An intriguing and beguiling recital from this extremely gifted harpist.

From the first piece, de Cabezon's Pavane, to the last, La Source, every member of the audience was listening intently to the rich, unique sounds created by Elizabeth Jane Baldry.

Her playing of the harp itself was a visual spectacle which I had not expected to enjoy so much.

Although all the pieces Baldry performed were done so beautifully and elegantly, my own personal favourite was the premiere of Paul Lewis's Slavic Dances, which, despite its length, was an incredibly engaging piece showcasing the amazing versatility of the harp.

Finally, Baldry engaged directly with her audience, as her charming introductions to pieces further enriched an immensely enjoyable evening.