I really enjoy playing at weddings, I feel that good music really makes the ceremony special and memorable. I'm obviously biased, but I genuinely feel that a harp (being somewhat angelic!) creates a beautiful ambience which is perfect for a wedding ceremony.
I've played at many weddings, church weddings, civil ceremonies, humanist ceremonies, druid ceremonies and renewal of vows and for every wedding I work with the Bride and Groom to get the music that is perfect for them. I have a few samples of wedding music from my extensive repertoire below and other music samples on the audio samples page.
I also play during drinks receptions, dinners and corporate events.
I regularly play in Slane Castle, Darver Castle and Glenloe Abbey and my recent live work includes the Boyle Arts Festival, Feile Belfast, Flatlake Arts and Literary Festival, CQAF Belfast, The Harp Festival Termonfeckin and the Amnesty International Concert in Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin.
Please don't hesitate to contact me with any enquiries you may have.
I look forward to meeting you.
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Emer Kenny started playing Harp at the age of nine, studied composition and Concert Harp at the College of Music, Dublin and won an Alfred Byte scholarship to further her studies at Trinity College of Music, London.
Emer developed a unique style of music, calling on diverse musical influences and landed a record deal with a major U.S. label, Mercury, in 1997. Her first album, "Emer Kenny", which showcased her harp playing and vocal talents, was given a world-wide release by Polygram in 1997 to critical acclaim and sales reaching in excess of 50 thousands units.