Sharron started playing the harp at the age of ten in her native Wales, she has pursued a diverse and varied career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician in recitals both on the concert platform, recording and radio broadcast’s.

Sharron works regularly with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Opera, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Royal Northern Sinfonia. She also works with several International Orchestra’s, including the BBC Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Ensemble, Arctic Philharmonic, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment to name a few, and also held positions on West End and touring Musicals, along with playing for many pop & film sessions.

Sharron is a keen soloist and chamber musician, having recently appeared as soloist with the Royal Northern Sinfonia and the National Girls Choir of Scotland. She is a member of the innovative Bardic Trio [with Tenor,Jamie MacDougall & Guitarist, Matthew McAllister] a Flute, Viola and Harp Trio with Ruth Morley [Flute] and Scott Dickinson [Viola} and a Flute & Harp duo with flautist Aisling Agnew. Sharron has performed in recitals across the country, including at the St Magnus Festival, Edinburgh International Festival, Lammermuir Festival, Sound festival. Tin the Park and Celtic Connections,

Sharron is a Lecturer of Pedal Harp at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, St Andrews University, Glasgow University and Edinburgh University and teaches at Douglas Academy and St Mary Music School. She is also a regular harp tutor for the National Youth Orchestra’s of Scotland, consultant for the National Youth Orchestra of Scotland’s Harp Training Ensemble and co-creator of Scotland’s inaugural pedal harp summer school at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.

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