Based in West Midlands - Solo - Classical - From £300
Lizzie is a professional harpist & singer playing for weddings, parties and corporate events.
Experienced harpist Lizzie is guaranteed to bring something special to your day. Either as a solo harpist, or as a singing harpist, Lizzie provides top-quality performances that your guests will love. Friendly and professional, Lizzie will work with you to select the right music for your event, or you can leave the choice to her.
Having graduated with a music degree from Royal Holloway, University of London, Lizzie also holds a licentiate diploma in piano performance and an associate diploma in harp performance. She has played for orchestras, chamber groups, and accompanied choirs.
Lizzie has played for all types of events; weddings in venues from castles to stately homes, and even aboard HMS Warrior, as well as for birthdays, anniversaries, and corporate events, including a store opening for John Lewis. Venues she has played at include Penshurst Castle, Wentworth Golf Club, Pennyhill Park Hotel, HMS Warrior, Surrey Downs Golf Club, Leeds Castle, Epsom Racecourse, Herstmonceaux Castle etc.
As well as playing venues around the UK, Lizzie has lived and worked abroad in Hong Kong and New Zealand. She has been harpist in residence at the Shangri-La hotel on Hong Kong Island, and has given recitals in Nelson and Christchurch Cathedrals in New Zealand.
Lizzie has an extensive and ever-growing repertoire, covering traditional classical, celtic folk, jazz standards, music for TV and film, and contemporary pop. Lizzie creates her own harp arrangements of pop songs, and is happy to take requests for these in advance of an event.
The harp is a particularly popular choice for weddings and receptions. Lizzie is available to play for either the ceremony and drinks reception where music is available for up to 30 minutes before the ceremony then for the entrance of the bride, signing of the register and exit. She would then play for the drinks reception whilst photos are being taken.
For the wedding breakfast Lizzie Peacock offers up to two hours of music during the meal, usually stopping before the speeches.
A very big thank you for playing the harp at our wedding. You played so beautifully and so many people commented on how amazing you were. We had such a happy day – thank you so much for your part in making it so special.
Thank you so much for Saturday. You played amazingly and everyone commented on how superb you sounded. Thanks again for making our wedding day so special – you have a fantastic talent and it was a pleasure to have you at our wedding.
Thank you for being part of our wedding. Everyone commented on how beautiful the harp music was! It was the perfect choice for such a perfect day!
Lizzie, what can I say; everyone loved your music, especially as you did requests. How you managed some of the more obscure ones from some of our friends I do not know. Absolutely brilliant. Thank you.
Set list / Repertoire
Prelude in C – J S Bach
Adagio – J S Bach
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – J S Bach
Arabesque No. 1 – Debussy
Clair de Lune – Debussy
Largo/New World Symphony – Dvorak
Cantique de Jean Racine – Faure
Morning Mood – Grieg
Air from “Water Music” – Handel
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Sarabande – Handel
Largo – Handel
Meditation – Massenet
On Wings of Song – Mendelssohn
Wedding March – Mendelssohn
Canon in D – Pachelbel
Hornpipe – Purcell
Rhapsody on a Theme – Rachmaninov
The Swan – Saint-Saens
Traumerei – Schumann
Winter – Vivaldi
Bridal Chorus – Wagner
My Lagan Love
She Moved Through The Fair
The Lark in the Clear Air
Down by the Sally Gardens
The Parting Glass
The Banks of the Suir
A Nightingale Sang ..
Our Love is Here to Stay
Someone to Watch Over Me
Lady Be Good
My Funny Valentine
Time After Time
Over the Rainbow
Film and Show Music
Music from the Lord of the Rings
Music from Harry Potter
Music from Disney Films
Music from the Phantom of the Opera
Somewhere – West Side Story
Theme from the Deerhunter
The Beatles – All My Loving
The Beatles – I’ll Follow the Sun
Ben Folds – The Luckiest
Coldplay – Clocks
Elbow – One Day Like This
Michael Buble – Everything
Michael Buble – Lost
Muse – Unintended
Norah Jones – Come Away With Me
Sting – Fields of Gold