Stephanie Humphreys is currently studying music at the University of Edinburgh and has been playing the Clarsach since she was six years old. She has been attending the Harp Festival for many years, always enjoys the workshops and performances and has played with na Clarsairean as part of the Festival Orchestra. She enjoys playing a range of music, from the more traditional to the more contemporary. Stephanie also plays French horn and composes her own music.
Romy Wymer is a Glasgow-based harpist, originally from the Netherlands. She currently spends her time teaching, performing, and composing new music inspired by nature, artwork and the small things in life. She plays with harp trio The Willow Trio, who have recently released their debut EP Oystercatchers. She has been a semi-finalist in the BBC Young Traditional Musician of the Year; and was recently awarded second place and the Audience Award in the World Harp Competition.
Xiaotong (Phoenix) Zhang moved from China to Scotland three years ago and is currently a student at Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh. She was first introduced to the Clàrsach in 2019 and began her studies with Zuzanna Olbrys and is continuing with Isobel Mieras. Already an accomplished pianist, she has found that transferring her skills and musical knowledge to the Clàrsach has been very useful. She has performed in multiple online concerts, competitions, took part in the masterclass at EIHF 2021 and has won awards In the Royal National Mods in 2020 and 2021.
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