Rose harp and flute Duo – beautiful music for weddings, receptions, dinner parties and corporate events.

Award-winning musicians, Rachel and Ruby play together as well as with orchestras and as soloists in their own right. They combine orchestral and chamber music with a busy schedule of recitals and workshops, in addition to playing for weddings, corporate events and parties.

Rachel is a freelance award-winning flautist based in London. She performs as a solo flautist for weddings, events, functions and parties, as well as Bollywood themed events, Bar Mitzvahs etc. Ruby is an internationally acclaimed harpist who combines orchestral playing with a busy solo and chamber music schedule.

Rachel’s recent performance highlights include a solo with Bryn Terfel for the VJ 75 Celebration on BBC 1 (August 2020) and as a featured soloist for the Raymond Gubbay Christmas Classics Concerts at the Royal Albert Hall.


The flute and harp duo is very popular for weddings as the instruments look and sound beautiful together and help to create a unique atmosphere.

For weddings, they can provide music for any part of your special day including before and during the ceremony, drinks reception and wedding breakfast. Music choices include classical, folk, light jazz and pop and celtic. It is usually no problem to find specific music for requests and arrange something especially.

For corporate functions, they will provide music to create a unique ambience and atmosphere for drinks functions or that special function that requires music to give it a little “lifting” with style!

Corporate clients include
The Boston Consultancy Group, HSBC, Goldsmiths, Vivienne Westwood, City of London Corporation, The Parliamentary Real Ale Group, Umbrella, ICA, Penguin Books, Mansion House, The Guildhall, Great Ormond Street Hospital etc.

Audio Samples


Set list / Repertoire

Bach – Ave Maria*
Bach – Air on a G string
Bach – Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring*
Bach – Arioso
Bach – Badineria
Bach – Siciliano
Bach – Sheep may safely Graze*
Bizet – Menuetto
Bizet – Intermezzo
Bizet – Habanera
Chopin – Nocturne in Eb
Chopin – Minute Waltz (Op 64 no1)
Debussy – Maid with Flaxen hair
Debussy – First Arabesque
Debussy – Clair de Lune
Delibes – Flower duet –
Delibes – Waltz (from Coppelia)
Donizetti – Larghetto
Elgar – Chanson de Matin
Faure – Berceuse
Faure – Pavane
Franck – Panis Angelicus*
Gluck – Minuet (from Dance of the Blessed Spirit)
Gluck – Dance (from Dance of the Blessed Spirit)
Grieg – Morning
Handel – Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Handel – Air (from Water music Suite No.1) –
Handel – Allegro (from Water Music Suite No.2)
Handel – La Rejouissance (from Music for the Royal Fireworks)
Khachaturian – Spartacus
Kreisler – Schon Rosmarin
Liszt – Liebestraum
Lully – Gavotte
Mascagni – Intermezzo –
Massenet – Meditation
Mendelssohn – Bridal March (from Midsummer night’s dream)
Mozart – Allegro (from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik)
Mozart – Romance (as above)
Mozart – Menuetto (as above)
Mozart – Rondo (as above)
Mozart – Andante (from Piano Concerto No.21)
Mozart – Canzona de Cherubin (from Marriage of Figaro)
Offenbach – Barcarolle
Pachelbel – Canon in D
Puccini – Oh my beloved Father
Purcell – Abdelazer – Rondeau
Ravel – Bolero
Rutter – Chanson (Suite Antique)
Rutter – Prelude (Suite Antique)
Saint-Saens – The Swan
Satie – Gymnopedie No.1
Schubert – Ave Maria*
Tchaikovsky – Waltz (from Sleeping Beauty)
Tchaikovsky – Waltz (from Swan Lake)
Tchaikovsky – Waltz of the Flowers (from Nutcracker)
Vivaldi – Spring (from the Four Seasons)
Vivaldi – Winter (from the Four Seasons)
Wagner – Bridal Chorus (from Lohengrin)
* These pieces are not allowed to be played during a Civil Ceremony.

Amazed – Lonestar
As time goes by
Ain’t no sunshine
Annie’s song
Almaz – Diana Ross
Always a woman to me
Autumn Leaves
Bidin’ my time
Beauty and the Beast – Celine Dion
Baby can I hold you tonight
Chi Mia – Morricone
Cavatina – Deer hunter
Do it again
Dream a little dream of me
Don’t cry for me Argentina
Don’t know why – Norah Jones
Embraceble you
Every breath you take
Evergreen – Barbra Streisand
Eternal Flame
Forever and ever
Fly me to the moon
From this moment
Fields of Gold – Eva Cassidy version
Georgia on my mind
Greenwaves – Secret Garden
Gates of Dawn – Secret Garden
Greatest love of all
Have I told you lately that I love you
Home Blues
He loves and she loves – (Funny Face)
Here comes the sun
Hero – Enrique Iglesias
Have you ever really loved a woman
How do I live (without you)
In my life
I got rhythm (Girl Crazy)
I will always love you
If your not the one – Daniel Bedingfield
I don’t know how to love him
I could have danced all night
Jesus to a child – George Michael
Kiss from a rose – Seal
Let there be love
Love walked in (The Goldwyn Follies)
Love chages everything
Love story (where do I begin)
My baby just cares for me
Maria – (West side story)
Moon river
Memory (Cats)
Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence – Sakamoto
My heart will always go on – Celine Dion
Nobody does it better
Nightingale – Norah Jones
Over the rainbow – Eva Cassidy version
Our love is here to stay
Oh, lady be good (Lady, be good)
Pennies from heaven
Promise me – Beverley Craven
Perfect moment – Martine McCutcheon
Right here waiting (for you)
Runaway – The Corrs
Silent wings – Secret Garden
Saving the best till last
Send in the clowns
She (Nottinghill)
Song for Guy
Someone to watch over me
Starry starry night
The sharp of my heart – Sting
The first time (ever I saw your face)
The music of the night (The Phantom of the Opera)
The girl from Ipanema
The Promise – Secret Garden
The Man I Love
Time after time
True colours
Try to remember
This years love – David Gray
Take five
The Blower’s daughter – Damien Rice
Turn me on – Norah Jones
Unbreakable – Westlife
What a difference a day makes
We have all the time in the world
When I fall in love
Wind beneath my wings
When I need you
Wild theme – Mark knopfler
When you say nothing at all
Wade in the water – Eva Cassidy
What a wonderful world
With you I’m born again
Wonderful tonight
When you tell me that you love me
Will you – Hazel O’Connor
Younger than springtime (South Pacific)
You only live twice
Your song – Elton John