Sensory. Meditative. Fiery.

I want to help

My debut solo album is the essential next step in my career. It will allow me to share my music globally, receive industry reviews, while generating further opportunities. It will showcase my work as a harp soloist. Support me today for tomorrow's creative classical music.

anima is based on the themes of love, solitude and transformation. Several years in the making, my debut solo album is conceived like a musical embrace. It features some of my own transcriptions of beloved classics, from J.S. Bach to Philip Glass, some of them recorded for the first time on the harp.

I have the chance to record the album in Manchester's world-class Stoller Hall, sought after for its astonishing acoustic. While everything is in place to make it a success, I need your help to raise a minimum of £7200 to cover the costs incurred in bringing this project to life and to help me pay the brilliant team working with me.

  • Recording fees
  • Editing & Mastering
  • Accommodation & Transport
  • CDs Manufacturing
  • Mechanical licensing (copyright royalties)
  • PR & Marketing

Your exclusive rewards

Alongside the release of the album, you will see two multi sensory music videos on music by J.S. Bach and Erik Satie. Directed and filmed last year at the New Diorama Theatre Broadgate, with commissioned projected animations by visual artist Luxi Rong, they are part of my MUS!LUX vision merging classical music with visual arts and technology for immersive experiences.

A donation of £55+ gets you the exclusive online link to watch this innovative music video of Bach's nostalgic, meditative prelude in B minor, well before anyone else!

A donation of £250+ gets you the exclusive preview access to both Bach and Satie music videos, well before their official release. Your name will be written on the album, which I will send you signed - wherever you are based in the world - with a personal thank you letter.

Any amount truly helps. I can't wait to share my debut album anima with you.

I want to help

With the kind support from

The Nicholas Boas Charitable Trust