Welcome to the website for CLOUDS Harp Quartet. Here you can read all about us as well as watch our videos and listen to our music.
Latest News & Upcoming ConcertsFebruary 15, 2017
2017 TOUR DATES:
June 1st @ Eastgate Theatre, Peebles 7.30pm Book Tickets
June 2nd @ St Giles’ Cathedral, Edinburgh 12.15pm
June 2nd @ Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh 7.30pm Book Tickets
June 3rd @ St. Bride’s Church, Glasgow 7.30pm
June 4th @ Secret Herb Garden, Edinburgh 3pm
June 5th @ The Atkinson, Southport 1pm Book Tickets
June 8th @ St. Philip & St. James Church, Alderley Edge 7.30pm
June 9th @ Neuadd Dwyfor, Pwllheli
June 10th @ Theatr Mwldan
June 11th @ All Saints Church, Rufforth
June 13th @ Parish Church of St Mary & St Bartholomew, Hampton-in-Arden
June 15th @ Brecon Theatre Book Tickets
July 11th @ St. Ann’s Church, Manchester City Centre
August 6th @ Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester
On Tuesday, 19th April 2016 CLOUDS Harp Quartet will be playing in St. Ann’s Church, Manchester. Tickets are available on the door – only £3 for students.
We will be playing brand new music, plus favourites from our albums Golden Light, Water, and Clouds.
On Friday 4th September CLOUDS Harp Quartet are playing as part of the Bridgewater Hall’s A Little Bite Music Lunchtime Concert Series. 12.30pm start, no ticket required.
On the same day, CLOUDS are playing in Sunderland Minster, 8pm start. Information and video here.
CLOUDS Harp Quartet will be making their way up to Edinburgh’s International Harp Festival in April 2015! Our concert is on Tuesday, April 14th at 7.30pm and also features Eleanor Turner http://www.eleanorturner.biz/
More information about the concert can be found here: http://www.harpfestival.co.uk/event/eleanor-turner-clouds-harp-quartet
New album Golden Light available nowMarch 19, 2015
Our brand new CD Golden Light is now available to order from here – just £12 which includes UK delivery.
The CD features Pinus Sylvestris – a piece written by Esther and commissioned by the Forestry Commission to commemorate the Scots Pine being named as Scotland’s national tree.
It also features the piece Twa Sisters – originally composed for three harps specially for the 2014 International Harp Festival in Caernarfon. This special piece involves the telling of an old folk tale, and features many extended and unusual harp techniques.
The CD also includes a brand new recording of the quartet’s first piece Clouds. This piece has grown and evolved to such an extent over the past few years that we thought it best to record it again and include the entire piece in the new album.