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Clyde Duo

Clyde Duo

The audience rightly loved it and thought that it was one of our best concerts ever. Your playing is quite breathtaking, not only in virtuosity but also in beauty.

Music in Rannoch

We were enchanted by the beautiful playing, and your whole presentation. We especially appreciated your solos. It is like a breath of fresh air to listen to live music again, ​but playing of that quality was a special treat. Thank you, and do come again to Rothesay! ​Bute Arts Society

Bute Arts Society

Duo - Instrumental


  • Aisling Agnew - Flute
  • Sharron Griffiths - Harp


Sample evening recitals:


The Musical Six Nations

Chevalier de Saint-George: Sonata for harp & flute obligato

Maxwell-Davies:Two dances from Caroline Mathilde

Faure: Morceau de Concours

Rossini: Andante con Varionizi

Rota:Sonata for Flute and Harp


Borne: Carmen Fantasie

Debussy: Syrinx

McGuire: Three Chineses Dances

Thomas: Watching the Wheat

Harty: In Ireland


Dances, Naiades and Narthex

J.S. Bach: Sonata in G minor

Jongen: Danse Lente

Andres: Narthex

Ravel: Pavane pour infante defunte

Damase: Variations early morning


Alwyn: Naiades

Ortiz: Milonga Para Amar

Piazolla: Histoire du Tango


Formed in 2010, the Clyde Duo consists of Flautist, Aisling Agnew and Harpist, Sharron Griffiths who met while working together at St Andrews University where they both are active teachers and performer’s, they discovered they share a compelling interest in the flute and harp repertoire and since then have performed together across the UK and internationally.

Aisling was born and raised in Belfast. She regularly performs worldwide and has been broadcast on BBC Radio, RTE Lyric FM and Classic FM. Aisling has given many high profile concerts including her Wigmore Hall début and performances at Belfast Festival, Celtic Connections and the National Flute Association's 40th International Convention in Las Vegas. In 2006 she released her acclaimed début album Recital and has gone on to record several solo and chamber CDs. As concerto soloist she has appeared with various orchestras including the Ulster Orchestra and Royal Scottish National Orchestra and she performs regularly in various ensembles; Hard Rain Soloist Ensemble, Irish Memory Orchestra and her long established flute and guitar duo with Matthew McAllister. Aisling teaches flute for St Andrews University, Glasgow University and the Ulster Orchestra's Crescendo Project. She conducts various ensembles including Flute Phonics in Glasgow and she has given many workshops including for BBC Ten Pieces in Northern Ireland and Classic Children’s Concerts in Scotland.

Sharron Griffiths started playing the harp at the age of ten in her native Wales, she has pursued a busy and varied career as a soloist, chamber and orchestral musician in recitals both on the concert platform, recording and TV and radio broadcasts. Sharron works regularly with the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Opera, Scottish Ensemble, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Trondheim Symphony Orchestra & the Royal Northern Sinfonia.

Sharron is a keen soloist and chamber musician, recently appeared as a soloist with the Royal Northern Sinfonia and is a member of the Bardic Trio (with Tenor, Jamie MacDougall & Guitarist, Matthew McAllister) and Flute Viola Harp (with flautist Ruth Morley and violist Scott Dickinson) performing in recitals including at the Edinburgh Festival, St Magnus Festival, Lammermuir Festival, and Celtic Connections. Sharron is teaches Harp at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland Junior Department , St Andrews University & is a regular tutor for the National Youth Orchestras