Wedding Harpists

Song List
  • Our Wedding Harpists are based in London and form part of our eclectic concert performers series. Featuring musicians at the top of their field within the music industry. Musicians Inc have auditioned harpists and selected a handful of the best harpists available to hire in London for private events, weddings and concerts. Trained to the highest possible standard at London’s leading music colleges our harpists are now highly sort-after amongst leading venues and event organisers worldwide.


    Musicians Inc. have a large roster of harpists available to hire for weddings and corporate events across London and the UK. Wedding Harpist available to hire in Surrey, Windsor, Oxford, Bristol, Birmingham, Wales and Northern England.

    Our harpists are regularly hired for weddings, creating the most sophisticated ambience in wedding harp music. A great accompaniment for your wedding ceremony or wedding breakfast. Choose between traditional wedding music or uptempo pop music. Our female harpists will go to great lengths to ensure the rhythm and flow of your night is maintained to the highest professional standard. Their classical harp music will leave attendees in awe for some time and shall be the word on everyone’s mouth after the event or wedding.

    A wedding harpist provides the perfect backdrop to any wedding, performing classical wedding music for your ceremony or drinks reception. Our harpists are also available to hire for private parties and corporate events, music is tailored to you and your event performing a mix of classical and popular music. For clients wanting something different why not opt for an electric harpist. An electric harp not only gives a modern twist to events it can also be amplified making it suitable for larger venues.

    All of our harpists have been trained at London’s leading music colleges. They perform with the UK’s leading orchestras and alongside celebrities. Current claims to fame include Dame Shirley Bassey, Charlotte Church and soprano Katherine Jenkins.


    The first evidence of the harp can be found as far back as Ancient Egypt circa 2500 BC. They were shaped liked bows or angular and had very few strings. The frame harp first appeared in Medieval Western Europe in the 8th to 10th centuries AD. Art from the time indicates they utilized about ten or eleven strings. The first hollowed soundbox harp that amplified the instrument’s sound dates back to Ireland in the 14th century. It also included a curved fore pillar, a stronger neck and 30 to 36 brass strings.


    Our Wedding Harpists are available to hire for weddings and private parties in London and throughout the UK. Our female harpists perform elegant harp music perfectly attuned for weddings and background music during events. Music is carefully selected for the harp to compliment the most discerning of parties to eloquently lift the mood and create an atmosphere like no other.

    Notable performances include, The Wigmore Hall, The Barbican, St. James’ Piccadilly, King’s Place, 10 Downing Street and Buckingham Palace. To hire our London Harpists please contact

    For more acts that would be perfect for weddings and intimate performances have a look at our Violin and Guitar duo or our elegant Wedding String Quartet.

    My Little Welsh Home
    Dafydd y Garreg Wen/David of the White Rock
    Rhyfelgyrch Gwyr Harlech/Men of Harlech
    Ar Hyd y Nos/All through the Night
    Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn/Watching the Wheat
    Clychau Aberdyfi/The Bells of Aberdovey
    Sosban Fach
    Calon Lan
    Hen Wlad fy Nhadau
    We’ll Keep a Welcome

    Largo     G.F. Handel
    Liebestraum    F.Liszt
    Canon in D    Pachelbel
    ‘Love Unspoken’   Lehar (From ‘The Merry Widow’)
    ‘Oh, My Beloved Father’  Puccini (From ‘Gianni Schicci’)
    Musetta’s Waltz Song   Puccini (From ‘La Boheme’)
    Lullaby    Brahms
    Arrival of the Queen of Sheba Handel
    Ave Maria    Schubert
    Barcarolle    Offenbach (From ‘Tales of Hoffman’)
    Air from ‘Water Music’  Handel
    Air For The G String   Bach
    Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring  Bach
    Oh, for the Wings of a Dove  Mendelssohn
    Fur Elise    Beethoven
    To a Wild Rose   McDowell
    Moonlight Sonata   Beethoven
    Bridal March    Wagner
    Wedding March   Mendelssohn
    Amazing Grace   American Traditional
    Blue Danube Waltz   Strauss
    Romeo And Juliet   Tschaikovsky
    Skaters Waltz   Waldteufel
    Waltz of the Flowers   Tschaikovsky
    Ode To Joy    Beethoven

    Rodgers and Hammerstein:
    Getting to Know You
    Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin’
    You’ll Never Walk Alone
    The Sound of Music
    My Favourite Things
    I Could have Danced All Night
    Some Enchanted Evening
    You are Beautiful
    Love, Look Away
    Andrew Lloyd Webber:
    Don’t Cry for me Argentina
    Another Suitcase in Another Hall
    Take That Look off Your Face
    All I Ask of You
    I Don’t Know How to Love Him
    The Phantom of the Opera
    Pie Jesu
    Starlight Express
    Close Every Door
    Jesus Christ Superstar
    Wishing you Were Somehow Here Again
    The Music of the Night
    It Had To Be You
    We Have All The Time In The World
    The Entertainer
    Maple Leaf Rag
    Fly Me To The Moon
    The Girl From Ipanema
    I’ve Got You Under My Skin
    I Get A Kick Out Of You
    Let There Be Love
    When I Fall In Love
    The Way You Look Tonight
    Basin Street Blues
    Moon River

    Ain’t Misbehavin’
    Don’t Get Around Much Anymore
    Everybody Loves Somebody
    Tea for Two
    Days of Wine and Roses
    Rhythm of the Rain
    La Vie en Rose
    I Get a Kick Out of You
    I Want To Be Happy
    Time After Time
    I Got Rhythm

    Happy Birthday
    Amazing Grace
    Anniversary Waltz
    Auld Lang Syne
    Bridal March
    Wedding March
    Drinking Song
    For He’s a Jolly Good Fellow
    Get me to the Church on Time
    Goodnight Ladies
    Hen Wlad fy Nhadau
    We’ll Keep a Welcome
    I’m Twenty-One Today
    Home, Sweet Home

  • Harpists cost from £475 plus travel for up to 3 x 45 minutes of music.

    Please note; Harps are expensive and extremely big and heavy. This makes transportation difficult and costly. Unfortunately these costs have to be factored into the final performance fees for every event.


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