Originally from Devon, Harriet studied Orchestral Percussion at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama and graduated in 2014. She is now freelancing in Bristol and playing in a variety of ensembles and genres. Having played a number of festivals in the summer, 8 piece Ethiopian-jazz band “Tezeta” is in the process of recording their first album featuring Harriet on vibraphone and extra percussion. She’s also just completed a tour with “Heg and the Wolf Chorus”, a Bristol-based theatrical folk band supporting Moulettes and Nizlopi. Harriet also does extra work in a number of orchestras around Bristol and the surrounding area. Having just worked with New Music in the South West, contemporary music is a big part of Harriet’s growing career. Both composing and playing, Harriet will be performing a recently devised show called “Walk Ashore” with Thimble Theatre, originally funded by the Veronica Stewart Arts Trust. Harriet has a love of cross-disciplinary arts; working with dancers, artists, actors as well as other musicians to create new, exciting platforms for the growing percussion world.