Elfair Grug Dyer
Welsh harpist Elfair Grug Dyer has recently returned to the UK after living in Bangkok, Thailand for two years working as harp teacher and harpist in residence at the Tamnak Prathom Harp Centre. The Harp Centre is supported by the Thai Royal Family and twinned with Canolfan Gerdd William Mathias in Caernarfon. As well as giving many performances with the Harp Centre, during her time in Thailand Elfair provided music at top Bangkok hotels such as the renowned Mandarin Oriental Hotel.
Elfair is an experienced harpist who has been entertaining guests at events for 10 years; including weddings, civil ceremonies, birthday and anniversary parties, afternoon tea, dinners, christenings, and corporate events.
Elfair has embarked on a professional career as a harpist; solo recitals around the UK have included a lunchtime recital at the Bridgewater Hall in 2014 as part of the Manchester Mid-days Concert Society’s prestigious concert series. The year 2012 included three concerto performances; D...
Gareth Thomas• 22 Jun 2019
Elfair was marvellous, she played beautifully she even had a request from a friend of mine, she turned up early and played the wedding march for us, she doesn't deserve 5 she deserves a 10, beautiful thankyou
rachel• 11 Jan 2017
"Elfair was lovely and all our guests said how beautiful she played the harp. I would highly recommend her. Thank you for making our ceremony beautiful.
Rachel and Peter ghroum"
- How long do you play for?1-3 hours
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?Yes, I have Public Liability Insurance
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?Yes. If you request a song or a specific piece of music, I will arrange them for the harp!
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?5-10minutes during each hour if I am playing for over 1 hour
I have a wide-range of popular, classical, folk, easy-listening repertoire that I use for weddings and different engagements.
Please note repertoire is not exclusive; I am open to repertoire suggest...