Vale of Glamorgan
HARPISTS ARE LISTED IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER
Cardiff and the Vale
Welsh Harpist Megan Morris studied with Caryl Thomas at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama where she graduated with a BMus (Hons) degree in 2015. During her time at RWCMD, she performed in masterclasses with Isabelle Perrin, Alice Giles, Marisa Robles, Chantal Mathieu, Florence Sitruk and Catrin Finch.
Megan performs regularly at formal and high profile events primarily in Wales and clients include the Welsh Government, the British and Irish Council, BMW, The Crown Estate and the Cardiff City Football Club.
Megan performed on seperate occasions for the Vice Premier of China and the US Ambassador to the United Kingdom during their visits to Cardiff. She was also invited by the Welsh Government to perform for their St David's Day Celebrations at Le Bibliothèque Solvay, Brussels and The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Westminster.
In 2014, Megan performed for HRH Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the Valero Oil Refinery in Pembrokeshire. She also performed Britten's War Requiem with the RWCMD Chamber Orchestra under the baton of Carlo Rizzi and with baritone Simon Keenlyside CBE. Megan was honoured to play The Planets with the world renowned Cory Band in July 2014 as part of the Deal Festival of Music and the Arts.
Megan enjoys her role as an accompanist for various vocalists and in June 2014 she accompanied tenor Trystan Llyr Griffiths as well as performing a harp solo at the House of Lords, Westminster. She also premiered a new commission with mezzo soprano Kerri-Lynne Dietz addressing the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr. Rowan Williams.
In March 2013 Megan performed for HRH Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall during their St. David's Day visit to Cardiff. That Summer, she also performed a solo at the prestigious Three Choirs Festival.
"The finest pedal harp that has ever been made in Britain. It is much lighter than most concert harps and, this combined with an original body construction, has a range of sonority and dynamic that is quite remarkable.”
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