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The London Duo

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About The London Duo

Sharing the music one gig at a time, meet The London Duo.
Flute and harp duo
London
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Meet the performers: The London Duo welcomes to you, former Principal Harpist of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, Iona Duncan. Living in London, Iona is currently studying a Performance Degree at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance under the training of renowned harpist Gabriella Dall'Olio. Aged 21, Iona has enjoyed a thriving early career. Learning with Keziah Thomas from the age of 5, Iona began to play with the Bromley Youth Symphony Orchestra. One of the highlights of this early career was touring the G.F. Handel Harp Concerto through Europe with the BYSO. Iona went on to win the BYSO Norman Trotman Prize before moving onto conservatoire studies. 🌸 Having studied at London's renowned BRIT School for Performing Arts, Iona enjoys a varied palette of musical styles. Iona has a passion for musical theatre as has played in two London West-End production runs of the LMTO's `A Christmas Carol` at the Lyceum and `Ragtime The Musical` at London's Bridewell. Iona also played during the 2019 season as resident harpist at the Royal Horseguards Hotel and regularly performs during afternoon tea at the London Sofitel Hotel. During Lockdown, Iona has created some fantastic remote works, recently played for the BBC Scottish players in their remote recording of 'The Swan'. Iona also enjoys playing and teaching the piano and getting active with running and cycling. Iona is very excited about the formation of The London Duo and for performance opportunities following the COVID-19 Pandemic. Bethany is a flautist and pianist based in South London. During her studies at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, she studied the flute with Margaret Campbell and the Piccolo with Christopher Green. . Before attending Trinity Laban, Bethany was a key member of the ensembles at Croydon Music and Arts, before moving her tuition to Junior Guildhall School of Music and Drama's Junior Department. Alongside this, she was Principal Flute of the Surrey County Youth Orchestra. . Thus far, Bethany has performed at many prestigious locations including Blackheath Halls, The Spitalfields Music Festival, Fairfield Halls, The Royal Albert Hall, Dorking Halls, New Victoria Theatre and The Chapel at the Old Royal Naval College. . She continues to play with a number of orchestras based in London including Kingston Chamber Orchestra, Wyatt Sinfonia and Kensington Chamber Orchestra. . You can find Bethany teaching the renowned Yamaha Music Course at Fairfield Halls alongside a busy freelance performing schedule 🎶 She is very much looking forward to The London Duo’s future performances!

Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Musical theatre, Opera, Contemporary classical, Classical crossover, Early music, Traditional Irish folk, Folk rock, Rockabilly, Country, Ceilidh, Folk, Bluegrass, Traditional English folk, Welsh folk, Traditional Scottish folk, Jazz, Cabaret, Gypsy jazz, Latin jazz, Swing, Ragtime, Modern jazz, Jazz fusion, Dixieland, Blues, Pop, Ambient pop, Covers, Soul, Vintage, R&B, Acoustic, Light music, Easy listening, Avant garde, Baroque, Film / TV music, Renaissance, Fanfare, Medieval music, Christmas
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Event types:
Wedding, Virtual event, Wedding proposal, Hotel / Restaurant event, Corporate event, Private event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Church service, Funeral / Memorial service, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Burns night, Cruise, Theatre / Show, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Song list

Anything and everything. We love challenges and classics.
Folk
• Allie Robertson – The Scottish Harp Anthology
• Allie Robertson – The Scottish Harp Anthology Elementary (several)
• Allie Robertson – The Scottish Harp Anthology Intermediate (several)
• D. Bouchaud – Panorama de la harpe celtique (various jigs)
• G. Romani – Irish Waltz selection
• Jim Johnstone – Original compositions
• Maeve Gilchris – The Seagull
• Meinir Heulyn – From the beginning
• Mildred Dilling – Old Tunes For New Harpists (several)
• Mozart Allan co. – 50 Beauties of Erin
• Patsy Seldon – Jamie’s Jig
• Roger Evans – Scottish and Irish Songs
• Ronald Stephenson – The Ash Grove, The Harp Of Gold (and others)
• Trad - As I went walking
• Trad – Cockles and Muscles
• Trad – Come back to erin
• Trad – Courtin’ In The Kitchen
• Trad – Hornpipe, O’Carolan’s Air, The Beardless Boy, Carolan’s Concerto,
• Trad – I’ll take you home again Kathleen
• Trad - LondonBerry Air
• Trad – Oran Arisaig
• Trad – Sally Gardens
• Trad – Skye Boat Song
• Trad – The Harp that once
• Trad – The Minstrel Boy
• Trad – The Rose of Tralee
• Trad – The Wild over
• Trad – Whiskey In The Jar
• Trad Saint Patrick was a gentleman
• Trad- The Wild Colonial Boy
Pop
• A. Menken – A Whole New World
• A. Menken – Beauty and The Beast
• A. Menken – Colours of the Wind
• A. Menken – I see The Light
• A. Menken – Part of Your World
• Adele – Someone Like You
• Alisha Keys – If I Ain’t Got You
• Andre Lloyd Webber – Don’t Cry for me Argentina (Evita)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – All I ask of You (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Angel of Music (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Memory (Cats)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Requiem
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Tell me on a Sunday
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- I Don’t Know How to Love Him (Jesus Christ Superstar)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Music of the Night (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Starlight Express
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Think of me (Phantom)
• B. Anderson – I have A Dream
• B.O.B – Airplanes
• Bart Howard – Fly Me To The Moon
• Bill Withers - Lean on me
• Bruno Mars – Billionaire
• Bruno Mars – Just The Way You Are
• C.M Schonberg - Les Misérables – On My Own
• Cavatina
• Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
• Coldplay – Clocks
• Cristina Perri – Jar of Hearts
• Deborah-Henson-Conant – New Blues
• Debussy - Clair De Lune (simplified)
• E. John – Circle of Life
• Eric Clapton - Wonderful Tonight
• Fiona Clifton - Walker – Harping On, Book 2
• Foo Fighters – Everlong
• Frank Sinatra – Fly me to the moon
• Henry Mancini – Pink Panther
• Iron and Wine – Flightless Bird
• J. Lennon and P. McCartney – Yellow Submarine
• Katy Perry – Firework
• Kristen Anderson Lopez – For the First Time in Forever
• Kristen Anderson Lopez – Let It Go
• L. Cohen – Hallelujah
• La La Land - Another Day In the Sun, Someone In The Crowd, Mia and Sebastian Theme, A Lovely Night, City Of Stars, Planetarium, Start A Fire, Engagement Party, Audition, Epilogue
• Lionel Richie – Endless Love
• M. Giacchino – Married Life
• M. Johnson – Little Hands get the Blues
• M. Wilder – Reflection
• Michel Legrand – Windmills of Your Mind
• Nina Woodford and James Morrison – Broken Strings
• Nirvana – Smells Like Teen Spirit
• Ortiz – The International Rhythmic Collection
• Owl City – Fireflies
• R. Newman – When She Loved Me
• R. Rodgers – Edelweiss
• R. Rodgers – The Sound of Music
• Radiohead – No Surprises
• Skaila Kanga (arr.) – Misty, Moon River, My Favourite things, Over the Rainbow (jazz favourites)
• Sleeping At last – Turning Page
• The Beatles – Blackbird
• The Beatles - Hey Jude
• Trad – Happy Birthday To You!
• Warner Bros – Great Standards for Harp
Vocals:
• 42ns Street – The Lullaby Of Broadway
• A. Menken – Part of Your World
• ABBA – Thank You For The Music
• Amy MacDonald – Mr Rock ‘n’ Roll
• Amy Winehouse – Valerie
• B. Charli – Hearts Content
• Bart Howard – Fly Me To The Moon
• Blondie – The Tide is High
• Bob Dylan – Blowin’ in the Wind
• Chitty Bang Bang – Truly Scrumptious
• Corine Bailey Rae – Put Your Records On
• D. Mclean - Starry Night
• E. Presley – Can’t help falling in love
• Ed Sheeran – Castle On A Hill
• Ed Sheeran – Supermarket Flowers
• Ed Sheeran – Thinking Out Loud
• Eva Cassidy – Over The Rainbow
• Gretchen Peters – When You are Old
• Gretchen Peters – When You Are Old
• J. Legend – All of Me
• L. Capaldi – Someone you loved
• Louis Armstrong - What A Wonderful World
• The Beatles – Let It Be
• Trad – Early One Morning
• Train – Hey Soul Siter
• V. Lynn – White Cliffs Of Dover
Festive
• Eddie Jabin – Then Christmas Carols
• EMI Music – The Best Christmas Songs
• Francis Day and Hunter LTD – Christmas Carols
• Jester Hairston – Mary’s Born Chid
• Johnny Marks -Rudolf
• Ken Philips – Carols In Chords
• Meinir Heulyn – Oh Come All Ye Faithful, Silent Night, Once In Royal David City, The Holly And The Ivy, Good King Wenceslas, Away In A Manger, Hark! The Herald Angels Sing, The First Noel, Oh Little Town Of Bethlehem, Greensleeves, We Wish You A Merry Christmas, Auld Lang Syne, Oh Holy Night, When A Child Is Born, Frosty The Snowman, Santa Claus Is Coming To Town, Mary’s Born Child, Jingle Bell, Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas, The Little Drummer Boy, Rudolf The Red Nosed Reindeer, Winter Wonderland, Walking In The air.
• Skaila Kanga (arr.) – Have yourself A Merry Little Christmas (Jaxx favourites)
• Timothy Roberts and Jan Betts – Sing Nowell (34 carols)
• Tony Robinson and Amanda Whiting – Twelve Jazzy Christmas Songs
Duo
• Acker Bilk – Stranger on the Shore
• Andy Scott – And Everything is Still
• Doppler and Zamara – Caslida Fantasie
• Franz Liszt - Liberstraum
• G. Lorenzi – Elegia
• G.F Handel – Concerto in B flat Major, added flute part by Paul Hurst
• H. Renie – Andante Religioso
• Huber - Fantasie
• Hugh Sung – Wait There
• Jules Massenett – Thais
• L. Spohr - Sonate
• L.M Tedeschi – Impromptu Dramatique
• M. Tournier – Prommenade a L’automne
• Meinir Heulyn – Serenades (x2)
• Mozart – Concerto for Flute and Harp
• P. JeanJean – Carnival Of Venice
• Paul Rede – Victorian Kitchen Garden Suite
• Rachmaninoff – Vocalise
• Ravel – Introduction and Allegro
• Saint Saens – Fantasie for Harp and Violin
• Stephen Dunstone – Reverie
• Stephen Dunstone – Harpo Three (several)
• Vittorio Monti – Czardas
Bridal:
• Linda Wood – Processional
• Edward Elgar – Chandon Du Matin (short)
• Elgar – Chanson De Martin
• R. Wagner – Wedding March
• J. Stanley – Trumpet Voluntary
• G. F Handel – Hornpipe(watermusic)
• H. Purcell – Trumpet Tune
• J. Pachelbel -Canon In D
• P. Mascagni – Intermezzo
• F. Mendelsohn – Wedding March
• L. Delibes – Flower Duet
• E. Grieg – Morning
• C. Saint – Saens – Finale
• G. Bizet – Duet
• Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
• J.S Bach – Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
• Trad – Highland Wedding
• M. Giacchino – Married Life
Shows
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – All I ask of You (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Angel of Music (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Don’t Cry for me Argentina (Evita)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Memory (Cats)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Requiem
• Andrew Lloyd Webber – Tell me on a Sunday
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- I Don’t Know How to Love Him (Jesus Christ Superstar)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Music of the Night (Phantom)
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Starlight Express
• Andrew Lloyd Webber- Think of me (Phantom)
• B. Anderson – I have A Dream
• C.M Schonberg -Les Misérables – On My Own
• OLIVER!
• R. Rodgers – Edelweiss
• R. Rodgers – The Sound of Music
• RAGTIME – Harp part
• Sun and Moon – Miss Saigon
Customer questions

What do your clients love most about your performances?

The enchanting sound of the combination of flute and harp. We have been praised previously for good communication with our clients and excellent service.

Which venues have you performed at in the past?

Trinity Laban Conservative Online mediums As individuals The Royal Albert Hall The Soutnbank Centre The Barbican The Birmingham Symphony Hall Internationally touring concertos and solos

Which artists have you been most influenced by?

Definitely Andrew Lloyd Webber as we love musicals!

What is the most high profile gig you've performed?

Performing for a degree exam at the King Charles Court in Greenwich. Soloistically, the BBC Proms ag the Royal Albert Hall

Do you have different line-up options?

No

What if my timings change after I've booked you?

We always try our best to be flexible to help ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. If timings change slightly in the run up to the event just let us know. We charge an extra £50 for every 30 minutes run over

Can you provide an iPod/DJ service before and between your sets?

Yes if an aux is provided.

How much time do you need to set up?

30 to 45 minutes.

Can you roam around while you perform?

No.

Can I pick the songs you play from the set list?

Yes absolutely, we charge £10 for each individual request of our set list.

Is all of the equipment (e.g. PA & lighting) included in your quote?

No, please enquire for anything extra.

Can you learn song requests before the event?

Yes absolutely. See above.

Prices

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Up to 1 hour£350
Up to 2 hours£600
Up to 3 hours£850
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Tracey G, 1 year ago

The girls played for my birthday party in January before pandemic hit! It was wonderful and really boosted the atmosphere with everyone dancing to the show tunes! Brilliant

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Tracey G, 1 year ago

The girls played for my birthday party in January before pandemic hit! It was wonderful and really boosted the atmosphere with everyone dancing to the show tunes! Brilliant

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