Harp – Salvi Aurora, ‘Promenaders – Charles Steer
Aisha is in the final year of her Undergraduate Bachelor of Music Degree at the Royal Academy of Music under the tuition of Karen Vaughan.
She won the Nansi Richards Scholarship in the Wales Harp Festival following up with a guest performance on the Llwyfan Encore at the Eisteddfod Genedlaethol where she annually competes attaining first place in Harp, Piano and Guitar.
Aisha was the recipient of the Peter Simon Award for Harp which led to her becoming a Philanthropy Ambassador of the Academy and following her completion of the LRAM Teaching Diploma earlier this year she has been approached to become a coach for the Harp Scheme at Thames Youth Orchestra starting Spring 2023.
Recent successes have come in the International Harp Competition, 2nd prize at the Infinity International Harp Competition, a diploma in the Glowing Harp International Competition and the Guinness Award from RAM.
Aisha has performed regularly in a variety of orchestras including National Youth Orchestra of Wales, Royal Academy Opera, Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra and many others and previously performed the Mozart Flute and Harp Concerto with the Rhondda Symphony Orchestra. She has worked with renowned international harpists attending masterclasses from Isabelle Perrin, Anneleen Lenaerts, Gwyneth Wentink and Anne Sophie Bertrand.
Upcoming events include performing the Debussy Danses Sacrée et Profane with the London Youth String Orchestra.
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