The programme will include works by Glinka, Debussy, Albeniz, and Britten.
Elizabeth Bass is one of the leading British harpists of her generation and in 2016 became the first British person to reach the final of the prestigious USA International Harp Competition in Bloomington, Indiana, and was awarded the Silver Medal. Other international and national awards include first prize in the 2014 Camac Harp Competition and an international Lyon&Healy Award in 2013. At the Royal Academy of Music Elizabeth was also winner of the Skaila Kanga Harp Prize and was awarded the Lady Theodore Holland Prize after her Final Recital. Elizabeth studied with Skaila Kanga at the RAM and then privately in Helsinki with Sivan Magen, international soloist, chamber musician and Principal Harp at the Finnish Radio Orchestra. She is well established as one of Britain’s leading artists, with regular solo appearances at London’s Wigmore Hall, the South Bank Centre and at venues across the country. She has performed at many British Festivals, including the City of London, Henley, Edinburgh, Buxton, Aldeburgh and Salisbury Festivals, and has appeared as soloist in the UK with the Hallé and Royal Philharmonic Orchestras and the former Bournemouth Sinfonietta. Tours abroad have taken her to France, Norway, Denmark, the Czech Republic, South Africa and South America, and most recently to Holland, Germany, Austria and Switzerland.