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Welcome to The Lauren Scott Digital Download Studio


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Selection of music by Lauren & Andy Scott together with some publications from Astute Music Publishers. Click on a category to view the collection. 

LAUREN SCOTT fell in love with the harp aged four after seeing a historic lever harp in a museum in Australia. After two years of pestering her parents she began harp lessons aged six when her family moved back to England.
Lauren studied harp at Trinity College of Music and has a busy portfolio musical career.  As an established and in demand freelance player, she plays guest principal harp with many of the UK’s leading orchestras and chamber groups as well as pursuing her own projects. Her harp playing has led her to performing in venues across the UK from the Royal Albert Hall to West End shows to commercial recordings to live broadcasts on radio and TV.

Lauren Scott has recently embarked on a creative compositional journey having only started writing music in 2018. Since then she has published two volumes of music for lever harp, her music has received praise from harpists and harp societies worldwide and she has had four of her pieces set on the Trinity grade syllabus and Australian Music Examinations Board. In January 2020 she was a recipient of a PRS Foundation Women Make Music award to compose new harp ensemble music for her project, Harps Across the North. In March 2020 her debut solo CD, Beyond the Horizon which features eight of her compositions alongside works by Peter Maxwell Davies and John Cage was released on the Avie Records label. Her music has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3, Scala Radio and included on two BBC Introducing playlists. Lauren is grateful to have been a recipient of a 'Developing Your Creative Practice' award from Arts Council England and is spending 2021 undertaking a year long period of self study in composition, as well as being Composer in Residence with Harps North West writing them three new works for harp ensemble.

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