The Eos Duo consists of clarinettist Laurel Saunders and harpist Angharad Huw, whose unusual combination of instruments have intrigued and excited audiences across the country. They have performed recitals across the North West of England, and have captivated audiences at venues including Nottingham Theatre Royal, The Cavalry and Guards Club in London, and Boston Concert Club. With a passion for sharing music from underrepresented composers, Laurel and Angharad have premiered several new pieces for clarinet and harp, and have been consistently praised for their refreshing repertoire. The Eos Duo have also worked in settings including residential care homes and SEND schools, and have together run a series of folk music workshops at the RNCM.
Both graduates of the Royal Northern College of Music and former pupils of Eira Lynn Jones and Dr. Anne-Marie O'Farrell, harpists Jess Hughes and Angharad Huw form the Tegid Duo. Together they have held concerts in Greater Manchester and Cheshire, delighting audiences with harp duets ranging from familiar classical pieces to folk music. They often arrange songs for two harps and have previously wowed crowds at the Bridgewater Hall with their rendition of Adele's Easy on Me for two harps mere days after its release! As part of a larger ensemble, Jess and Angharad have performed at the World Harp Congress in Cardiff and the Salvi Showroom in London.