Welsh harpist Angharad Huw completed her undergraduate degree at the Royal Northern College of Music in 2023 with first class honours, and was awarded the Musicales Prize on graduation. She studied with Eira Lynn Jones and Dr Anne-Marie O'Farrell during her time at the RNCM.
She started to play the harp when she was nine years old under Ceinwen Roberts’s tuition. After gaining a distinction in her ABRSM Grade 8 exam at fifteen, she joined the junior department of the RNCM, where she was awarded the Rotary Prize for Performance and the John Ellis Memorial Prize during her two years of study.
Over the last few years, Angharad has performed in numerous concerts across North Wales, Cheshire, Merseyside, and Greater Manchester as a soloist, ensemble player, and orchestral musician. She has played solo recitals across the region from Beaumaris to Ilkley, and has graced the orchestral stage at the Bridgewater and Liverpool Philharmonic Halls, and alongside Opera North.
She was a prize-winner at the Urdd National Eisteddfod, the National Eisteddfod of Wales, and the Rotary Young Musician competition.