her musical ability & 8 years professional experience

  • Our female harp player specialises in covering celtic, traditional, folk and contemporary compositions

  • Regularly performs at weddings, private parties & corporate functions

  • Based in Belfast & available to perform at events worldwide

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This grade 8 harpist from Belfast will provide beautiful background music for your wedding or corporate function. After graduating from the London College of Music our talented female musician has gone on to pursue a professional career that has seen her performing at numerous high profile venues for almost a decade.

Playing a variety of music including folk covers, celtic tunes, classical music and contemporary pop, the young harpist can adapt to the requirements of your event and learn specific songs on request. 

Never failing to create a carefree atmosphere with her canorous harp performances, this Northern Irish musician will provide the perfect soundtrack to your special occasion. Don't hesitate to contact our entertainment team at Scarlett today for more information about hiring Female Harpist Belfast for your next event.

Top Tip!
Also an experienced teacher, you can also book our celtic harpist to provide workshops for hen parties and team building events.

Traditional Setlist - Wedding Ceremonies
Ave Maria
Bridal Chorus (Here Comes The Bride)
She Moved Through the Fair
Pachelbel’s Canon (in the key of C or D)
Eleanor Plunkett
Walking in Belfast (Composed by Janet Harbison)
A range of Congregational and Offertory hymns can be played at the appropriate times throughout the ceremony.

Signing of the Register:

Na Maithe Mora
Aghaidh Janus
Fields of Gold
A slow air, harp piece or O’Carolan piece
Recessional (Exit) Music:

O’Carolan’s Concerto
Wedding March
Belfast Hornpipe
Jig from Carillon (Composed by Janet Harbison)
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach)