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Becki Luff and Lucy Nolan  formed the Chroma Harp Duo in 2016, and have enjoyed exploring and performing an eclectic and challenging range of repertoire ever since. 

Recently featured artists on BBC Radio 3, the Chroma Harp Duo are crafting a name for themselves as commissioners, creators and performers. Drawing and engaging with a wide range of composers, musical styles and sounds, the duo challenge the classical harp stereotype with concerts that take audiences on a kaleidoscopic journey exploring new sounds from Indian ragas to live electronics and using the harp as a percussion instrument. 

This year Chroma have recorded and performed a number of new works by composers Amy Turk, Supriya Nagarajan and Hari Baskar and in 2017 they gave the European premiere of 'Scorpions' by Paul Patterson. They were invited to perform in the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment’s inaugural Live at The Hex performance series and have been guest artists at the Hong Kong World Harp Congress and Buxton International Festival. The duo were finalists in the Wales International Harp Festival and first prize winners at the London Camac Harp Ensemble Competition as well as being awarded the UK Harp Association’s prize for the best performance of a new British work.

Recordings of their recent commission Odyssey can be found on their YouTube channel, or on the media page.

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Becki Luff

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Becki performs as a soloist and chamber musician, specialising in contemporary classical music and improvisation. She is currently exploring the use of electronics with the harp to create a new portfolio of sounds and pieces.

Becki enjoys working alongside composers to develop new music for the harp and inspire new audiences. Standout experiences include: performing the work of Tansy Davies at The Wigmore Hall and premiering Amir Konjani’s Anima Projection.

Passionate to see music impact lives with hope and joy, Becki currently performs with Epiphany Music and has previously  worked with Streetwise Opera, and Music Action International.

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Lucy Nolan

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Lucy’s work ranges from solo recitals to appearing on ITV’s Victoria and performing with professional orchestras such as the Hallé and Royal Northern Sinfonia.


She is passionate about evolving new styles of harp playing that transcend genre and bring the instrument to new audiences. Her experimental ensemble, SHOAL, has created new music for Channel 4, Hull City of Culture and New Music North West Festival and her collaboration with Carnatic singer, Supriya Nagarajan, exploring South Indian rags and electronics has led to performances at The Royal Albert Hall, Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival and Jaipur Literature Festival.


An enthusiastic teacher, she is currently harp tutor for the Junior RNCM and Transpennine Harps.

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