Bollywood Harpist Oceana

Bollywood Harpist Oceana for hire, perfect for Drinks Receptions and Canapes, Asian Weddings, Hotel Functions and Restaurants


Hire Bollywood Harpist Oceana for your Asian Wedding or Drinks Reception You can also hire Bollywood Harpist Oceana for Entrances, Walk ins, Restuarants, Hotels and Private Parties

Bollywood Harpist for hire – Oceana
After graduating with a Bachelor of Music Degree from Edinburgh University, in 2001 this Bollywood harpist achieved a Performers’ Diploma on the harp with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music. After this she studied for a Masters Degree at Bangor University, specialising jointly in the study of Music of the Celtic Countries and in Performance on the Harp.

She is now a harpist with many years’ experience, having played in numerous notable hotels and venues throughout North West England and North Wales, at weddings and other private functions. She offers a wide repertoire of music in different styles ranging from classical, to modern, to Bollywood and Asian, on both the full-sized concert harp and smaller Celtic harp, tailored to create the perfect ambience for the particular special occasion.

Price From £300.00 1hr, £400.00 2 hrs, £495.00 3 hrs
Area: North West England – Nationwide


Choosing the perfect music is a very important part of your wedding day. Of all the instruments, the harp really comes into its own in helping to achieve the right ambience, turning your special day into a graceful and emotional occasion that you and your guests will remember for ever.

Creating a relaxed, calm atmosphere when played before and during the Ceremony, the harp will lend an air of simple elegance, enhancing those special moments with its rich, romantic sound and dramatic visual impact.

After the Ceremony, its beautiful tones will permeate unobtrusively while guests mingle and chat during the Champagne Reception and/or Wedding Breakfast.

The following packages are available:
Ceremony (approx. 25-60 mins)
Drinks Reception (1 hour)
Wedding Breakfast (2 hours)
Ceremony and Drinks Reception (approx. 2 hours from start of Ceremony)
Drinks Reception and Wedding Breakfast (3 hours)
Ceremony and Wedding Breakfast (approx. 4-5 hours from start of Ceremony, with break during Drinks Reception)
Ceremony, Drinks Reception and Wedding Breakfast (4-5 hours from start of Ceremony)
The Wedding Ceremony

For a church service, or a civil marriage/partnership, music can be provided at the following points: prior to the Ceremony for the arrival of guests (about 10-15 minutes), for the entrance of the bride, the signing of the register and the exit of the couple. The choice of music is a personal one, though I have made some suggestions in my repertoire page.

The Drinks Reception

The harp can help provide a focal point and interest and a welcoming ambience during this rather busy point in the day’s proceedings, while guests are chatting and photographs are being taken. When the weather is warm it is possible to take my harp outside if that is where the guests are, provided there is a shady, warm and dry spot available, and that there is no threat of rain.

The Wedding Breakfast

I usually start playing during the ‘receiving line’, as guests are being individually greeted by the bride and groom before entering the room. I then continue playing throughout the meal until coffee is served, taking one short break halfway.

The Wedding Ceremony

Although the choice of music for the Wedding Ceremony is very much a matter of personal taste, certain pieces are often requested for the three key elements where music is required: the Processional (entrance of the bride), the Signing of the Register, and the Recessional (exit of the couple and guests). As a guide, some suggestions for these are given below.

Bollywood / Asian

Chukar Mere Manko
Chura Liya Hai
Hai Apna Dil To Awara
Jeena Yahan Marna Yahan
Kaho Na Pyar Hai
Kal Ho Naa Ho
Khabi Kushi Khabi Ghum
Khushiyan Aur Gum
Kuch Kuch Hotha Hai
Meri Mehbooba
Om Jai Jagdisha Hare
Pehla Nasha
Piyu Bole
Pyar Diwana Hota Hai
Tuje Dekha To Ye Jaana Sanam

Processional (entrance of the bride / couple)

Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Bridal March (Wagner)
Chaconne (Clarke) C
Flower Duet (Delibes)
Give Me Your Hand (Trad.) C
Llety’r Bugail (‘The Shepherd’s Abode’) (Trad.)

Signing of the register

Prelude in C (J. S. Bach)
Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Flower Duet (Delibes)
Ricordo Ancor (‘Pelagia’s Song’ from ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’) (Warbeck) C
Gymnopedie No. 1 (Satie)
Chaconne (Clarke) C
Ave Maria (Schubert)
Allegro (Handel)
And I Love Her (The Beatles) C

Recessional (exit of couple and guests)

Trumpet Voluntary (Clarke)
Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Chaconne (Clarke) C
Carolan’s Concerto (O’Carolan) C
Prelude in C (J S Bach)
Wedding March (Mendelssohn)

General Repertoire

This section contains suggestions for pieces that can be played at any point during the Ceremony, during the Drinks Reception and Wedding Breakfast, and also as background music for other functions. The titles are categorised according to musical style, and listed alphabetically.


Allegro (Handel) C
Au Bord du Ruisseau (Renie)
Ave Maria (Schubert)
Balcony Scene (from ‘Romeo and Juliet’) (Craig Armstrong) C
Canon in D (Pachelbel)
Cavatina (Myers)
Chaconne (Clarke) C
Chanson dans la Nuit (Salzedo)
Flower Duet (Delibes)
Gabriel’s Oboe (from ‘The Mission’) (Morricone) C
Gymnopedie No. 1 (Satie)
Largo from ‘Winter’, from ‘The Four Seasons’ (Vivaldi)
‘Morning’ from Peer Gynt (Grieg)
Nocturne (Glinka)
Passacaille (Handel)
Pavane (Fauré)
Pie Jesu (Lloyd Webber) C
Prelude in C (J S Bach)
Prelude No. 3 (Tournier)
Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini, 18th Variation (Rachmaninoff)
Ricordo Ancor (‘Pelagia’s Song’ from ‘Captain Corelli’s Mandolin’) (Warbeck)
‘The Godfather’ Love Theme (Nino Rota)
The Queen of Sheba (Handel)
Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partirò) (Sartori)
To a Wild Rose (MacDowell)

Popular / Easy Listening

A Whole New World (from Disney’s ‘Aladdin’) (Menken)
All I Ask of You (from ‘Phantom of the Opera’) (Lloyd Webber) C
All the Things You Are (Kern/Hammerstein)
Always (Jon Bon Jovi)
Amazed (Lonestar)
And I Love Her (The Beatles) C
Aniron (from ‘Lord of the Rings’) (Enya)
Annie’s Song (John Denver)
Beauty and the Beast (Menken)
Blue Moon (Rodgers/Hart)
Can’t Help Falling in Love (Elvis Presley)
Cavatina (Myers)
Crazy Little Thing Called Love (Queen)
Endless Love (Lionel Ritchie)
Evening Falls (Enya)
Fields of Gold (Sting)
Flightless Bird, American Mouth (from ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1’) (Samuel Beam)
From This Moment On (Shania Twain)
Have I Told You Lately That I Love You? (Van Morrison) C
Hedwig’s Theme (from ‘Harry Potter’) (Williams)
Hey Jude (The Beatles)
I Get a Kick Out of You (Porter)
In My Life (The Beatles)
Into the West (from ‘Lord of the Rings’) (Shore/Walsh)
Kissing You (from ‘Romeo and Juliet’) (Des’ree)
Love Me Tender (Elvis Presley)
May It Be (Enya)
Moon River (Mancini/Mercer)
My Heart Will Go On (from ‘Titanic’) (Horner) C
One Day Like This (Elbow)
Over the Rainbow (Arlen/Harburg)
Right Here Waiting (Richard Marx)
The Last Thing On My Mind (Tom Paxton)
The Wind Beneath My Wings (Henley/Silbar)
Think of Me (from ‘Phantom of the Opera’) (Lloyd Webber)
Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partirò) (Sartori)
To Make You Feel My Love (Dylan/ Adele cover)
Unchained Melody (North/Zaret) C
Waterfall (Stone Roses)
Watermark (Enya)
Wherever You Are: The Military Wives’ Prayer (Mealor)
Wonderful Tonight (Eric Clapton) C
You’ll Never Walk Alone (Rodgers/Hammerstein)
You’re Beautiful (James Blunt)
You’re Still the One (Shania Twain) C

Traditional Music of the British Isles

Andowin at da Bow (Trad.) C
Ar Lan y Môr (Trad.)
Berwyn (Delyth Evans) C
Bugeilio’r Gwenith Gwyn (Watching the Wheat) (Trad.)
Cariad Pur (True Love) (Delyth Evans) C
Carolan’s Concerto (O’Carolan) C
Carolan’s Welcome (O’Carolan) C
Cockles and Mussels (Trad.)
Cruit gun Cheis, Ceall gun Aba (A Harp without a Key) (Kennedy) C
Dafydd y Garreg Wen (David of the White Rock) (Trad.)
Danny Boy / The Derry Air (Trad.) C
Don Oiche Ud I mBheithil (The Night in Bethlehem) (Trad.) C
Down by the Salley Gardens (Trad.) C
Eleanor Plunkett (O’Carolan) C
Give Me Your Hand (Trad.) C
Greensleeves (Trad.) C
Lament for a Blind Harper (Stevenson) C
Last Rose of Summer (Trad.)
Llety’r Bugail (‘The Shepherd’s Abode’) (Trad.)
Llydaw (Brittany) (Trad.) C
Lord Galway’s Lamentation (O’Carolan) C
Merch Megan (Megan’s Daughter) (Trad.) C
My Lagan Love (Trad.)
My Love is like a Red, Red, Rose (Trad.) C
Och Nan Och, ‘smi fo leireadh (Trad.)
Scarborough Fair (Trad.) C
She Moved Through the Fair (Trad.)
Suo Gân (Trad.) C
The Ancient Sports of the Glen (Trad.) C
The Bard of Armagh (Trad.) C
The Fields of Athenry C
The Galway Piper (Trad.)
The Lark in the Clear Air (Trad.)
The Last Rose of Summer C
The Leaving of Liverpool (Trad.)
The Mermaid’s Song (Trad.) C
The Swan (McKay) C
The Walls of Liscarroll (Trad.) C
Walsh’s Hornpipe (Trad.) C
Y Deryn Pur (The Gentle Bird) (Trad.)


Chorsha ha Eucaliptus (Trad.) C
Dodi Li (‘I Am My Beloved’s’) (Trad.)
Mi Yitnami Of (Trad.) C
Sunrise, Sunset (from ‘Fiddler on the Roof’) (Bock/Harnick)

Prices From £350.00

We have a wide range of Bollywood Violinists and Cellists for hire.
Whatever your style of music, be it classical songs, romantic songs or Bollywood songs, our Bollywood Violinists can add a wonderful accompaniment to your special day. Beautifully played violin melodies will add a personal and very memorable touch to your wedding day.
For example: By creating an ideal atmosphere as guests arrive at your wedding reception. During the signing of the register and as photographs are taken. Accompanying the bride or couple as they walk into their wedding venue. By providing a pleasant ambiance during the drinks reception.

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