Wedding harpist Armande doing her bit so ponies don’t go hungry with charity album in aid of Shetland Pony Welfare Trust


A wedding harpist is releasing an album in aid of a pony welfare charity.

Proceeds from Armande Fryatt’s new album, Reflections of the Harp, will go to the Shetland Pony Welfare Trust based in Landbeach.

The album has so far raised £585 from dedications for songs, which has paid for the trust’s winter feed.

Mrs Fryatt, who studied music at The University of Cambridge, has been awarded distinctions in the playing of the harp by The Royal Schools of Music.

She has also been voted Solo Musician of the Year at The Wedding Industry Experts Awards.

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Since playing her first wedding engagement at Jesus College, Cambridge, the special needs teacher has played to audiences in London, Essex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire. She has also played live on BBC Radio.

The album will be available from February. The official launch party with live harp music will be on March 21 at the Chequers Inn in Wrestlingworth. The CD costs £7.50.

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