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Keziah # 800
 

Harpist Keziah, was born in London and is a graduate of the Royal College of Music where she studied as a Scholar. 

She has been awarded many prizes by the RCM including the Douglas Whittaker Prize, the Jack Morrison Harp Prize, the Marie Goosens Orchestral Harp Prize and in 1998 was awarded an ARCM diploma in performance. 

She has performed as a soloist at many prestigious venues including the Royal Albert Hall, the Wigmore Hall, Drapers Hall, Hampton Court Palace and Buckingham Palace.  Keziah also regularly performs for weddings and functions all over the country at leading Hotels and Stately Homes. 

Keziah plays regularly with the flautist Katherine Bicknell as part of the Aoyama Duo and they have recently given recitals at the National Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum.. She is also a member of the Barkham Harp Quartet, Four Girls, Four Harps, who have given concerts at the Windsor Festival and at St James’s Piccadilly in London.  She also plays as a Violin and Harp Duo with Daniel Wetherby, Harp Duo with Eleanor Turner and with the Belgravia Ensemble which consists of Harp, Violin and Cello.

Your Wedding

The Ceremony – Keziah can play before and during your wedding ceremony.  Music accompanies the entrance of the bride, the signing of the register and the exit of the bridal party.  You can choose the music with guidance from Keziah if necessary.

 

The Reception – Keziah can perform during the drinks reception and photographs.  She can also accompany the wedding breakfast.

 

Repertoire – Keziah’s repertoire includes music from every genre including; popular, classical, favourites, music from the shows, jazz standards and current chart hits.

Keziah is willing to offer advice regarding suitable music and will endeavour to perform requests.

 

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Sound Samples

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Sample Repertoire
Classical

Bach Air on a G String

Bach Sheep May Safely Graze

Beethoven Fur Elise

Clarke Trumpet Voluntary *

Debussy Arabesque No. 1

Debussy Clair De Lune

Delibes Flower Duet

Gounoud Ave Maria

Handel Queen of Sheba *

Handel Air from Water Music *

Martini Plaisir D’Amour

Mendelsshohn Wedding March *

Mozart Romance

Offenbach Barcarolle

Pachelbel Canon in D *

Parry Jerusalem

Ravel Pavane

Schubert Ave Maria

Schubert Serenade

Tchaikovsky Waltz

Traditional Music

Arran Boat Song Scotland

Bittersweet Kim Robertson

Blind Mary Carolan

Carolan’s Dream Donollan

Eleanor Plunkett Carolan

Greensleeves England

Morgan Magan Carolan

Salley Gardens England

Skye Boat Song Scotland

The Ash Grove Wales

The Parting Glass Ireland

The Irish Washerwoman Ireland

Water Spirit Kim Robertson

Popular Music

Arlen Over the Rainbow

Bryan Adams Everything I Do

Bee Gees Words

Beverly Craven Promis Me

Care Hero

Clapton Wonderful Tonight

Denver Annie’s Song

Elvis Falling In Love

Elvis Love Me Tender

Denver Annie’s Song

Popular Music

Arlen Over the Rainbow

Bryan Adams Everything I Do

Bee Gees Words

Beverly Craven Promis Me

Care Hero

Clapton Wonderful Tonight

 

Elvis Falling In Love

Elvis Love Me Tender

Horner Theme From Titanic

Hupfield As Time Goes By

Lennon Imagine

Myers Cavatina

Oliver Where is Love

Robson/Jerome Unchained Melody

Rota Romeo and Juliet

Schonberg Les Miserables

Sondheim Send in the Clowns

Take That Million Love Songs

Webber Memory from Cats

Jazz Standards

Botsford Black & White Rag

Ellington Satin Doll

Howard Fly Me To The Moon

Gershwin Bidin’ My Time

Gershwin Fascinating Rhythm

Gershwin Love Is Here To Stay

Gershwin They Can’t Take That Away …

Jones It Had To Be You

Porter I Get a Kick Out of You

Porter Night and Day

Previn You’re Gonna Hear

Young When I Fall In Love

Weiss Lullaby of Birdland

Horner Theme From Titanic

Hupfield As Time Goes By

Lennon Imagine

Myers Cavatina

Oliver Where is Love

Robson/Jerome Unchained Melody

Rota Romeo and Juliet

Schonberg Les Miserables

Sondheim Send in the Clowns

Take That Million Love Songs

Webber Memory from Cats

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