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Gabriella Jones

Gabriella Jones

“one of the most exciting young musicians to emerge on the concert scene in recent years”

The Guardian

"Your performance of Awuya was fantastic - I had never heard it played with so much intensity contrasting with great sensitivity. It was extremely moving."

Sally Beamish - Composer

Solo - String


  • Gabriella Jones - Harp


Amy Beach Dreaming from Four Sketches Opus 15

Sally Beamish 1998 Awuya

Benjamin Britten Suite for Harp Opus 83

Claude Debussy Images Oubliées: Lent Doux et Melacolique

Gabriel Faure Impromptu Opus 86

Marcel Grandjany Rhapsodie Pour La Harpe

Franz Liszt Liebesträume No.3 S.541

Caroline Lizotte 2008 La Madone Opus 43

Caroline Lizotte 2000 Suite Galactique

Camille Pepin 2018 Nighthawkes

Giacomo Puccini Fantasy on Themes from La Boheme

Henriette Renie Deuxième Ballade

Segei Rachmaninov Prelude No. 4 in D major Opus. 23

Jean-Phillipe Rameau Les Boreades

Alexander Thomas 2021 One, Five Seven

Marcel Tournier Pastels de Vieux Japon

Judith Weir 2016 Fragile


Gabriella Jones, an award-winning harpist has built a reputation as a concert harpist across the United Kingdom. Her performances in prestigious concert halls and venues captivate audiences with a diverse repertoire, showcasing the voice of the harp. Gabriella actively collaborates with prominent British composers, making valuable contributions to the vibrant and ever-evolving music scene.

As a Park Lane Group Young Artist 2018-20 Gabriella made her Wigmore Hall and Southbank Centre solo debut. From 2020 Gabriella will be a Selected Artist for Making Music UK. Winner of the City Livery Club Music Prize 2018, John Marson Harp Prize 2017/18 and Finalist at the Camac International Harp Competition 2019. Gabriella made her solo debut at St-Martin-in-the-Fields during her Master's degree and went on the perform critically acclaimed recitals including those at Winchester Cathedral and Westminster Abbey.

Gabriella is gaining recognition for her imaginative and innovative transcriptions of piano works. Through her creative interpretations of compositions by renowned composers, she adds diversity, colour, and meaning to her repertoire, extending beyond harp music. This allows her to offer captivating recital programs that showcase a wide range of musical styles and bring new dimensions to the audience's experience.

Gabriella has a passion for the role of the harp within the contemporary music space and the future of the instrument on the concert platform. These interests and support of new music have led her to work with internationally distinguished composers. Gabriella recently premiered an adaptation of Fragile by Master of the King’s Music Judith Weir CBE, at The National Musicians’ Church, London. In 2019 Deborah Pritchard was commissioned by the Park Lane Group and Ralph Vaughn Williams Trust to commission a work for the South Bank Centre SoundState Festival for Gabriella, which was performed in the presence of the late Sir Harrison Birtwistle.

Gabriella tries to combine music outreach with her recital appearances, aiming to engage communities that may not have experienced classical music. She values how her music education fuelled her passion and paved her career path. She is grateful for the support from Help Musicians UK, The Laura Ashley Foundation, The Leverhulme Trust, and Trinity College London, which made completing her studies possible.