About Megan Morris Harpist
Megan has performed at functions, weddings and funerals across venues in South Wales as well as House of Lords, Westminster and Le Bibliotheque Solvay, Brussels. Megan's clients include Welsh Government, British and Irish Council, Cardiff City Football Club and BMW.
Welsh Harpist Megan Morris started playing the harp at the age of 8 and began performing to audiences when she was just 13 years old. She is a recipient of the Royal Welch Fusiliers Harp Prize and was previously named Vale Musician of the Year. Megan studied with Caryl Thomas at the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama and has performed in masterclasses with Catrin Finch, Isabelle Perrin, Alice Giles, Marisa Robles, Chantal Mathieu and Florence Sitruk. Most recently Megan played for HRH Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Pembrokeshire and for the US Ambassador to the UK during his visit to Cardiff. In April 2014 Megan premiered a new commission by Benjamin Vaughan to celebrate the newly appointed chancellor of the University of South Wales, the former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams. She also played for HRH Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall during their St. David's Day visit in 2013. Megan also enjoys ensemble and orchestral work and in 2014 she played as part of the chamber orchestra in Britten's War Requiem under the baton of Carlo Rizzi and with baritone Simon Keenlyside. In July 2013 she played as part of a wind ensemble, as well as a soloist in the prestigious Three Choirs Festival. Megan was honoured to play The Planets with the world renowned Cory Band in July 2014 as part of the Deal Festival of Music and the Arts. Megan has accompanied singers Mark Llewelyn Evans, John Owen Jones, Gwawr Edwards and most recently Trystan Llyr Griffiths at the House of Lords, Westminster.