Musicians and Orchestras in Middlesbrough
5 Elmwood Close
Perfect for weddings, ceremonies, christenings, funerals, birthdays/anniversaries, private parties, product launches, luncheons, special events, Christmas and corporate/business functions.
A native of Great Ayton, Anita began playing the Harp at the age of 9 with Dorothy Gilbertston, commuting to Harrogate, for weekly lessons. She made her BBC debut in 1982 at the age of 10.
Invitations then followed to perform at the Gulbenkian Theatre (Newcastle), Winyard Hall, Bowes Museum and at various other venues in the North East. Winner of Young Musician of Teesside in 1986, she became a member of the Cleveland Philharmonic Orchestra. Subsequently she joined the Cleveland Youth Orchestra and has toured Europe with them.
She graduated in July 1995 with a Bmus (Hons) Degree after studying at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with teachers; Professor David Watkins, Charlotte Seale and Helen Tunstall. During her course she was also a member of the Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Youth Orchestra.
If you and your partner are looking for something to give that finishing touch to your wedding day proceedings, then look no further, a professional harpist will give you and all your guests something to remember.
Whether in the church (or ceremony) or during your photographs and of course at the reception itself, a harpist will create the perfect ambience. Tailor make your own ceremony by choosing from the repertoire list.
The music played during the reception will cover a broad range of styles - Classical, Traditional, Films/Musicals/Shows, Jazz and Modern Songs/Standards.
I am a professional harpist, living in the North East (based in Stokesley). I am available to play weddings and special occasions.
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