Dahlia Flute & Harp Duo

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Dahlia Flute & Harp Duo have played internationally with ensembles including the London Chamber Orchestra, London Concert Orchestra, Orchestra of the Ballet Rambert, Grand Philharmonic Orchestra, Orpheus Sinfonia and London Musical Theatre Orchestra.

These performances have taken them to play live in venues including the Royal Albert Hall, Southbank Centre, Barbican Centre, Saddlers Wells, Cadogan Hall, Mariinsky Theatre, Royal Opera House, and theatres around the UK. They have also been broadcast internationally to cinemas and TV.

They played at our wedding and blew everyone away with their mix of classical and contemporary. Beth, Wedding, Swansea

Dahlia Flute & Harp Duo can elevate any occasion with music. The duo has performed at prestigious private events around London in Mayfair clubs and exclusive institutions, as well as at weddings around the country.

Whether in the background or the limelight, Dahlia Flute & Harp Duo will ensure you and your guests are entertained and that your event is one to remember.

Performance info

Line-up Flute; harp
Performance duration 2 x 45 minute sets

Booking options

Extra performances
Add £125 for an extra 45 minutes
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Promo Video

Wedding Music & Classical

Wedding March Felix Mendelssohn
Ave Maria – Gounod
Canon in D Major Johann Pachelbel
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring J.S. Bach
Largo (from the New World Symphony) Antonín Dvořák
Largo (from Xerxes) G.F. Handel
Meditation from ‘Thaïs’ – Massenet
Prelude in A Major Frederic Chopin
Wiegenlied Franz Schubert
and much more...

Pop

Africa – Toto
All By Myself – Eric Carmen
Autumn Leaves – Joseph Kosma
Dancing in the Moonlight – King Harvest/Toploader
Fix You – Coldplay
Hallelujah – Leonard Cohen
I Feel Pretty (from West Side Story) – Leonard Bernstein
I’ve Never Been in Love Before – Frank Loesser
If I Loved You – Rodgers & Hammerstein
Mack the Knife – Kurt Weill
Make You Feel My Love – Bob Dylan/Billy Joel
Never Had a Dream Come True – S Club 7
On My Own (from Les Misérables) – Claude-Michel Schönberg
Our Last Summer – Abba
Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen/Yip Harburg
People Will Say We’re in Love – Rodgers & Hammerstein
Somewhere (from West Side Story) – Leonard Bernstein
Summertime – George Gershwin/Ira Gershwin
Super Trouper – Abba

Traditional

Ar Hyd y Nos (All Through the Night) [Trad. Welsh]
Ar Lan y Môr (Beside the Sea) [Trad. Welsh]
Greensleeves [Trad. English]
Lisa Lan [Trad. Welsh]
O Danny Boy [Trad. Irish]
Skye Boat Song [Trad. Scottish]
Wild Rover [Trad. Irish]

Concert repertoire

Morceau de concours – Gabriel Fauré
In Ireland – Hamilton Harty
Entr’acte – Jacques Ibert
Danse Lente – Joseph Jongen
Histoire du Tango – Ástor Piazzolla
Sonata for Flute in E Major – J.S. Bach
Toward the Sea – Tōru Takemitsu

Book with confidence! After events, we ask our clients what they thought of our acts. We publish what they say here, so you can read genuine, unbiased feedback before booking.

“We can’t thank you enough for making our special day, extra special! They played at our wedding and blew everyone away! With a mix of classical and contemporary, they appealed to everyone’s tastes. Professional from start to finish and so talented, we and our guests could have sat there for hours listening!”

Beth, Wedding, Swansea, 21 October 2018

“Dahlia Flute & Harp Duo played as we signed our marriage register and it was a beautiful addition to the wedding service. They added a real class and elegance to the proceedings and several people afterwards remarked on how enjoyable the music was.”

Sam, Wedding, Belfast, 23 August 2017


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