In her other life, Kat has been making music since before she was tall enough to reach the piano keys. Now still not tall enough to reach the keys, she plays harp, clarinet, bass clarinet, spoons and more or less anything else she can get her hands on.

As a harpist, she trained with World Harp Festival winner Alison Nicholls. Kat is available for weddings, funerals, Bar Mitzvahs and corporate functions.  View a selection of her repertoire with audio clips. Email to enquire about weddings or functions.

Kat is often found playing with eclectic Steampunk/Bollywood outfit Sunday Driver and future pop/electronica act Talk In Colour (formerly The Shadow Orchestra), but freely admits to being a complete musical whore who will go with anyone – email to enquire about session work, including recordings or gigs.

She is also Director of Shipping and Biscuits at Bakul Bagan Records, and producer and co-presenter of the Shady Ladies music podcast, alongside Mary Erskine from Talk In Colour.

Kat Arney - Harp

Photo courtesy of Michael East

She’s played:

Kat doesn’t do orchestral stuff, because she got fed up of counting 187 bars of rest only to miss the cue for the big glissando.

Email me to enquire about session work and bookings:

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