In February 2016 Olivia launched 15 Second Harp: a social media project to encourage people to write for her instrument by sending her 15 seconds of music to play. To date she has recorded and posted approximately 500 submissions online sent from all around the world.

In 2017 the project was shortlisted for a Royal Philharmonic Society Award. 

She continues to post submissions on Facebook and Instagram.

You can also watch all the 15 seconds here.




Started by Olivia in October 2016, Bach’n Eggs is London’s first Classical Brunch. Started with the aim of attracting Londoners who brunch to live classical music, audiences enjoy mimosas and avocado toast with a side of J.S.Bach.

Bach’n Eggs has been featured by The Nudge, TimeOut, Conde Nast Traveller and Vogue.

To find out more click here.




Olivia has recorded in studios such as Abbey Road and The Crypt studios. She is available for remote session work from her home studio (pictured).

 Her set-up consists of a pair of Josephson C42s, an Apogee Duet Interface and Logic Pro X.

She plays on a Lyon & Healy style 85 and a style 30 concert grand harp.

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In May 2018 Olivia launched Musicians’ Weekend - a podcast discussing life in the classical music world. Guests in the first series have included baritone Roderick Williams and director of Wigmore Hall, John Gilhooly. Co-hosted with trumpeter Imogen Hancock and cellist Davina Shum, you can listen to the podcast here. It is also available on the Apple podcast app and Spotify.