Leah Stuttard

Leah Stuttard is a medieval harpist, singer, composer, arranger and musicologist. She works globally with well known ensembles such as Hesperion XXI and Micrologus. In August 2019 she appeared on BBC Radio 4 talking to Roderick Williams about songs and singers in medieval Britain. Brighton Early Music Festival 2019 commissioned her to direct their last night medieval extravaganza, 'The Feast of Fools'.

LAUNCH CONCERT – celebrate my new ‘Sacred Fragments’ CD

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  • Price: free with donation to the church
  • Date: Sun, Mar 24, 2019
  • Time: 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm
  • Venue: St Paul's Harringay, Wightman Road, N4 1RW London
  • Location: St Paul's Harringay, London

Listen to some live extracts of the beautiful meditative music on my new CD. There’ll be a chance for chatting, drinking and snacking too! St Paul’s church is a beautiful modern building with an amazing acoustic and a justifiably famous and important reredos above the altar. It’s also where my solo journey began back in 2012 when I premiered my ‘Wool Merchant and the Harp’ project.

I’d love to see you there!