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Audrey's function guests include :-

HRH Her Majesty The Queen
HRH Prince Phillip
HRH Princess Anne
Prince Micheal of Kent
Dame Mary Fagan (Lord Lieutenent of Hamphire 2015-)
Lord Wakeham
Lord March
Right Reverend Michael Scott-Joynt (Bishop of Winchester 1995-2011)
Alan Titchmarsh
Patricia Routledge
Alistair Stewart>
Kate Mosse
Jim Davidson
Alan Sugar
Lancaster House (For the American Ambassador)
House Party (For Reg Presley)

As well as :-

BBC Radio Solent
HMS Invincible
HMS Victory
HMS Warrior
Hilton Hyde Park
Millennium Gloucester
Grosvenor
Dorchester
Provincial Orchestra's, shows and musicals
Audrey is known inthe south of Englandfor her beautiful harp music. Her repertoire of classical,
traditional and modern classics together with the clear tone of the harp make an excellent combination
for entertaining your guests...
Audrey studied the harp at The Hindhead School of music and The Royal College of music.

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A typical wedding itinerary

Ceremony Guest's Arrive

Usually 10 to 15 minutes of mainly classical pieces
as your guests are being seated.
Bridal Entrance
A piece of your choosing either from
my repertoire list or something special
to you.

Signing of the register

Two or three chosen pieces while you sign the register

Bridal Exit

As with the Bridal entrance

Guest's Depart

Continue playing until the guests
have left the ceremony room.

Please note:

Civil ceremonies may not contain pieces of religious music.
Church weddings pose no additional problems with respect to moving the
harp between venues.

Drinks Reception


As well as the ceremony you may wish to have harp music during your drinks reception.
On fair weather days this may be outdoors, with suitable
safeguards against the weather this is not a problem.

Wedding Breakfast


As with the drinks reception I play
a more varied selection of pieces,
you can find my repertoire on this website,
although this is not a comprehensive list.
I will continue playing usually with one short break until the speeches or if these are earlier, the coffees.

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