Jharda is a London-based singing harpist, specialising in arranging unique harp versions of well-known and much loved popular songs for weddings, proposals, corporate events, christenings and private parties.
She is also a talented songwriter, and regularly performs her own material all over London. Her favourite appearances from the past couple of years are playing on a train for Sound Tracks Festival, appearing on Virgin Red Room, and supporting Sophie Ellis Bextor for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer. Jharda is also a sought after session harpist having recently performed with Goove Armada's ex-vocalist Saint Saviour on her UK tour supporting Hurts, and accompanying Island Records' Tinashe at the Little Noise Sessions at Union Chapel, curated by Radio One's Jo Whiley.
"Music to fall in love to..."
"A unique singer-songwriter, Jharda taught herself the lever harp whilst at university and then spent several summers playing at folk festivals up and down the UK as part of a contemporary Celtic band. For the past five years she has been performing regularly as a solo artist, mesmerising audiences all over London with her mature and tuneful self-penned love songs and cleverly arranged covers. The delicious contrast between rich vocals and crisp, delicate harp, leaves a lasting impression on the listener; Jharda has found a modern edge to this timeless instrument" - Joel Lightman and David Tedora
Jharda has a BA Hons degree in Popular Music Studies from Bretton Hall (University of Leeds) and is proud to play a beautiful Dusty Strings FH36S harp, in Bubinga wood, from Clive Morley Harps. Jharda, her instruments and her equipment, are all covered by Public Liability Insurance for Professional Musicians.