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'.


2014 Oluf Strangesøns Dyst/Joust Agnethe Christensen and Leah Stuttard

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2014 Carnivalesque Micrologus 

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2014 Le vie del sacro Micrologus

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2011 Catch as Catch Can Catch as Catch Can

2007 Myth: The Music Micrologus

2004 Le Jeu de Robin et Marion Micrologus

2002 Dreamsongs Bardos Band

2000 Viva Mediva Mediva

2013 The Wool Merchant and the Harp Leah Stuttard

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Early harpers and enthusiasts for late 15th century secular music should buy this… Clifford Bartlett, Early Music Review

2013 Lucrezia la figlia del papa Borgia Ensemble Medusa Available online

…excellent interpretations on the harp… Michele Fizaine, Midi Libre The subtle complement of plucked strings…is enhanced by the buzzing of the bray pins…in superb instrumental interludes… Isabelle Ragnard, Diapason

Leah Stuttard discography