"There is a huge range of music that Meredith offers to play all of which sound lovely.
We opted for a mix so there was a little something for everyone and we couldn’t have been happier it made for a perfect ambience for our reception"
- Michelle and Nicholas
"Good communication up to the day meant we didn't have to worry about a thing.
Her music was a pleasure to listen to and she was so easy to work with"
- Chris & Katie
Securing your booking
If you’d like to go ahead, I’ll post you a binding Musicians’ Union contract to check, sign and return by email or post to secure our date.
And for payment, I don’t require a deposit in advance thank you, just payment in full please by BACS 14 days beforehand.
I will email PAT & PLI certificates to your event
co ordinator and talk through the details with them.
If your date needs to change and I don’t have availability for your new one, as with other suppliers I will charge a discretionary cancellation fee.
It’s great to chat everything through in the few weeks before your event, so your mind is at rest and you are confident I know what I’m doing!
I’d need to be sure of easy access for the car and large & valuable harp please, so parking next to the venue and some help is essential if we have steps or a staircase!
Please appreciate the weather, rain or shine, affects my valuable and delicate instrument, so I choose to play it indoors only. And, at most venues when I sit by open patio / barn doors and use my amplifier for drinks receptions, all can enjoy my music whilst mingling indoors and out.
It’s important to factor in enough space for me and the harp! 2m x 2m is comfortable and allows room for guests & staff to circulate. And I’ll also need a comfortable armless chair and great lighting!
On the day
And on the day itself and as safety for all is a priority, its best to have a little distance between harp and guests; sometimes things can be tricky with a large crowd, drinks, food and youngsters!
A high level of concentration is needed to read not only two lines of music but markings for the pedals too! This is why it’s not so easy to hold a conversation whilst playing!