My experience as a performing harpist ranges from concerts to background music, but one of my abiding pleasures is providing music for couples getting married. It's a privilege for me to participate in that life-altering, nerve-wracking, joyous thing we call a wedding, and I'll be pleased to do my part in making your ceremony meaningful and memorable. The harp is a versatile instrument, as capable of providing a stirring march for walking down the aisle as it is playing a gentle interlude during your ceremony. Thank you for considering my harp music for your wedding!

Click below to hear short samples of my harp music.

Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring

This flowing music by J.S. Bach can accompany a graceful walk down the aisle or simply set the mood as your guests gather before the ceremony.

Trumpet Voluntary

A grand march by Jeremiah Clarke that was used in the wedding of Lady Diana and Prince Charles.

Bride's March (the traditional processional)

There'll be no doubt that the bride has arrived when the harp strikes up this well-known processional by Wagner!

Wedding March (the traditional recessional)

Felix Mendelssohn composed this music for his ballet A Midsummer Night's Dream.


Penned by Chariots of Fire composer Vangelis, this moving piece can make a majestic processional or a special wedding harp music interlude.

Simple Gifts

Composer Aaron Copland used this traditional Shaker melody as a recurring theme in his ballet Appalachian Spring, but you might also know this tune as the hymn Lord of the Dance.

The High Mountains

A lilting Irish air that makes your walk up the aisle a lighthearted one!

Prelude in C

This J.S. Bach piece is beautiful as a harp solo, but can also be used as the accompaniment to a melody instrument or voice singing Gounod's Ave Maria.


This spirited dance tune by Carlos Salzedo makes a joyful statement before or after the ceremony.


A well-known theme from Mozart's opera Don Giovanni.


A festive dance tune by Wachs appropriate for everything from prelude to processional music.


Although this beautiful work of music by Johann Pachelbel was composed more than 300 years ago, the Canon achieved its greatest popularity in the 20th century through widespread exposure in film, television and advertising.

All in a Garden Green

Though perfect for a garden wedding, this lively Playford tune need not be restricted to outdoor affairs!