An innovative and award-winning harp duo
We are grateful for the support of Live Music Now & Help Musicians UK.
The Hepworth, Wakefield
19th February 2022
Chroma Harp will be performing a new work by composer and director Supriya Nagarajan. In this newly commissioned audio work, a selection of Hepworth’s sculptures are carefully three-dimensionally mapped and translated into musical compositions that follow the rise and fall of their ridges and curves.
This will be a multi-lingual, multi-cultural musical event that looks at Hepworth’s work through a diverse lens.
Concert with Live Music Now
23rd March 2022
As part of the Live Music Now scheme, Chroma Harp will be performing a lunchtime concert online for staff, patients and families at Southmead Hospital.
The programme will include popular music, as well as classical and contemporary repertoire.
Upcycled Sounds, Oxford
29th March 2022
Thanks to the support of Help Musicians UK, Chroma Harp have commissioned a new work from the composer Amy Turk and will be recording this to share with audiences. Odyssey is a suite of three pieces making extensive use of the harp’s many timbres to explore elements of Greek Mythology. The pieces are accessible and varied, introducing new audiences to the sound capabilities of the harp.
Buxton International Festival
14th July 2022
The Chroma Harp Duo will perform a programme of newly commissioned works, introducing audiences to the vast capabilities of the harp in an immersive and eclectic concert. The programme will include newly commissioned works by the duo.
More information can be found through the festival website below: