Lilia Harpist – Solo Harpist In London

Lilia Harpist For Events


Lilia harpist is a solo harpist that is also available as a duo upon request.

Having debuted at the tender age of nine, she went on to graduated with the distinction from the Royal College of Music in London in 2015.

Since then Lilia has performed as a soloist and in ensemble groups in numerous concerts, at a vast range of concert halls: Kensington Palace, Wigmore Hall, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Barbican, Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, The Forge, The National Gallery, The Houses of Parliament, The Natural History Museum, Westroad Hall (Cambridge) and The Royal College of Music Concert Halls. She also has preformed in front of HRH Prince of Wales, HRH Prince Michael and HRH Prince William.

Lilia has won awards at a number of different International harp and music competitions: Scholarships from “New Names Foundation”, “The Young Talent” award from the Spivakov International Foundation, 1st prize at the International Harp Competition in Moscow, Young Talent award at the Moscow Music Festival, 4th prize at the International Cardiff Harp Competition, “Best student of the year” award in 2011 (among all music conservatoires in Russia), finalist of the Croydon Concerto competition followed by “Young Soloist” award and the Jellinek Prize, 1st prize at the Royal College of Music harp competitions in 2012 and 2014.

In 2012 she was also selected as a ‘Rising Star’ by The Royal College of Music.

Lilia can play solo or alongside a range of different instruments and is available to play a memorable performance for your wedding day or event.

She is happy to help pick the music and is able to play your chosen genre as well. Lilia can also arrange any music request you might have which will make your day extra special for you.

Love Dream

Spanish Dance


Jazz Repertoire
Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind (New York)
Adele – Someone Like you; Rolling in the deep
Beyonce – Halo; Irreplaceable
Bob Marley – One Love; Three little birds
Bruno Mars – Marry you; Just the way you are
Cole Porter – I get a kick out of you; Anything Goes
Christina Perry – A thousand years
Daft Punk – Get Lucky
Duke Ellington – Caravan; In sentimental Mood
Des’Ree – Kissing you
Eurythmics – Sweet Dreams
Ella Fitzgerald – Dream a little dream of me; My funny Valentine; Cry me a river
Florence and the Machine – Dog days are over
Frank Sinatra – My Way; Strangers in the night; That’s Life
George Gershwin – Summertime; The man I love; Prelude No 3
Etta James – At Last
Elvis Presley – Can’t help falling in love with you; Love is all around
Henry Mancini – Moon River
John Williams – Schindler’s List; Jurassic Park
John Legend – All of me
Leonard Cohen – Hallelujah
Lou Reed – Perfect Day
Les Miserables – I dreamed a dream
Lionel Richie – Endless Love
Luigi Einaudi – Le Onde; Night
Miles Davis – So What
Michael Buble – Everything
Metallica – Nothing Else Matters
Nat King Cole – L.O.V.E; Autumn Leaves
Nino Rota – The Godfather; Romeo and Juliette
Oasis- Wonderwall
Peter Gabriel – Book of Love
Pixies – Where is my mind
Paul Chertok – Jazz Suite
Paul Desmond – Take Five
Pharell Williams – Happy
Queen – Somebody to love; Bohemian Rapsody
Righteous Brother – Unchained Melody (Ghost)
Robin Williams – Angel
Simon and Garfunkel – Bridge over troubled water
Sting – Every breath you take; Fields of Gold
Steve Wonder – I just called to say I love you; Superstition
Siur Ros – Hoppipolla
Stanley Myers – Cavatina
The Beatles – Let it be; Yesterday
The Rolling Stones – Angie; Satisfaction
Tracy Chapman – The promise
The Verve – Bittersweet symphony
Whitney Houston – I will always love you
Yann Tiersen – Comptine D’ un Autre Ete; Les Jours Tristes
Yurima – River Flows in You

Bollywood Repertoire
Kehna Hi Kya
Tu Hi Re
Silsila Ye Chaahat
Tera Saath Hai Kitna Pyara
Aai Mai Upar
Baahon Ke Darmiyaan
Mausam Ke Sargam
Yeh Dil Sun Raha Hai
Chori Chori Chupke Chupke
Aagni Ja
Akele Hain
Chuppana Bhi
Jab Koi Bath
Kaise Ye Paheli
Pehala Nasha
Sach Kehraha Hai
Aye Dil Muskhkil
Ek Pyar Ka Nagma
Honton Se
Yaadon Ki Baarat
Zindagi Kaise Ye Pehali


“Thank you for your beautiful music Lilia, you are a very talented young musician!”
-HRH Prince Michael of Kent at the event in Lancaster House

“Dear Lilia, Thank you so much for your lovely playing at our reception on Tuesday. Our guests really enjoyed it, and the harp sounded so beautiful in the music room. I know Prince Michael really enjoyed meeting you too. Very best wishes”
-Debbie Butler Communications and Marketing Manager at Chartered Institute of Linguists (CIOL)

“Lilia is a very interesting person and excellent harpist and musician. I am very fond of her. I wish her all the best for the future.”
-Marisa Robles (World famous harpist)