Elinor is a multi-talented harpist who graduated from the Royal Northern College of Music with a Masters in Music (Distinction) in 2016 and a Bachelor of Music with first-class honours in 2014.
Whilst at the RNCM, Elinor was twice a finalist in the Gold Medal competition and won the prestigious RNCM Concerto Competition in 2016, which resulted in a performance of Debussy’s ‘Danses’ for harp and string orchestra.
Professionally, Elinor has performed in some of the country’s most notable concerts halls, including; Royal Albert Hall, Symphony Hall (Birmingham), Sage Gateshead, Royal Glasgow Concert Hall and the Bridgewater Hall. She regularly performs with ensembles such as the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Northern Ballet.
Elinor is passionate about performing music in outreach settings and works regularly for Yehudi Menuhin’s ground-breaking scheme ‘Live Music Now!’, which sends musicians to perform in schools, care homes, hospitals and day centres.