The Wedding Harpist
Wedding Musician of the Year 2019 in the Global Wedding Awards. Your dream wedding made real! The harp, the romantic instrument of the angels, has featured in the most exquisite weddings. Now you can have the chance of award-winning harp music at your own wedding, with prices starting from only £160.
Taking up just a small area with such a wonderful relaxing sound, listening to the harp is an elegant, emotional experience. Its gentle sounds carry across a room without intruding into conversation, and a harp can go where a piano cannot (even outside!)
I am available with my elegant concert harp to bring that extra touch of magic to your special day. I can entertain your guests as they arrive, and play as you make your spectacular entrance. Gentle background melodies add to the ceremony & reception and really add magic to the atmosphere.
Where possible, I will be delighted to wear a dress to co-ordinate with your colour scheme.
I perform at over 50 weddings a year including Civil Cer...
Ken Connolly• 27 Apr 2019
"I am very pleased to inform you that Armande Fryatt the Harpist for my wife's 60th Birthday was a real success. Firstly she arrive in good time, was very polite and cooperative in efforts to make the evening go well. She played a wide variety of music including 'Happy Birthday, her suggestion! She presented a lovely grace to our evening and both my wife and I plus our guests were very impressed by her musical talents.
Top marks and thankyou to Armande and Poptop for your recommendation."
Pamela Benson• 16 Aug 2019
Lovely lady, perfect for our pre dinner reception.
- How long do you play for?As long as you want
- Do you have your own PA and lighting?yes
- Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?yes
- How much space do you require?2m x 2m
- My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?If I can get the sheet music, then I can play it
- How many breaks do you take? How long are they?10 mins in each hour
Here is my Current Repertoire.
Please note that religious music is not normally allowed in a civil ceremony – please check with your registrar if you would like a religious piece.